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Staff Bios

Jeff Rowlings (Producer) is also currently working for American Conservatory Theatre as Production Supervisor. Prior to Foghouse, Mr. Rowlings served as Producing Director for San Diego Repertory Theatre where he produced It Ain't Nothin' but the Blues, which ran on Broadway at the Lincoln Center and the Ambassador Theatre. He designed lights for SDR productions of Death of a Salesman, Culture Clash in Bordertown, Uncle Vanya and Radio Mambo. Jeff co-produced and designed lights for Bordertown with the Mark Taper Forum last summer and which was included in the LA Weekly's Top Ten Productions of 1999. Prior to SDR, he was Production Manager and Resident Designer for the Magic Theatre for a ten year span. Designs there included sets for The House of Yes, Moon for the Misbegotten and Why We Have a Body and sets and lights for Unquestioned Integrity: The Hill-Thomas Hearings and Park in our House. Jeff designed lights for Foghouse's productions O'Carolan's Farewell to Music and Culture Clash Anthology (at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts and Los Angeles Theatre Center). His passion for new work has premiered the writings of Claire Chafee, David Ives, Octavio Solis, D.W. Jacobs and Scott Feldsher, Julia Sweeney, Rick Najera, Nilo Cruz, Wendy MacLeod, Culture Clash, Amy Freed and many more. More about Jeff at his own website:

Brett Metzger (General Manager) is also currently the Program Administrator for the Friend Center for the Arts at the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco. He has previously worked as a fundraiser for Berkeley Repertory Theatre and was the GM for the San Diego Repertory Theatre. Mr. Metzger has an MFA in Arts Management from UCLA and is happy to be collaborating with Mr. Rowlings again after working together in San Diego.

Rich Baker (Associate Producer) is the president of Odaat Productions a San Francisco based for-profit theatrical production organization. Odaat has been producing theatre in San Francisco for the last seventeen years. There most notable production was Bar None -A Comedy/Murder Mystery which ran for four years. Odaat has also produced Mona Roger's in Person starring Helen Shumaker, Josh Kornbluth's Haiku Tunnel and The Mathematics of Change as well as QuizBang, Eisenhower Hour, Let's Play Two and Billy Bishop Goes to War among others. In the middle Nineteen Nineties Rich was also the managing/artist director of the Cable Car Theatre in San Francisco for four years. Currently Rich is working on four scripts of his own for future production. Rich is married to Cheryl Madsen a local actress and producer and they have three children Jake, Tom, and Ruby who really occupy most of their time and energy.

Rachel Lopez (Website) recently graduated from California College of the Arts (and Crafts) with a degree in Graphic Design. She is freelance print designer, and owner and principal designer for the handmade card company Handmade by Rachel.

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