TheatreUSF Alumni Kristen Zur and Stacey Davila Make New Achievements in the Arts
Friday, September 7, 2018
TheatreUSF alumna Kristen Zur earned her master's in collaborative theatre making from Coventry University in England earlier this year.
The program, a collaboration with the renowned Frantic Assembly theatre company, provides students with advanced understanding and skills in performance, improvisational process, and composition.
Zur graduated from USF with a bachelor's degree in theatre with a concentration in performance in 2015.
TheatreUSF alumna Stacey Davila is now costume supervisor for Ballet Hispánico in New York City. Formerly an intern for the ballet, she accepted the position in spring 2018.
Davila's responsibilities include building costumes for new dance works, costume fittings, alterations, dyeing, and costume inventory. Davila works not only in New York, but on the road with the touring company.
Additionally, Davila works with the other departments of Ballet Hispánico, which include the second company BHdos, the Ballet Hispánico School of Dance, and the Community Arts Partnerships program.
Davila earned a bachelor's degree in theatre with a concentration in theatre design from USF in 2015.