Monthly Archives: December 2011

Nola Project Nola Project

Nola Project publicity still for (name of show/date). Pictured left: James Bartelle (Cons. ’06), Alex Wallance, Andrew Larimer, Kate Kuen (all NYU ’07), unknown New Orleans actress, unknown New Orleans actor

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Molly Schreiber

(NYU ’06) as Young Louisa May Alcott in PBS’s American Masters documentary on the writer.

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Natalie Wetta

(Evening Cons. ’08) recently became a member of The Next Level Imrpov Company and played leading roles in films The Ring and Whiskey as well as featured roles in ‘The Casualty’ and ‘Watching TV with the Red Chinese’.

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Ethan Cohn

Along with appearing in numerous television shows including ‘Heroes’ and ‘CSI: Miami’, Ethan has had recurring roles on ‘Huff’ and ‘Gilmore Girls’. His film credits include Terry Zwigoffs’ ‘Art School Confidential’, the Doug Liman produced ‘ CryWolf’, and M. Night

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Duane Allan

(Conservatory ’06): I spent three years learning and growing at the Adler Studio. As I… leave I am filled with more gratiture than I can say. Gratitude for the time spend in the safest and most supportive of environments. Gratitude

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Daniella Rabbani

(NYU ’06) starred in the Off-Broadway premier of Gimpel Tam, Jihad the Musical at Edinburgh Festival, Twelth Night and The Comedy of Errors with Vermont Shakespeare Company. Voiceover credits: The Jewish Museum (Chaggal exhibit), The Grand Palias in Paris, France(Richard

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Christina D’Alimnote

(Evening Cons. ’07) appeared in X Files: I want to belive, her first major motion film role. In 2008 she starred in The Photographer an independent film which debuted in the New York Film & Video Festival. Christina has recently

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Allen Holloway

(Evening Cons. ’08) recently worked on a Gatorade commerical and as Chico Brown in the feature flm ‘Notorius’ based on the life story of Hip-Hop artist Christopher Wallace (The Notorious B.I.G.)

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Alexandra Lydon

(NYU ’03): My Training at Stella Adler gave me a foundation on which to stand as an actor. It challenged me and helped me to grow as an artist and a person. Whether I am on stage, on a television

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