Liam is originally from Bellingham, Washington, and has worked in theater management in Portland for more than 20 years. Most recently, he was the general manager for Portland Center Stage, having started as a production assistant, followed by stage manager, production stage manager, production manager, and director of production. He’s also served as production manager for Portland Playhouse, Sojourn Theatre, Hand2Mouth Theatre, and Risk/Reward. He has stage managed for Artists Repertory Theatre, Portland Playhouse, Hand2Mouth Theatre, CoHo Productions, Teatro Milago, Pixie Dust Productions, the Geva Theatre Center, PCPA, National Public Radio, and The Kitchen in New York City. Liam received his B.F.A. from Southern Oregon University, his M.Ed. from Portland State University, and he has taught theatrical management at Northwestern University, Georgetown University, Vanderbilt University, Whitman College, and PSU. He lives with his wife and cat in southeast Portland.
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