KORY KIGHT-PAGALA

ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

Mr. Kight-Pagala stage managed with OKCTC on previous projects: our critically acclaimed production of Buried Child and the new play Salvage by Diane Glancy the featured production in last season’s Native American New Play Festival. Kory is no stranger to the OKC theatre scene having recently worked as Stage Manager for “Fresh Meet,” a production of a burgeoning group for new playwrights Next Stage in OKC. He also stage managed the hit local production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch. Other backstage credits include The Little Dog Laughed, Compleat Female Stage Beauty, and Bash: the Latter Day Plays (all with Carpenter Square Theatre), and he stage managed Mauritius, Sordid Lives, and the short-lived Souvenir (also with Carpenter Square). In 2009, he directed the OKC premier of Tracy Letts’ play Killer Joe.

DAVID BRICQUET

MANAGING DIRECTOR

Mr. Bricquet has walked the line between creative and business worlds his whole life. He has performed in productions with Seattle Rep, Zach Scott, Salvage Vanguard, Stage West, Casa Manana, Texas Shakespeare and our very own OKCTC as Slim, in the 2015 production, Of Mice and Men. Mr. Bricquet is best known as a Writer and Director and is currently working on Dinner With Joe, a dark comedy about Joseph Stalin and Joseph McCarthy stranded in the Swiss Alps. David grew up in Fort Worth, TX and received his B.F.A. in Acting and B.S. in Forensic Anthropology at Texas State University. Postgraduate he attended Circle in the Square Theatre School.  In a former life, David was a commodities trader with Umicore. Currently he manages both his own marketing and research firm and award winning photography studio.