Alumni

After Lewis & Clark

  • Emmy Newman ’15 is currently living and working as an actor in Los Angeles. She is represented by Eris Talent and has recently wrapped an independent film in New Orleans as well as a workshop for a feature inspired by Visions of Cawdor.
  • Nate Cohen ’13 finished his MFA in directing at Northwestern University, and is now a lecturer in Theatre Directing at the same University. He’s also working at various Chicago theatres, such as the Steppenwolf Theatre and others.
  • Kemi Coutinho ’12 earned an MFA in acting from San Francisco’s American Conservatory Theatre, following her lead performance in a major production at the National Theatre of Uganda.
  • Rachel Erickson ’11 recently completed her master of arts at the University of London. She volunteered for the 2012 Paralympics and has now launched Narus Productions, which focuses on marketing and production management for disability arts.
  • Usman Ally ’04 has starred in theatre premieres around the country, including an adaptation of Disney’s The Jungle Book, Disgraced, and The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity. Television credits include Damages, BOSS, and Madam Secretary. He is the recipient of an Obie Award—the off-Broadway equivalent of the Tony Awards— for his performance in the play The Invisible Hand by Ayad Akhtar. He was most recently seen as the Hook-Handed Man in the new and highly-anticipated Netflix program, Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events.