Theater and Performing Arts

Jane Huckle Campbell (Βeta Rho-Washington State) 

Producing director of the Honolulu Theater for Youth, Hawai'i's only professional nonprofit theatre.


Katie Dean (Theta Nu-Appalachian State) 

Former manager of international development for the Country Music Association. Current Director of Sales for Mediabase, a division of Clear Channel Entertainment.


Rosemarie Dewitt (Theta Mu-Hofstra) 

Television and film actress. Made her television debut on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and went on the guest star in the TV shows Queens Supreme, Sex and the City, and Rescue Me. She also stars in the Fox television series Standoff and the movie Cinderella Man, which was written about her grandfather.


Ellen Dryden (Omicron-Missouri) 

Radio playwright and actress. Wrote, The Person Responsible (1974), and Visitors (1974). Acted in Emma, a 1972 TV mini-series and in The L-shaped Room (1962).


Cynthia Edwards (Εpsilon Βeta-Butler) 

Stage director for the New York City Opera.


Brooke Engen (Theta Mu-Hofstra) 

Actress. Played Doreen in the 2007 movie "Hairspray."


Tiffany Engen (Theta Mu-Hofstra) 

Actress. Played Noreen in the 2007 movie "Hairspray."


Martie Ramm Engle (Βeta Delta-UCLA) 
Dancer, singer, actress, choreographer, director. Performed on Broadway in Evita with Patti Lu Pone.  Member of the London or touring companies of A Chorus Line, Show Boat and Annie.  Starred regionally in Sweet Charity, I Love My Wife,  Murder by the Book, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and The Guys.  Award-winning director and choreographer.  Was part of Walt Disney Theatrical Productions, supervised Australian and Japanese productions of Beauty and the Beast.  Associate Professor, director/choreographer and Chair of the Theater Arts and Dance departments at Golden West College, Huntington Beach, California.


Holly Evans (Εpsilon Beta-Butler) 

Dancer, actress. Radio City Rockette. Founding member of Harrisburg Ballet. Lead the kickline at the Harrisburg capitol for National Dance Week.


Kimberly Fletcher (Epsilon Rho-UC/Davis) 

Regional Vice President and General Manager of KDAY (93.5 FM) in Los Angeles.


Marcia Baldwin Gray (Βeta-Northwestern) 

Professor Emeritus of voice at Eastman School of Music, Rochester, N.Y. Spent twelve seasons with the Metropolitan Opera.


lnga Swenson Harris (Βeta-Northwestern) 

Broadway and television actress. Stage credits: The First Gentleman (1959), Advise and Consent(1962), Miracle Worker (1962), earned Tony nominations as Best Actress in a Musical for 110 In The Shade (1964) and Baker Street (1965). Played Gretchen Kraus on ABC®'s Benson (1979-1986).


Margaret Pease Harper (Βeta Εpsilon-Arizona) 

Founder, public relations director of outdoor musical drama Texas (1961-85). Founding member, first president of the Lone Star Ballet. Vice President of the Texas Tourist Council. Inducted into the Texas Hall of Fame for Women, National Cowboy Hall of Fame and National Cowgirl Hall of Fame. Received Distinguished Service Award from the American Association of University Women, Texas Division. Author of Meet Some Musical Terms: A First Dictionary (1959).


Jeannette Butts Paulson Hereniko (Τau-Oregon) 

Director of the Asia-Pacific Media Center, Los Angeles (since 1996). Established the Network for the Promotion of Asian Cinema (NETPAC/USA) (1994). Founding director, Palm Springs International Film Festival (1990). Founder of the Hawaii International Film Festival (1980), serving as its director until 1996. Executive producer of feature-length film "Fire in the Womb" (2005). President of iFilm Connections: Asia & Pacific.  


Laura Leigh Hughes (Βeta Delta-UCLA) 

Actress. Founder and executive of The Unusual Suspects Theatre Company, helping at-risk teens create original theatre drawn from their lives. The company received the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention 2000 National Juvenile Justice Award for its work. Received the Agape Season of Non-Violence Hero of the Week Award (2000).


Pamela Klinger (Εpsilon Ιota-Duquesne) 

Singer, dancer, cast member in Broadway production and movie A Chorus Line.


Erin Lacey (Epsilon-Boston) 

Director of Development at First Light Films, a feature film company that worked with films such as Fargo and Notting Hill.


Erika Ledesma (Delta Kappa-CSU/Long Beach) 

Actress in E! Channel's The Spin Crowd.


Natalie Loftin (Delta Delta-Oklahoma City) 

Singer, actress. Won Clear Channel Radio and Sony's "Radio Star" Competition in 2004.


Maile Misajon (Βeta Delta-UCLA) Singer, actress. In female pop group Eden's Crush and on the television series Popstars. Has appeared in several commercials. Albums include Popstars, featuring the group's hit single "Get Over Yourself" (see Fall 2001 Quarterly).


Virginia Patton Moss (Βeta Pi-USC) 

Actress. Played Ruth Bailey in the 1946 film It's a Wonderful Life. Other films include Canyon Passage (1946) A Double Life (1947) The Burning Cross (1947) Black Eagle (1948) The Lucky Stiff (1949). Received Honorary Alumna Award from Ohio University.


Kat Parsons (Βeta-Northwestern) 

Chicago-based singer, songwriter. Made her recording debut with Framing Caroline (1999), released her album No Will Power in March 2005.


Elizabeth Nelson Reiter (Delta Delta-Oklahoma City) 

Director of dance at St. Gregory's University in Shawnee, Okla. Professional performance career includes being a principal dancer and rehearsal director for Gus Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago; principal dancer with alexander michaels/FUTURE MOVEMENT and numerous industrials in Chicago.


Hazel Raymundo Siegel (Βeta-Northwestern) 

Singer, actress, journalist. Played Kim in Chicago and Boston production of Miss Saigon. Performed first staged reading of Disney's Aida.


Randi Mayem Singer (Lambda-UC/Berkeley) 

Writer and producer. Wrote screenplay for Mrs. Doubtfire (1993) and Chasing Liberty (2004). Television credits: writer and producer of Hudson Street (1995) and creator and executive producer of Jack & Jill (1999-2000).


Jeri Ryan (Βeta-Northwestern) 

Actress. Television: Star Trek: Voyager, Boston Public, Melrose Place, Who's the Boss?, The Flash, Time Trax, Matlock and Dark Skies. Starred in several films including Men Cry Bullets, The Last Man, Wes Craven Presents: Dracula 2000, a cameo in Disney's The Kid, and Down with Love. Miss Illinois in 1989.


Mackenzie Thomas (Beta-Northwestern) 

Actress, singer and dancer. Played "Ali" in Mamma Mia!, Broadway and Broadway North American Tour. TV Credits: Top 24 semi-finalist on NBC's Fame. Top 25 semi-finalist on NBC's Grease:You're the One That I Want. Concert Work: Soloist, Disney on Classics Tour of Japan. Soloist, American Radio Choir.


Jennifer Kelly Tisdale (Epsilon Upsilon-CSU/Northridge)  

Actress. Movie credits include The Hillside Strangler (2004) and Dark Ride (2006). She had a role in the MTV series Undressed (1999). Guest star roles include Clubhouse (2004), Raising Dad (2001) and Boston Public (2000).


Mildred Dunnock Urmy (Ζeta-Goucher) 

Broadway actress. Received a Best Supporting Actress Oscar nomination for her role in Death of a Salesman (1951) and in Tennesse Williams' Baby Doll (1956). Originated the role of Big Mama in Tennessee Williams' Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1956).


Julie Vieillemaringe (Ζeta Gamma-Santa Clara) 

Production assistant for Walt Disney Feature Animation in Los Angeles. Screen credit on Disney'sTarzan.


Jane Weaver (Delta Epsilon-Iowa) 

General manager and chief executive officer of Texas Opera Theater, Houston, Texas.


Kimberly Williams-Paisley (Βeta-Northwestern) 

Actress, writer, director. Movies: Father of the Bride, Father of the Bride: Part 2, Indian Summer, How to Eat Fried Worms, Eden Court. Stage credits: Vagina Monologues, The Last Night at Ballyhoo, All in the Timing, Speed the Plow. Television credits: Jake's Women, Relativity, The 10th Kingdom, Lucky Seven, Identity Theft, The Christmas Shoes, Follow the Stars Home, According to Jim and Hallmark commercials. Wrote and directed two short films: Shade and Numero Dos.