Susan Stroman, the renowned director and choreographer, is set to be inducted into the University of Delaware's English Department's Hall of Fame. The inaugural English Alumni Hall of Fame aims to celebrate the achievements of distinguished alumni and rising stars who have excelled in various fields after pursuing an English major.
Stroman, a five-time Tony Award winner, has made significant contributions to the world of theater and entertainment. Her exceptional talent and creativity have earned her widespread recognition and acclaim. With a career spanning several decades, Stroman has directed and choreographed numerous successful productions, leaving an indelible mark on the industry.
Joining Stroman in the Hall of Fame are other accomplished individuals who have made their mark in their respective fields. Drewry Fennell, a Delaware attorney, has achieved great success in the legal profession. Bryan Gordon, a talented TV/film director, writer, and producer, has made significant contributions to the entertainment industry. Randy Russell, the president and chief operating officer of Mobile X Global, has excelled in the business world.
The induction ceremony will take place on Thursday, November 2, 2023, from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm at Gore Hall, located at 114 The Green, near the intersection of South College Avenue and Amstel Avenue. This event serves as a testament to the university's commitment to nurturing talent and fostering success in various fields beyond the realm of English studies.