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Two from Theatre Conservatory receive top marks from Chicago Tribune

Posted: 07/28/2014

Two  graduates from the Theatre Conservatory in Roosevelt University's Chicago College of Performing Arts have been named to the Chicago Tribune's top 10 list of hot new faces on the Chicago theatre scene. 

They are:  Shane Kenyon (BFA,,'08), cited for his work as a chaotic young man in the play "If There Is I Haven't Found it Yet," and Cole Doman (BFA, '14) , who is being praised for being the youngest star in Stephen Sondheim’s “Assassins.”

"This great news is more recognition of the first-rate talent of our students and the outstanding education they are receiving at Roosevelt," said Sean Kelley, director of the Theatre Conservatory and associate dean of CCPA.

You can learn more about Kenyon and Doman, as well as others on the Tribune's top 10 'hot new faces' list, at:

http://my.chicagotribune.com/#section/-1/article/p2p-80873265/