ARIK BEATTY (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Arik has a B.A. in Theatre Arts from Brown University where he spent time directing, producing, and acting in plays and short films. Directing credits include: Titus Andronicus (Four Frogs Productions), Romeo & Juliet, The Comedy of Errors, Macbeth, and The Last Five Years (Brown University). Arik has produced/directed multiple award-winning shorts films for the 48 Hour Film Project including VLOG, The Good Never Dice, Fuzzy Numbers, and Neighborhood Watch. More info, including links to production photos and video, can be found at www.arikbeatty.com
AMANDA GROSSI (email@example.com)
Born and bred in Rhode Island, Amanda has been thrilled to see the state transform and it’s artistic scene thrive. Amanda graduated in 2009 from The University of New Hampshire with a B.A in Theatre. As a college student she was involved with a social justice theatre group called WildActs and wrote her own play based on her grandmother’s experience with Alzheimer’s. Amanda’s acting credits include Four Frogs Productions’ Titus Andronicus and An Enemy of the People. Amanda is excited by all aspects of theatre and enjoys assisting with marketing and props in addition to acting.
STEVE MCLELLAN (firstname.lastname@example.org)
A New England native, Steve is a graduate of the Dean College Theatre Arts program. He has a strong passion for design and the preforming arts. Recent credits include: Light Board Operator and Electrician for Boeing-Boeing, Merchant of Venice, Clybourne Park, Itʼs A Wonderful Life (Trinity Rep), Lighting Design for Goblin Market, Titus Andronicus, An Enemy of the People (Four Frogs Productions), Master Electrician for Festen (Gamm Theatre), Technical Director for Beauty and the Beast, Wizard of Oz, Oliver! (Inly School), and Stage Manager and Production Crew for WaterFire Providence. Steve prides himself on his strong technical skills and knowhow, he loves to be challenged and to take part in the creative process.