Student Blogger Bios

Dalit Agronin

Dalit Agronin
Student Carpenter

Dalit is a sophomore double major in Dance and Psychology. She is originally from Dallas, TX. On campus, she is involved in Mint*, DanceMax Moving Company, and the MDA. Last year, Dalit performed in the Informal Dance Concert and Dance Emerge, and will be performing this year in the Fall Informal Dance Concert, Moving Stories, and Master Choreographers this year. Until Dalit started working in the scene shop the fall of her freshman year, she had no previous carpentry experience!

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Natalie Coy

Natalie Coy
Dancer, Moving Stories and Master Choreographers

Natalie is a sophomore Dance and Media & Communication major at Muhlenberg. Originally from East Conemaugh, Pennsylvania, she is also the Dance Marketing Associate for Muhlenberg Theatre & Dance. Last semester, she was in two pieces in Moving Stories. She is in rehearsals this semester for two Master Choreographers works, one of which she is any understudy for. Outside of dance, she loves to spend time writing and taking pictures.

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Mary Donofrio

Mary Elizabeth Donofrio
Dramaturg, Mad Forest

Mary Elizabeth Donofrio is a sophomore from Mullica Hill, NJ, majoring in Theatre with a Performance Studies concentration and minoring in Women and Gender Studies. This semester, she will be serving as dramaturg for Mad Forest, and is extremely excited to share her experiences! At Muhlenberg, she has assistant stage-managed, acted, had an original play read through the New Play Reading Series, written program notes for two Mainstages, and directed as a part of the Red Door Play Festival. Mary is an active member of the MTA, sings in Women’s Ensemble, is the Public Relations Chair for the College Choir, and a is proud sister and Historian of Phi Mu. Her secret? Caffeine and a good sense of humor.

See Mary's blog posts here!

Emily Hoolihan

Emily Hoolihan
Actor,The Learned Ladies

Emily is a freshman Theatre major, with a concentration in acting and a minor in Jewish Studies.  Her blog is about her journey and experience in the Mainstage production of The Learned Ladies, directed by Jim Peck. Most recently, she was seen in the Blackbox production of A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant, and A Prayer in Fall 2013.  Emily is a member of the MTA and the Muhlenberg Chaimonics, as well as a Muhlenberg Tour Guide and Campus Delegate.  

See Emily's blog posts here!

Jillian Mauro

Jillian Mauro
Study Abroad

Jillian is a junior double major in Theatre and Business. She is so excited to be spending her semester studying physical theatre in Arezzo, Italy! She is currently enjoying eating large amounts of pasta, pizza and gelato under the Tuscan sun! On campus, Jillian is a member of the MTA, MDA, Dana Scholars Program, a tour guide, an economics tutor, and a marketing intern in the Office of Theatre and Dance.

See Jillian's blog posts here!

Loren Sass

Loren Sass
Choreographer, Freshman First Pieces

Loren is a freshman Dance major at Muhlenberg, after taking a gap year of study in Israel. Last semester, she performed in her first Informal Dance Concert, as well as Candlelight Carols. This semester she is choreographing  for the first-ever Freshman First Pieces concert. On campus, Loren is involved in Hillel and will be participating in Relay for Life later this semester. She also enjoys photography, and just received her very own camera!

See Loren's blog posts here!

Lea Torelli

Lea Torelli
Aerialist, Muhlenberg Circus Workshop

Originally from Connecticut, Lea is a sophomore double major in Dance and Business. This semester, she will be involved in the first ever Muhlenberg Circus Workshop, as well as being a dancer in Dance Emerge and the Spring Informal Dance Concert. She will be choreographing her first piece on the Muhlenberg stage for the Informal Dance Concert. Lea’s blog will follow her journey into the mysterious world of the circus, taking a behind-the-scenes look at all the hard work that the creative team and performers alike put into the project. When Lea is not on stage or in the studio, she enjoys long walks on the beach and being sarcastic. 

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Fall 2012
Spring 2013

Fall 2013