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Michael Krickmire

Adjunct Faculty, Stage Management Coordinator
(585) 395-5259
Office:  114 Tower Fine Arts


MFA, Illinois State University; MA, Western Illinois University; BA, SUNY Brockport


Michael C. Krickmire joined the faculty of the Department of Theatre and Music Studies of SUNY Brockport (SUNY) in 1990. At Brockport, where he has directed many productions for the department’s mainstage season, he teaches Acting, Improvisational Theatre, Stage Management, Directing and Theatre Arts. He holds BA, MA and MFA Degrees in Theatre/Directing. Locally Michael has directed for Roberts-Wesleyan U., Pittsford Musicals, Irondequoit Theatre Guild, JCC Center Stage, TYKEs Children’s Theatre, Blue-Gill Productions and Youtheatre of Nazareth College. Michael held the position of Producing/Artistic Director of Rochester Community Players (RCP) from 1987 to 1997 where he produced and/or directed over 50 productions. He is a past President, and past Executive Director of the Theatre Association of New York State (TANYS) and currently serves on the Boards of TYKEs, RCP and TANYS as well as the Education and “Stars of Tomorrow” Steering committees of the Rochester Broadway Theatre League (RBTL). In the area of Theatre Education, he is a recipient of the SUNY Chancellor’s Award in Teaching, the Mary Garner Award from RBTL, the Rod Marriot Award from the New York State Theatre Education Association, and the Mary Eva Duthie Award from the Theatre Association of New York State. Some of his favorite past directing assignments include: Last Laugh for the Samuel French Off-Broadway Play Festival in New York City, All My Sons for Geva Theatre Center’s Nextstage TheatreFest ’08, and award winning productions of Chicago, Gettysburg! and Jake’s Women for local Rochester theatres as well as The Importance of Being Earnest and Marat/Sade for SUNY Brockport. He most recently directed Deathtrap for the college and appeared on stage as Rooster in Pittsford Musicals’ production of Annie.

Last Updated 7/23/21