Our facilitators from the Atlanta Radio Theatre Company for this workshop include Retta Bodhaine and Chris Jones. You can learn more about the Atlanta Radio Theatre Company at artc.org/.
Retta Bodhaine is a fiction writer, the Public Relations Director and a board member of the Atlanta Radio Theatre Company, a photographer/ videographer and a freelance recording engineer and audio editor. Retta received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Cultural Anthropology with a minor in Speech Communication from the University of Georgia in 2008. Currently, Retta has and is developing a series of courses which will allow all the educational experiences of the Atlanta Radio Theatre Company to be easily absorbed by members of the local communities. She is also currently working on recording and editing Ellie Raine’s Necroseam Chronicles and is producing ARTC’s live Halloween 2019 performances at the Tucker Recreational Center.
Chris Jones has been teaching, directing, and acting in a wide variety of Theatrical venues from 1990 – to today; In such cities as Charleston SC, Highlands NC, Orlando FL, New Orleans LA; Vienna, Austria; and Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, before ending up here in Atlanta GA. He has a B.A. from the College of Charleston in Arts Management with a minor in History and Education and M.S. in Organizational Leadership (focused on Non-profit) from Mercer University. He was the Director of the Performing Arts Center of Indian River County, Fl where he taught Stagecraft and technical theater. For the last 3 years he has been Acting, Directing, Producing, and Writing for ARTC, while working to further their educational programs, local show offerings, and studio work.