Catherine's grandson Maxx Parys, a competitive skier, is in Lausanne, Switzerland competing in the 2020 Winter Youth Olympics as part of the men's alpine and combined events.
Lena and Emerson both appeared in Two River Theater's Love in Hate Nation, which made the New York Times's reader picks list for the best theater of 2019.
Avery is currently a trainee with BalletMet in Columbus, Ohio, and recently danced in the company's 42nd Nutcracker.
Ted Gibson and Alexandra (Zan) Berube, now both in their senior year at the University of Michigan, performed for two weeks in concurrent productions at UM in October 2019.
Katie shared the sad news that her eldest brother Jonny and mother Eleanor Pope '46 both died in 2019.
Ian is part of the Blanche Quartet, recently named the 2019-2020 New England Conservatory Honors String Quartet. They are looking forward to many concert opportunities this year, in Boston as well as across the country.
A piece by the Neave Trio, which includes Anna Williams '04, was named one of the 25 best classical music tracks of 2019 by the New York Times.
Moscelyne and Sean, along with their Juilliard classmate Mio Ishikawa, have founded BodySonnet, a new dance collective.