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Amelia Pedlow (Group 39) graduated from the Drama Division in 2010.
Articles by Amelia Pedlow
Shakespeare Under Modern Lights
The plays of William Shakespeare have been set in just about every time or place, from the circus to Nazi Germany to modern-day California to ...
Q&A With Anthony Mackie
Anthony Mackie opened in Martin McDonagh’s new Broadway play, "A Behanding in Spokane," on March 4, and three days later he was standing onstage at ...
Paulus Berensohn: Dancing With Clay
Paulus Berensohn began pestering his parents about dance lessons at the age of 4. “Boys don’t dance,” was his parents’ response, or, more specifically, “Boys ...
Drama Finds Inspiration In The Americans
The next three generations of fourth-year drama students (Groups 39, 40, and 41) will share in performing the saga of The Americans, a play directed ...
Drama Takes on George Bernard Shaw
George Bernard Shaw himself recognized that his play Arms and the Man “really would not stand … unless the company [performing it] was very fascinating.” ...
A Year of Living, Breathing, and Now Performing Shakespeare
The third-year acting class traditionally brings the Juilliard drama season to a close with performances of two plays by Shakespeare, following a year of complete ...
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