THEATER ALUMNI

65% of Theater & Performance Studies alumni say that a particular experience or performance influenced their decision to major in the program, with over 80% of our graduates going on to pursue careers in the field, as performers, educators, activists and arts management professionals. 100% of TPST alumni say that a performance or production experience had “a great deal of impact” on their Georgetown experience.  

As we advance the next decade of the Davis Performing Arts Center, we invite Alumni of the Theater & Performance Studies Program and those for whom the Davis Center was central to their Georgetown lives, to connect, share memories, and  glimpses of your current work. Here you can learn what friends and classmates are doing in their professional lives and stay up to date on upcoming Davis alumni events and initiatives. Share with us news and updates from your professional lives! 

TPST Featured Alum: Kevyn Bowles (COL '09)

Prof. Natsu Onoda Power interviews alumnus Kevyn Bowles, founding principal of New Bridges Elementary - PS 532 in Brooklyn, NY.  Kevyn shares how studying theater propelled him into his career as an educator...

Alumni at Senior Celebrations

Take a look at notable alumni who have participated in TPST's Annual Senior Celebrations...

2015 Alumni Events

Friday, November 13, Saturday, November 14 & Sunday, November 15

TENTH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION OF THE DAVIS CENTER

Thank you for returning to the Hilltop—and the Davis—to celebrate this exhilarating decade of transformation for Georgetown—and us all! Alumni, faculty, students, staff and friends of the Davis gathered during the weekend of November 13-15 to reconnect and celebrate our shared legacy with meals, laughter, a performance (of Natsu’s latest multimedia adaptation War with the Newts!)—and a special Tenth Anniversary Signature Cabaret, (D)PAC to the Future: Alumni Cabaret & Tributes.

Check out and share the (D)PAC to the Future page on Facebook and post videos, photos, and comments of your favorite Davis memories.

 

Wednesday, April 8

SLOW FALLING BIRD ALUMNI NIGHT:  Hoya Happy Hour

7 p.m.

Davis Performing Arts Center, Main Lobby

Showtime at 8 p.m.

Special Alumni Ticket Price: $10
Alumni access code required for discount.

Reconnect with TPST! Join the TPST and Davis community including current faculty and Emeritus Faculty Ted Parker for a pre-show social.