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Nancy Carew Magnus
On September 30 Randy Miczek married Sarah Larson from Glens Falls, NY. The wedding party included Randy’s brother Matt ’94 as best man and Eric Sherman and Matt Lehr as groomsmen. Other Skidmore attendees were Randy’s mother, Anita Miczek, a longtime Skidmore employee, as well as William Beery ’98, Andrew Carmichael ’01, Dan Fariello ’98, John Miller, Ann Marie Przywara ’96, and Alex and Jess Parker Sherman ’97. Following the wedding, Randy and Sarah spent a two-week honeymoon touring Australia.
After five years, Allison Prouty has left V-Day to pursue producing full-time. She produced the play Throat by Mando Alvarado, which traveled to Washington, DC; McAllen, TX; and Minneapolis, MN. She is currently a member of the Women’s Project Producers Lab.
Luis Alicea sends best wishes to HEOP Classes of ’99 and ’00. He encourages anyone visiting NYC to drop him a line at email@example.com.
Tracy West Miller and husband Johnny welcomed their first child, Madelyn, in December.
Living in Brooklyn and working in his studio in Long Island City, Queens, Jono Pandolfi is doing well. He continues to work on his ceramics along with designing jewelry and working on other artistic endeavors. Starting in January, Jono’s ceramic dinnerware will be on the shelves at Crate and Barrel—it’s called Kona. It’s a full 12-piece stoneware serving line that he has been designing and perfecting over the last three years.
Christina Schell has been teaching art at an elementary school in Boston for the last five years. She is also pursuing a side career as a singer/songwriter. Last spring, she recorded her first album—a six-song EP titled Counting Cars. Check it out on her Web site: christinaschell.com.
I have been teaching art and taking a few interior design classes at the Corcoran School of Art. In October I ran the Marine Corps Marathon in Washington, DC, along with my husband, Roy Geiser ’98, and his brother Chris ’97. We all finished and are training for a half marathon this spring.