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Hear from the students
Jillian Courtney holds a BFA in Theatre Arts from Boston University and came to FSU from working in Arizona and NYC. Regional credits include Lala in The Last Night of Ballyhoo, Bonnie in The Last Schwartz and Katherine in The Taming of the Shrew. Jillian is honored to be performing as a member of such a talented and devoted group of artists. She is filled with love and gratitude for her classmates and instructors. She would like to thank her sponsors Jim and Carol Roque, Myrna and Jon Welch and Marylou and Ed Winnick, and of course her supportive and loving family, friends and community.
Michael Fisher is from Michigan. He received his BA in theatre from Wayne State University. He feels incredibly blessed to be a student here at the Asolo Conservatory. He would like to thank The Wechslers, the Kinerks, and the Samets for making it possible for him to attend the Conservatory.
Rob Glauz is a graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia with a BA in Theatre and Bachelor of Journalism. Past credits include Troilus and Cressida (Great River Shakespeare Festival); Romeo and Juliet, Three Sisters and Macbeth (Greenhouse Theatre Project); The Glass Menagerie, Angels in America, and Proof (University of Missouri). Rob would like to thank his parents, the wonderful Asolo community, the incredible Charlie Huisking and the Huisking Foundation.
Scott Kuiper is honored to be returning to the Cook Stage, now as second year. Originally from Tempe, Arizona, he received his BFA in Acting at Azusa Pacific University, located in LA. Recent credits: The Cherry Orchard (Homeless Man/Postmaster), The Water Engine (Foley Artist), Good People (u/s), Both Your Houses (u/s), 7 Stories (Man), Much Ado About Nothing (Benedick). Love and thanks to the incomparable Sy and Shelly Goldblatt and his selfless mother and father.
Brett is honored to make his Asolo Repertory debut with the Conservatory this season. He recently starred in Leveling Up and The Tempest at the Hippodrome Theater. Other Theater credits include the Pittsburgh City Theater’s productions Mezzulah 1946 and The Muckle Man, The Illusion with the Chautauqua Theater Company. Brett would like to thank his family back home and his new one here: Diana and Howard Armbrust, Nancy Stevenson and Ron Banyay for their amazing support.
Brandon Maldonado is pretty pumped to be making his ASOLO debut on the Cook stage. He was last seen this summer in Ed Lange's "Sherlock's Secret Life" (Moriarty). He would like to thank his parents, teachers, classmates and his wonderful sponsors, the Morgans and the Bermans for all of their support.
Wyatt McNeil (Second Year) is from Salt Lake City, Utah and holds his BFA in acting from Westminster College. He was seen last year with the Asolo Rep as the Waiter (u/s performed) and Ambrose Kemper (u/s) in The Matchmaker, as well as Peebles (u/s) in Both Your Houses. He was also appeared as the Stationmaster and Homeless Man in The Cherry Orchard with last years Conservatory production. He would like to thank his wonderful and ever supportive family, his generous sponsors, his astounding professors, and his incredible classmates.
Danielle Renella hails from the tiny city of Gig Harbor, WA, and earned her Bachelor of Arts in Acting from The University of Portland. Recent stage credits include Ermengarde in The Matchmaker (u/s), Bus in Both Your Houses (u/s), and the Maid in Our Betters (u/s) all with the Asolo Rep. Many thanks go to Doug Bradbury and Pamela Kendall-Rijos for helping make her dream possible, her talented classmates and master teachers; and of course, her incredibly supportive family. She is deeply honored and grateful to be a proud member of the Asolo community.
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