Staff Profile

Staff Profile: Julie Massey

Posted by: Neena Arndt at 06/06/2012 03:21 PM
Staff Profile: Julie Massey

It may take a village to raise a child, but it also takes a village to put on plays and keep an organization like the Goodman humming along. We’re creating a new series of blog posts to reveal the men and women behind the curtain; check back here for monthly interviews with Goodman staffers about their work, their passion for theater and their lives outside the Goodman.


Staff Profile: Dorlisa Martin

Posted by: Andrew Knight at 08/01/2012 05:00 PM
Staff Profile: Dorlisa Martin

This is the second installment in our staff profiles series, a collection of interviews with the people who work behind the scenes here at the Goodman. For this profile we were lucky to grab a moment with one of our busiest staff members, Director of Development Dorlisa Martin. The Goodman is a nonprofit organization, and we rely on independent and government grants, as well as corporate and individual sponsorships, to supplement our ticket sales to keep the theater thriving. That’s where Dorlisa and her team come in, advocating for the art and fostering relationships.


Staff Profile: Joseph Drummond

Posted by: Andrew Knight at 10/04/2012 03:43 PM
Staff Profile: Joseph Drummond

For the third installment of our staff profile series, we talked with Production Stage Manager Joe Drummond. Joe is currently stage managing our 2012/2013 Season opener, Sweet Bird of Youth, now playing in the Albert Theatre. He’s one of our staffers with the longest tenure at the Goodman—almost 40 years—and during that time he has been an indispensable member of over 125 creative teams. 


Staff Profile: Kelly Rickert

Posted by: Andrew Knight at 04/08/2013 11:23 AM
Staff Profile: Kelly Rickert

Our next staff profile is long overdue, and we were lucky enough to grab a few moments with Kelly Rickert, the Goodman’s creative director, to talk about his work in our design office. All of the Goodman’s marketing materials are created by Kelly and his colleagues—a job that requires the keen artistic talent to evoke the essence of a play through imagery.


Staff Profile: Kim Osgood

Posted by: Neena Arndt at 05/09/2013 04:27 PM
Staff Profile: Kim Osgood

We sat down with the stage manager for The Happiest Song Plays Last and over 20 year veteran of the Goodman, Kim Osgood, to learn more about what it is like to work behind the scenes in the theater.

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