Shawn K. Clement

Film composer Shawn K. Clement of Canyon Country, CA, released the new musical compilation album Audistry on the Clemistry Music label.

Jim Wallace

U.S. Marine Corps Chief Warrant Officer Steve Giove of Okinawa, Japan, led an all-star, 17-piece Marine Corps band in a performance at Berklee’s annual High School Jazz Festival in Boston on March 2. Among the military musicians was fellow alumnus Gunnery Sergeant Jim Wallace ’99.

Julie Kinscheck

Julie Kinscheck of Billerica, MA, and her group released the new CD Faith + Hope + Love in May.

Michéal Castaldo

Vocalist Michéal Castaldo of New York City is releasing the new album Bergamot, which blends American, folk, and Mediterranean influences. Visit www.michealcastaldo.com.

Gary Sproul

Gary Sproul of Oakland, CA, penned his first novel, The Length of the Leash, which was named a runner up in the 2013 Los Angeles Book Festival and received honorable mention in the New York, London, San Francisco, and Great Northwest book festivals.

Chris Kase

Trumpeter Chris Kase of Madrid, Spain, released his seventh album, My Private Circus, for which he played all the instruments. Visit www.chriskase.com.

Rebecca Day Babcock

Rebecca Day Babcock of Sterling City, TX, cowrote A Synthesis of Qualitative Studies of Writing Center Tutoring: 1983–2006 and Tell Me How It Reads: Tutoring Writing with Deaf and Hearing Students in the Writing Center. Visit www.rebeccababcock.com.

David Bondelevitch

David Bondelevitch of Denver, CO, won a Heartland Emmy for the PBS film Above the Ashes. As the film’s supervising sound editor and re-recording mixer, he was nominated for an Emmy Award and a Motion Picture Sound Editors Golden Reel Award. Visit www.abovetheashes.com

Peter Singer

Singer/songwriter Peter Singer of Plymouth, MA, released his solo debut album Don’t Look Now through Tate Music Group. It features 10 songs, influenced by classic pop music. Visit www.tatemusicgroup.com.

Write Scripts for Film, Theater, and TV: Spring 2014 Workshop

Faculty and Staff are invited to take “Scriptwriting for Theater, TV, and Film," LHUM-336: a Liberal Arts Elective.  Join a writers’ roundtable and collaborate on scripts for movies, plays, or TV, taking inspiration from Fargo to Breaking Bad.  In this workshop, we will sit around a “writers’ table” and, together, create stories, characters, and dialogue that grab the audience’s attention.  Students will have many creative options: drama, comedy, and cable pilots.

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