CUPS 2019-2020 EXECUTIVE BOARD
We are beyond thrilled to announce our new Executive Board for the 2019-2020 season.
Brett Iarrobino is a junior at Clark, double majoring in Theatre Arts and English, with minors in Education and Screen Studies, and is currently serving as President of the Clark University Players Society. Brett first joined CUPS onstage as an actor in the 5th biennial Playfest before transitioning into the role of producer as an Adjunct on the Executive Board, then as Treasurer in the 2018-19 academic year. He has had a role in producing nine mainstage productions with CUPS and regularly performs with the Clark V&PA Dept. In his spare time, Brett is a budding playwright, having written two short plays for CUPS’ 24-Hour Playfest, and had the premiere of his two-act play Poor Connection in the 6th biennial Playfest.
Aisling Lynch is a junior at Clark, double majoring in Theatre Arts and Screen Studies, with a minor in Creative Writing, and currently serving as the Vice President of the Clark University Players Society. Aisling is originally from Phoenix, Arizona, and has performed in at least one play each semester, first appearing in Bert's Cardiac Arrest, which was produced in the Fall 2017's 5th biennial New Play Festival. She served as CUPS’ Publicity Chair for a year prior to becoming Vice President. When not onstage, Aisling can be found loving anything pink and sparkly. Aisling will be studying abroad for the remainder of the 2019-2020 season; we wish her the best of luck and look forward to her return to CUPS in the fall!
Dylan Parra is a sophomore at Clark majoring in Political Science, with minors in Theatre Arts and Economics, and is currently serving as the Clark University Players Society Secretary. Dylan began his time with CUPS serving as the House Manager for the Fall 2018 production of Antigone, then took to the stage as an actor in the spring production of Rumors by Neil Simon. Shortly after, Dylan was elected Secretary of CUPS for the 2019-2020 academic year. When he isn’t working with CUPS, Dylan enjoys playing and writing music and working on political campaigns.
Casey Bowers is a junior at Clark, majoring in English and minoring in Community Youth and Education Studies, and is currently the Treasurer of Clark University Players Society. She first joined CUPS during the second semester of her freshman year when she performed in Six Characters in Search of an Author by Luigi Pirandello, before becoming the Events Chair for the 2018-19 academic year. She has helped to produce two productions through CUPS while also performing in several of them, as well as 3 Clark Musical Theatre production. When not onstage, Casey is heavily involved in Ultimate Frisbee and serves on the Student Activities Board of Clark University.
Alex Sklarz is a sophomore at Clark majoring in Political Science and is currently serving as the Publicity Chair for the Clark University Players Society. He is super passionate about theater and has spent many years acting, singing, dancing, writing, and improvising for the stage. His experience with CUPS began last semester as an actor in the annual Play-in-a-Day festival, and later in the role of Ernie in Rumors. Alex is incredibly excited to work as part of the CUPS team and to explore ways that theater can be created both on and offstage.
Will McKeon is a sophomore at Clark University and is planning to double major in English and Community, Youth and Education Studies. He has been working with CUPS since the Fall of 2018 as an actor in Antigone and has also acted in the spring 2019 show Rumors. This is Will’s first semester with the CUPS Executive Board, currently serving as the club’s Events Chair. In his spare time, Will plays drums and has also taken up guitar and bass guitar. He has also started writing short stories and plans to write some short plays as well. Will is excited to work with CUPS and is eager to do his part for CUPS and the Clark community as a whole.