The School of Drama's excellence in training is best embodied in the successes of our alumni. Our graduates have appeared in numerous Broadway, off-Broadway and regional theatre productions, in films, and in television series and shows. Fusing together their rigorous training, tireless dedication and passion for their craft, they go on to do great things. From New York to Hollywood to starting their own theatre companies, UNCSA alumni are making their mark in the modern world of acting and directing.
Alumnus Dane DeHaan shares how training in the School of Drama prepared him for a wide range of roles. See his latest work in Amazon Prime Video's ZeroZeroZero, now streaming.
From "The Best of Enemies" alongside Taraji P. Henson and Sam Rockwell to "Watchmen" on HBO, UNCSA Drama alumnus Nicholas Logan has stepped into a variety of roles in 2019.
Drama alumnus Logan Fahey ('08) advises not to be too tunnel visioned on a particular career path. Your journey will surely surprise you.
The Greensboro native has landed a new lead role in the Broadway revival of "West Side Story."
An alumnus of the Drama program, Brett Gelman credits much of his television success to the training he received at UNCSA.
From UNCSA stages to coding boot camps, Drama alumna Katharine Lucic uses the skills she learned in school to excel in her work with Flatiron School.
Broadway actor and educator Wesley Taylor has advice for Drama students: visit the Big Apple!
Drama alumna Anna Wood reflects on her formative UNCSA years. Catch her as Captain Maya Dobbins on CBS' "The Code."