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Mason Gross

May 8 2017

Mason Gross senior Theron Alexander wants to be a stage manager – the center of action, not attention.

Eathan Janney tuning a piano
Dec 22 2016

Eathan Janney also tunes pianos in Peru, while overseeing a global piano tuning business.

Zack Morrison
Oct 24 2016

Zack Morrison, working toward an MFA, interns in the writers’ room at NBC, and produces a YouTube variety show.

Oct 23 2016

Some of Rutgers most talented arts graduate students are opening their studios so the public can see their work in progress.

Jun 13 2016

Alumna Cristina Pato discusses her globetrotting life as a member of Yo-Yo Ma’s Silk Road Ensemble.In September, Pato will celebrate her 10th anniversary with the eclectic group of esteemed musicians from more than 20 countries.

Shabnam Abedi
Apr 7 2016

Shabnam Abedi’s Indian classical music interprets melodies of 19th century Bengali composer for a 21st century audience.

Feb 25 2016

The Mason Gross alumna has set the scene for some of the most iconic images of the last quarter century – Caitlyn Jenner, Michelle Obama, ‘Brangelina’ and more.

Feb 12 2016

Annapurna Sriram’s commitment to her craft saw the budding actress through a slump and into the spotlight off-Broadway and on Showtime.

Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll on FX
Jul 6 2015

John Ales credits his Meisner Technique training at Rutgers’ Mason Gross School for his success as an actor.

Nov 14 2014

 The Mason Gross graduate composer forum allows graduate students to hear their works played by professional musicians. 

Leaving Circadia
Sep 5 2014

A debut feature film, "Leaving Circadia," produced by graduates of Rutgers Mason Gross School of the Arts is sweeping awards on the independent film circuit.

Clayton Mathews in The Rape of Lucretia
Apr 24 2014

A former baseball player turned Mason Gross opera student talks about his transition from the baseball diamond to the stage after an injury curtailed his dreams of turning pro.

Boyd Gaines with Pico Alexander and Aaron Ballard
Apr 17 2014

The production marks the first in a collaboration between New Brunswick's George Street Playhouse and Mason Gross School of the Arts.

Stephen Westfall
Mar 31 2014

Rutgers' Stephen Westfall and his two former students completed the 14-foot-high by more than 12-foot-wide painting over four grueling days.

Feb 18 2014

Watch as Opera at Rutgers prepared to perform Benjamin Britten's "The Rape of Lucretia" at Le Poisson Rouge in New York City.

Colin Britt
Sep 20 2013

A penchant for pop drew classically trained composer Colin Britt to cover Carly Rae Jepsen’s mega hit 'Call Me Maybe.' He had no idea his interpretation would become a viral video sensation.

Discover the thriving sculpture community at the Livingston Arts Building. Students say their work thrives in this unique artistic space, which includes a welding shop, wood shop, plaster room and gallery space.