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Susan Jackson

Susan Jackson became editor-in-chief of The Journal in October 2010.

Articles by Susan Jackson

Rondi Charleston, who studied drama and then voice at Juilliard, is now a jazz singer.
Metropolitan Opera star Risë Stevens, a Juilliard-trained mezzo-soprano, died on March 22, 2013, at 99.
Former Juilliard faculty member and Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Robert Eugene Ward died on April 3, 2013.
Austin McCormick is ready for the next chapter for his Baroque-based, modern-infused, burlesque-tinged, hurricane-damaged dance company’s home.
Journalist, music critic, and former Juilliard faculty member David P. Hamilton died February 19 at age 78.
Alumnus Stephen Belber’s "McReele"—to be performed by the fourth-year drama students—explores notions of credibility in politics.
James Anderson DePreist, Juilliard’s director emeritus of conducting and orchestral studies, died on February 8, 2013, in Scottsdale, Ariz.
David Lloyd, the director of the Juilliard American Opera Center from 1985 to 1988, died on February 8.
A $5 million gift will all but assure the future of the 22-year-old Music Advancement Program.
The fourth-year drama students perform Sarah Ruhl's comedy Clean House.