Brett Rickaby is an actor, teacher, and writer. He has been in over two dozen films and over forty TV shows, including HBO’s True Blood, Seth MacFarlane’s A Million Ways to Die in West, Dexter, The Crazies and Return to the Batcave. His plays 70 Dollars to a Bus Ride Home and Asylum were produced at the Hudson Avenue Theatre and The Court Theatre in Los Angeles, respectively. He received an MFA in acting from NYU and worked in the theatre regionally and in New York. He has been teaching on-camera acting for ten years including workshops at the University of Minnesota; the University of California, Santa Barbara; and at other programs along the west coast. He is also the founder and principle teacher at Inside Job Acting Studio in Los Angeles.
37 Scenes: Two Women has been crafted specifically for the intimate form of storytelling on-camera. Its priority is to provide emotional arcs with rises and falls substantial enough to prep you for the rigors of this medium.