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Amy Coben Gamburg and husband Donald welcomed daughter Madeline in November 2002. Amy attended the August 2003 wedding of Jennifer Newman to Adrian Shotton. Ben Newman and Jennifer Weider were also on hand to celebrate.
A civilian special agent for the Naval Criminal Investigative Service under the US Department of Defense, Greg Huska spent five months in Iraq, providing protective services to regional governors working under Ambassador Paul Bremmer.
After almost four years in San Diego, CA, Victoria Tisch moved back to NYC, where she is director of marketing for Holiday House, a small independent children’s book publisher. “It’s great to be back!” she says.
Shelley Barnett Treyz and husband Fred welcomed son Eric in February 2003. He joins brother Peter, 3.
Randall Grace married Hollis Hughes on April 24 in Houston, TX. Skidmore alumni in attendance included William Orthwein ’92, Tabitha LeClair Orthwein ’91, Jonathan Burkan ’93, and Stephen Hattwick ’93.
Gregg Stashenko graduated from Vanderbilt medical school in May and started a residency in internal medicine at Duke University in June. He now lives in North Carolina with wife Cindy and son Samuel, 2.
John Beckman is having a blast, developing an exhibit on the art and industry of moviemaking for the Museum of Science & Industry in Chicago. He spends about a quarter of his time in Los Angeles, visiting various studios, and is very excited to have had some once-in-a-lifetime experiences such as holding an Oscar fresh out of the mold and visiting George Lucas’s Skywalker Ranch.
This summer Kelly Van Zile ’96 and Holter Graham are performing in Neil LaBute’s trilogy, , at the Studio Theater at the Producer’s Club in Manhattan. The three pieces are all retellings of Greek tragedy. Kelly and Holter each perform half-hour monologues that bookend a two-person piece. Holter’s is a confession told by a traveling salesman in a hotel room somewhere; he has a secret within a secret, and his justification of his secret proves to be a memorable experience. Kelly’s has a single character with a tape recorder, telling the events that led her to the chair and ashtray that seem to be her last hope. is a production of the Joint Stock Theater Alliance, which Kelly cofounded.