Originally from Tennessee, Thomas currently resides in New York City. He is a graduate of the Theatre Management MFA program at The University of Alabama/Alabama Shakespeare Festival.
Before moving to NYC he served as the Director of Graduate Studies in Theatre Management for The University of Alabama/Alabama Shakespeare Festival where he taught courses in development, marketing and public relations, business ethics and arts advocacy.
In addition he has produced shows for Poor Yorick Productions (Dammit, Shakespeare, 2008; Hell: Paradise Found, 2012), the New York International Fringe Festival (Underwear: A Space Musical, 2008) and served on the Event Committee for the Broadway Beauty Pageant benefiting the Ali Forney Center.
He is a freelance graphic designer and illustrator serving Off Broadway, regional and educational theatres. He is excited about his upcoming children’s book, Mabel Stanley and the Town That Was Build All Wrong.
In April 2012, The Clifton Monroe Chronicles, an “old time radio show” series performed on stage which he cowrote, premiered in New Orleans.
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