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Rick has worked as a professional stage manager on over one hundred AEA productions under the L.O.R.T., S.P.T., U/RTA, L.O.A and Casino contracts. He has premiered works by more than 40 playwrights including Jane Martin, Sam Shepard, Robert Schenkkan, Lee Blessing, Richard Dresser, Romulus Linney, Lucy Thurber, and Theresa Rebeck,. He spent six seasons at Actors Theatre of Louisville as a Production Stage Manager/Resident Director, five seasons as a Stage Manager with the Contemporary American Theater Festival and six seasons as Production Stage Manager with the Colonial Theatre/Westerly Shakespeare in the Park. He has taught stage management at Auburn University, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Xavier University of New Orleans. Rick holds an M.F.A. in Directing from Tulane University and served as Coordinator of the Stage Management Mentoring Project for the United States Institute for Theatre Technology from 2003-2006. Currently Rick is freelancing as an Event Manager primarily in Washington, D.C.
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