Todd Henry (Managing Director)
Todd is a graduate of the LSU Theatre Department and a rostered artist with the Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge. At LSU he studied under John Dennis, Walt Wilson (Shakespeare & Co), and Barry Kyle (RSC) and was seen on stage in productions includingInherit the Wind, Galileo, Summer and Smoke, Two Gents, Accidental Death of the Anarchist, The Rivals, and Merchant of Venice to name a few. After graduation he spent 7 years in Los Angeles where he worked with such theatre companies as The Evidence Room, Blank the Dog, and LA Connection Comedy Theatre and appeared in several commercial, music video, TV and film projects. Over the last 4 years he has been teaching throughout Baton Rouge and New Orleans and most recently served as the State Coordinator for the National Poetry Out Loud Initiative. Todd is excited to be back in Baton Rouge and to be a part of the ever expanding arts community.
Amanda Clark ( Administrative Assistant/Assistant Education Director)
Amanda holds a Bachelors of Arts from the University of Northern Colorado with a emphasis in acting. In her time at UNC she was nominated for the Irene Ryan Award, and received the Best Actress Award in 2009. She has worked professionally for Openstage Theatre in Fort Collins, Playmakers of Baton Rouge and Swine Palace. Past credits include Pippi Longstocking, A Freeman of Color, Merchant of Venice and Anton in Showbuisness. Throughout the last three years Amanda has been a part of various film projects in the Baton Rouge Area. Amanda has also been dancing for 20 years and has performed with Ballet Nouveau Colorado, and The Baton Rouge Ballet. Past credits include Firebird, The Nutcracker, and Paquita. Amanda has also choreographed and co-produced multiple dance concerts in the Northern Colorado area. Currently Amanda teaches for Jete Dance Company and Playmakers of Baton Rouge.