CFA Voices: Remarks from 2012 Grads

in CFA, Theatre, Visual Arts
May 31st, 2012

Commencement weekend is over, but several graduates of the College of Fine Arts Class of 2012 have left us with some closing remarks that are truly timeless. Congratulations, CFA Class of 2012!

Britian Seibert was selected to deliver her address about “The Inarticulate Heart” to the CFA Class of 2012 at commencement. Originally from Chicago, Britian Seibert is a 2012 graduate of the School of Theatre BFA Theatre Arts program. Favorite BU credits include: Dancing at Lughnasa (Kate), Lady Hamlet (Clara/Hamlet), Woyzeck (Marie) and the Boston Center for American Performance (BCAP) production of Monster (Elizabeth). She studied at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) for a semester where she was a part of The Man of Mode (Harriet) and Hamlet (Ghost/Player King). This past spring, she played the role of Tekla in August Strindberg’s Creditors for her senior thesis.

K. Britian Siebert, BFA, Theatre Arts 2012, speaks for all the inarticulate hearts.

For Alyssa Clare Hoersten, BFA Graphic Design 2012, her education is just beginning.

John Zdrojeski, BFA Acting 2012 advises us not to be cynical.