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Finding Just the Right Fit

A passionate writer and storyteller, Samantha Sartori ’20 loved being part of the television production program in high school. She excelled at working on stories for the educational-access channel and filming clips for district broadcasting.

Writers Theatre: An Intimate, Collaborative Experience

by Samantha Sartori Growing up a “theatre kid,” I love getting a behind-the-scenes look at any artistic performance space. So when the MSLCE program and EPICS offered us a site visit to the Writers Theatre in Glencoe, I knew I had to jump on the opportunity. Writers Theatre was founded in 1992 with the core foundation that

Finding Big Creative Opportunities in Unlikely Places

Daniel Grambow ’18 first discovered music in elementary school as he learned to play trumpet, piano, guitar, and sing. After injuring his knee in high school, he was no longer able to play sports—and he rekindled his love for the creative arts. As he spent more time in music and theater, he quickly realized that

A Los Angeles Internship Experience That Started In Evanston

By Alessandra BrownThis summer I was lucky enough to have two wonderful internships at K&L Productions and Madison Wells Media Universe.K&L Productions is Kay Cannon (Pitch Perfect, Blockers) and Laverne McKinnon’s (Girl Boss) production company. I loved every moment of Professor McKinnon’s MSLCE class, The Power of Pitch and Persuasion, and knew that I had

Summer in the City: My Internship at The Madison Square Garden Company – Part 2

By ALYSSA HOLCOMB The second half of my summer internship utilized a particular skill to drive home everything I have learned so far, both at The Madison Square Garden Company (MSG) and in the MSLCE program: public speaking.Since my last article, I’ve done a lot of deck-building, speech crafting, and rehearsal-organizing. The majority of this was

MSLCE Student Gets Hands-On Experience At 2112 Chicago

By Matt MeadeAs the first half of the summer has flashed by in the blink of an eye, I find myself suddenly at the last portion of the MSLCE program with graduation right around the corner. Luckily, as part of MSLCE’s experiential learning requirement, I sought out and secured a position with 2112 Chicago, a