Director: Pat Shull
Horror Consultant: Jimmy Burdette
Jerry began working in professional theatre at the Barn Playhouse in Bolton Landing, New York as an “actor, technician, and parking lot attendant.” After acting for a couple of years, he decided the technical side of the business suited him best. (Or maybe some others helped him decide that.)
In addition to producing on Broadway the play “Zelda” by Sylvia Regan (and the musical), “Gatsby” by Hugh Wheeler and, off-Broadway, “Augusta” by Larry Ketron. Jerry worked as a professional stage manager, lighting director and Rigger for both professional and community theatres since then. In Florida he has been Stage Manager for more than 40 productions with The Naples Players, The Marco Players and Stage 88, a community theatre in Bonita Springs.
Besides his involvement in the technical side of the theatre, Jerry also directed for Ozark Stageworks, The Off-Centre Players in Fayetteville, Arkansas and The Marco Players in Marco Island, Florida. He is a playwright and a member of The Dramatist Guild. His first play, “Practice Makes Perfect”, premiered at the Norris Center in Naples. In addition to the theatre, Mr. Seiff has experience as a producer in the film industry.