Class of 2012

In Memory of:

 

Madison “Addie” Hubert

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On March 23, 2013, our community lost one of our seven-year seniors who graduated in 2012. Madison Addie Hubert was 18 and studying Drama Therapy at Cornell College in Iowa when she was in a car crash. While at DSA, Addie participated in Korczak’s Children (Symonek), The Bourgeois Gentleman (Music Pupil), Love of a Pig (Chrissy), Thoroughly Modern Millie (Dorothy Parker), Hamlet (Player Queen/US Ghost), Too Much Light: At A Constant Pace, Melancholy Play (Director), Laughing Stock (Mary), and Panoply, or Things Which Actually Transpired (Ellie/Eulalie), Thespians, and traveled to Ethiopia to teach creative dramatics to orphans. As a way of honoring her presence in our lives, as a way to not forget her light and joy, as a way to continue sharing her life calling we have established The Addie Hubert Spirit Award. We asked the class of 2012 about tributes of Addie that we should look for and we came up with the following- The recipient of this award exudes attributes of Addie Hubert’s spirit – they show great care for others and their community. They give back and fight for the underdog. They show resilience, and support their classmates unconditionally.

Addie Hubert Spirit Award winners:

2013  Adam Christman

2014   Alessandra Bongiardina

2015 Danielle Samler

2016 Sammie Piel

Addie’s advice from her senior bio:  “You are big and brave and strong and smart and sweet and cute.” Remembering those words will get you through even the worst days. Also, occasionally do things you are afraid to do, it may teach you something you never would have learned otherwise.”  “All you need is faith and trust and a little bit of pixie dust.” ~Peter Pan


Amanda Brockbank

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Stanford University


 

Kathleen Burke

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Kathleen Burke has spent her years since graduating enjoying theater classes, occasional auditions, learning sign language and preparing for her masters degree in Speech Language Pathology from Emerson College.  Kathleen has spent her summers since graduating DSA volunteering and working at Rocky Mountain Village (an Easter Seals camp for people of  all ages with disabilities.) She is currently working on a play in Boston called Writing Home; Stories without Roofs which goes up in December at the Boston Playwright’s Theater. The piece is written by homeless women in the Boston area and aims to communicate the realities of homelessness. Kathleen is in the final stages of publishing a Children’s book. Z is for Zip  stars a young girl who’s little brother has autism. In sharing what’s so lovable about him, children and adults alike can learn what autism is and how to support those who have it. Stay tuned!

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Samantha Davis

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University of Washington Seattle/BA/Theatre/Anthropology


Samantha Johnson

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University of Evansville, Theatre Performance Major, BFA in Acting


Dora Kaplan

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University of Southern California, majoring in Global Studies and Journalism and minoring in Theatre and Religion.


Julianna Pullis

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Chicago College of Performing Arts-Roosevelt University: BFA Acting


Zoe Rhulen

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New York University, Playwrighting


Stefan Richmond

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University of Northern Colorado, BA, Theatre Performance/Education minor


Katie Solko

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Emerson, BFA Musical Theatre


Samuel Van Wetter

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Dartmouth University, BA Liberal Arts


Te Yelland

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Cornish College of the Arts, BFA in Acting