Alumnus Dominic Bogart, recipient of the 2012 Julia Winter Cohen Career Excellence Award.

Alumnus Dominic Bogart, recipient of the 2012 Julia Winter Cohen Career Excellence Award.

CCM’s Department of Drama presents the 2012 Senior Showcase at 2 and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, March 28, in CCM’s Patricia Corbett Theater.

Graduating seniors in CCM’s drama program will present a variety of monologues and scenes to demonstrate the depth and breadth of their acting skills, honed during their undergraduate training at CCM. The performance is a local preview before the students travel to New York and Los Angeles, where they will present the showcase for agents and casting directors.

Following the 7 p.m. showcase, Drama Department Chair Richard E. Hess will host the 10th annual Dolly Awards ceremony—named for drama department supporter Dolly Cohen—which recognizes students for their outstanding achievements and performances throughout the year. Awards are given for Excellence in Performance and Excellence in Ensemble Performance for recent department productions, including: Our TownRed Light WinterCoram BoyIn the Next Room, The Vibrator Play and the 2012 TRANSMIGRATION Festival of Student Created New Works. The highlight of the evening will be the presentation of the Julia Winter Cohen Career Excellence Award to CCM alumnus Dominic Bogart (’00 BFA Drama).

You can learn more about CCM Drama’s 2012 Showcase at ccmdramashowcase.com.

About Dominic Bogart
A member of the CCM Drama class of 2000, Dominic Bogart’s recent film credits include lead roles in I am Not A Hipster (Official Sundance Selection, 2012), Extracted (Official South By Southwest Selection, 2012) and the upcoming features Hello Herman and At Arms Length. His other film credits include Apostle Peter and the Last SupperStaticHarvestTo BeautyThe DigGoneBy the Time the Sun is Hot, Day LaborRobbedThe King of Iron TownThe Making of a MistressCaptiveSummer NutsDeacon’s Monday (Student Academy Awards finalist and Angelus Award Winner), TGI Batman and Captive.

Bogart’s television credits include a recurring role on ABC’s FlashForward and an appearance on HBO’s The Chris Rock Show. His theatre credits include playing the roles of Norm Waxman in Jersey Boys (National Tour and Chicago Company), Mark Cohen in Rent (National Tour), Jim in Molly’s Dream (Soho Repertory Theatre), Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar (New Bedford Festival Theatre), Pan in Bat Boy (Portland Center Stage), James in Sacrificing Boundaries (Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati), Lucas Duval in The Dame of New Orleans (Egyptian Arena Theatre/Hollywood), Rick in Bat Boy (Human Race Theatre Company) and Don in All But Forgotten (Soho Repertory Theatre).

At CCM, Bogart appeared in productions of As You Like ItThe Grapes of WrathLa BêteBlue WindowThe Caucasian Chalk Circle and The Cherry Orchard.

Event Times
Wednesday, March 28, 2 & 7 p.m.*
* The Dolly Awards presentation will immediately follow the 7 p.m. showcase.

Location
Patricia Corbett Theater, College-Conservatory of Music
University of Cincinnati

Tickets & Parking Information
Admission to the CCM Drama Senior Showcase and Dolly Awards is FREE; reservations are not required. Parking is available in the CCM Garage (at the base of Corry Boulevard off Jefferson Avenue) and additional garages throughout the University of Cincinnati campus. For parking rates and information, please visit uc.edu/parking. For more information, visit ccm.uc.edu or call the CCM Box Office at 513-556-4183.

CCM Season Presenting Sponsor: The Otto M. Budig Family Foundation

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