Celebrating 2022 Arts Graduates!

Coming back to the live arts has been a journey like no other! These CCBC students persevered through masking, testing, social distancing, and unexpected changes over the past two years to hone their skills and pursue their dreams. We are unspeakably proud of how they have bonded with each other and discovered their own strengths to achieve this recognition.

Congratulations! We are proud of every one of you!

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Stephanie O’Hare
Stephanie danced with the CCBC Dance Company for three years while at CCBC. Stephanie enjoyed no longer being contained to a box and moving across the floor by the time she graduated! She has also enjoyed working with the various guest artists and learning their works, getting to know their style and being able to perform live! Stephanie is graduating Fall semester with her AFA Degree in Dance and transferred to UMBC. Dancing at CCBC has helped prepare her for being part of a professional dance company in the future.


Marshall Logan Gibbs (AFA Fine & Performing Arts – Theatre) has been involved in A New Brain and Clean Slate at Catonsville, as well as the 2021 Spring Arts Festival. This winter and spring, CCBC workshopped his musical, He Has Risen, which received a public reading in April. He will be attending Stevenson University in the fall.

Shaterra Hatchett (AA Theatre/Performance) has starred in Detroit ’67, Clean Slate, and Joe Turner’s Come & Gone as well as worked on She Kills Monsters. She plans to pursue writing and directing.

Daquan Harrison (AA Theatre/Performance) plans to attend Towson University in the fall. He plans to be a voice actor and writer, with a special interest in animated features and action movies.

Michelle Harrison (AA Theatre/Performance) graduates after being involved in A New Brain and Our Lady of Kibeho (shut down by COVID) at Catonsville. She spent last summer studying dance in New York City, and plans to pursue a career in Musical Theatre. Look for her in some upcoming Disney programming!!

Marcus King (AA Theatre/Performance) has been in She Kills Monsters and Our Lady of Kibeho (shut down by COVID) at Catonsville. He is a working voice actor, with projects for video games and online shorts. He plans to audition for NYU and UMBC.

Stephanie O'Hare (AFA Dance) 📸 Amy Jones Photography
Marshall Logan Gibbs (AFA Fine & Performing Arts - Theatre)
Shaterra Hatchett (AA Theatre/Performance)
Shaterra Hatchett (AA Theatre/Performance)
Daquan Harrison (AA Theatre/Performance)
Daquan Harrison (AA Theatre/Performance)
Michelle Harrison (AA Theatre/Performance)
Michelle Harrison (AA Theatre/Performance)

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