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During his tenure at the Yale School of Drama, he appeared with Yale Repertory Theatre and at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center.
Born and raised in New York, Amanda Warren received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from New York University, Tisch School of the Arts, and her Master of Fine Arts from Yale School of Drama.
Nyong'o, a recent graduate from the Yale School of Drama, is the fourth Academy Award winning Lancome ambassadress.
Madeline Miller earned her BA and MA from Brown University in Latin and Ancient Greek and studied at the Yale School of Drama, where she focused on adapting classical literature for a modern audience.
Richman, who has a degree in international studies but is also a masters graduate from the Yale School of Drama, knows how to turn eating into theatre.
The play, which was first staged at the Yale School of Drama in 1974, tells the unusual and absurd story of an estranged family aboard the ship in an off-the-wall interpretation of the notorious maritime disaster.
On completing her degree, Streep enrolled at the Yale School of Drama.
She graduated from the Yale School of Drama and has numerous New York and regional theater credits, including "Spamalot," "The Crucible," and "Art" on Broadway, "A Midsummer Night's Dream" at the Hartford Stage, and "On the Razzle" with the Williamstown Theatre Festival.