Students from the Department have gone on to study at leading graduate programs such as Bard College Conservatory of Music, Berklee College of Music, Brown, Cal Arts, Carnegie Mellon School of Drama, Columbia, Northwestern, NYU, Oxford, the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (London), Stanford, and USC.  

Recent Theater & Performance Studies Program alumni have established careers in the profession with Arena Stage, National New Play Network, Lincoln Center, the Kennedy Center, Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Center Stage, the O’Neill Theater Center, Teach for America, and Americans for the Arts. Pictured above, Theater & Performance Studies Program alumnus Michael Benz (COL ’04) has attained critical acclaim with the Shakespeare’s Globe of London as well as on the West End. Read more about Michael’s journey and how Georgetown influenced him here. Other notable Georgetown alumni in the field of theater and film include Bradley Cooper (COL ’97), Clayton Lord (CAS ’03), Jamie Gahlon (SFS ’07), Isaiah Wooden (COL ’04) and many others.

Music Program alumni have established careers as performers/songwriters and in the recording and entertainment industry including CBS, CMT, NBC, NPR, People Magazine, Rolling Stone Magazine, Sirius XM Radio, and the William Morris Agency. 

Check out  SIXBYEIGHT PRESS, a monthly online publication by some Georgetown University Theater & Performance Studies Program alumni that discusses & analyzes the latest in arts, culture, and politics through a unique editorial angle rooted in & influenced by theatrical perspectives.