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Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Writing partners and married couple Jordan Horowitz and Julia Hart discussed their experiences in the entertainment industry for a Studio 22 Productions event.

Jordan Horowitz, Julia Hart talk work-life partnership, how to define success in entertainment

November 19, 2023

How does one make it big in La La Land? Married duo Jordan Horowitz (Communication ‘02) and Julia Hart know a thing or two about making waves in Los Angeles, having spent the past decade writing, directing...

Three people laughing. A woman wearing a black turtleneck shirt next to two men in suits.

Practical Theatre Company returns to Evanston full time with residency at Studio5

April 16, 2023

Northwestern alumni Paul Barrosse (Communication ’80) and Vic Zielinski (Weinberg ’78, Communication M.A. ’79, Pritzker ’83) craved a return to comedy after decades of working in Los Angeles. “We...

A woman with shoulder-length hair. Over her eyes is a red rectangle with white letters reading “fools who dream.”

“Fools Who Dream”: RTVF students plan film festival by artists, for artists

March 1, 2022

Content warning: This piece mentions gun violence. From a stop-motion animation about a clown to a story of a dancer experiencing chronic pain, campus film festival “Fools Who Dream” will showcase...

Zachary Noah Piser playing Evan Hansen in the Toronto production of “Dear Evan Hansen” where he is the alternate, being the first Asian-American actor to be cast as the role.

Northwestern graduate cast as first Asian-American Evan Hansen in “Dear Evan Hansen”

April 10, 2019

Six-time Tony- and Grammy-winning Broadway hit “Dear Evan Hansen” captured the hearts of viewers around the world. For Zachary Noah Piser (Communication ’15), joining the show was a dream. But to...

Gugu Mbatha-Raw in “Fast Color,” co-written by Northwestern alum Jordan Horowitz and his wife, Julia Hart. The film will make its Chicago debut this Friday at the Chicago Critics Film Festival.

NU alum Jordan Horowitz, his wife to showcase film on motherhood, superheroes at Chicago Critics Film Festival

May 2, 2018

When Jordan Horowitz (Communication ’02) and his wife, Julia Hart, had their first child, Horowitz recalled his wife saying she had never felt more powerful than when she became a mother. The thought...

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