FSU/Asolo Conservatory alumni and friends were honored at a weekend-long reunion April 17 through April 19.
The conservatory celebrated nearly 60 alumni with events such as an alumni showcase, performances of “Murderers” and “Three Postcards” and a conservatory celebration and brunch.
The alumni Joined together for cocktails and a light dinner Saturday, April 18, at the University Club, allowing them to catch up with one another and strike multiple poses for class photographs.
The event, hosted by Richard McCauley and Fred Weling, celebrated the FSU/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training, which has been named one of the top-10 training programs in the country.
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