Regent University Communication & the Arts alumni and a guest
are invited to join current students for
An Evening with Sean Roche
Emmy-winning actor, writer, director, and producer
Thursday, February 7, 2013
Regent University, Communication & the Arts Building
Screening Room A
1000 Regent University Dr. • Virginia Beach, VA 23464
Adults only please. Seating is limited. RSVP above.
Sponsored by the School of Communication and the Arts.
Sean Roche, Emmy Award winning writer and producer, will be speaking at Regent University’s School of Communication & the Arts in Screening Room A on Feb. 7, 2013 at 6 p.m. He will be sharing his journey over the last 35 years as an actor, writer, director and producer working on independent feature films, children’s animation, primetime sitcoms, one hour dramas, series pilots and movies of the week. The College of the Arts and Sciences and the Communication School partner with alumnus Paul Richardson, director of CBN’s Superbook, in hosting this exclusive engagement. The event is free to students, alumni, and special guests.
Roche's works include writing TV animations for most major studios, such as Warner Brothers, Universal Studios, Disney, Cartoon Network, DIC, Hanna Barbera, ABC, CBS and NBC. Roche’s credits span a wide spectrum of kids’ fare, from X-Men Evolution to Veggie Tales and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to the PBS preschool science show, Zula Patrol.
Over the years of his busy career, Mr. Roche has been honored with the New York Festivals World Medal for International TV Programming and seven Emmy Award nominations in both Daytime and Primetime Animation categories. In 1996 he won the Emmy for Outstanding Animated Series for his work as writer, story editor, and coordinating producer on 40 episodes of the acclaimed educational series WHERE ON EARTH IS CARMEN SAN DIEGO?