Theatre is for...
"and telling the stories of ALL people. Representation matters and theatre is the place to make it happen."
Richard Frazier, Artistic Director and Educator
More about Richard
Richard is thrilled and humbled to be the Artistic Director of Theatre Macon. He has choreographed, directed, and performed in several productions at Theatre Macon since 2011, including 42nd Street, Les Miserables, Avenue Q, Monty Python’s Spamalot, and The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Richard is a graduate of Columbus State University and holds a Bachelor of Science in Theatre Education. Upon graduation, he was hired at Northside High School in Warner Robins, Georgia, where he served as the Theatre and Dance teacher for 7 years. Currently, he serves on the Board of Directors for the Educational Theatre Association; a non-profit organization which celebrates, advocates, and promotes middle and high school theatre education nationwide. As a part of this organization, Richard also serves on the Georgia Thespians State Board which encourages and supports the manifestation of theatre education in Georgia. In his career, Richard has worked on more than 100 productions and is looking forward to working on the next 100 with Theatre Macon.
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