Class Notes - March 2019
Class of 1958
Clark Brown '58 has been in Quezon City, Philippines for over 30 years now and loves it! He wishes all well in the Class of 1958.
Class of 1986
Christopher Smith '86 shares that he has been working as an artist in West Rupert, Vermont. His work includes oil paintings, architectural models and illustrations. To see his collection, click here.
Class of 2003, 2007, 2008
The dynamic duo of Molly Barrett '08 and Dillon Geyselaers '07 are at it again with The Startup Culture at The Pit in New York City. It’s a musical comedy about a woman trying to make it in the startup work. The Startup Culture is a parody musical based on the music of The Pajama Game, set in a modern day startup office. Watch as Babe fights against the powers that be to help get her workers, the Blackbelts, the seltzer and a beer keg they deserve. And is there a romance afoot? You’ll have to come see to find out. To see dates and ticket availability, click here. Fellow alum, Pat Barrett '03 is the artist behind the show’s advertising.
Class of 2011
Kris McCormick '11, a composer, baritone and improviser, recently collaborated with Sarah Esocoff '11, an audio producer, writer and artist. Kris composed and produced the music while Sarah produced the podcast that is hosted by devout Catholic Maggi Van Dorn. Deliver Us explores the Catholic sex abuse crisis and asks the questions; how did this happen? What, if anything, can we do to help? Where do we go from here? Hear from experts, advocates and survivors to learn what the church can do to move forward. It is available on major podcast platforms now, including ITunes.
David Larson '61, of Honolulu, HI, December 2017
Ian Baren '81, of Katonah, NY, January 2019
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