George Morris Muschamp Edit Profile
Bachelor, Gettysburg College, 1966. Master of Arts, University Minnesota, 1969. Doctor of Philosophy, University Minnesota, 1974.
Diploma, University Caen, Normandy, France, 1968.
Bus manager, co-founder, Gettysburg (Pennsylvania) Theatre Festival, 1963-1964;
actor, Gettysburg (Pennsylvania) Theatre Festival, 1988, 89, 90-;
actor, stage manager, New York Shakespeare Festival, New York City, 1964-1966;
actor, stage manager, teacher, Tyrone Guthrie Theatre, Minneapolis, 1967-1969;
artistic director, Honolulu Theatre for Youth, 1970-1973;
communications director, actor, director, Children's Theatre Company & School, Minneapolis, 1973-1986;
communications director, International Travel Arrangers, Eagan, Minnesota, 1987-1988;
communications director, The Loring Playhouse, since 1991;
artistic director, Migizi Communications, Inc., Minneapolis, since 1986;
assistant professor, Minneapolis Community College, since 1988. Instructor University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 1967-1970. Writer, performer Garrison Keillor'sPrairie Home Companion National Public Radio, St. Paul, 1984-1986.
Co-founder Oakwood Prodns., Inc., since 1988. Production consultant ABC-television series Twin Peaksand Lynch-Frost Prodns., since 1989. President Tomahawk Prodns., Inc., since 1990;director, executive producer The Eagle Man, since 1990.
Guest lecturer, guest director various colleges, Pennsylvania, Minnesota and California, since 1987.
Vestryman, St. Paul's Church-on-the-Hill, St. Paul, 1984-1987. Co-chairman annual fundraiser, St. Paul. Academy and Summit School, 1989.
Member of the United States Institute Theatre Technology, International Federation Theatre Research, National Trust Historic Preservation, American Indian News Svc. Association, Dickens Fellowship, Actors' Equity Association, American Federation television and Radio Artists, University Club St. Paul, Norwegian Explorers.
Married Margaret Atwood, December 27, 1969. Children: John Whitney, Margaret Woodward.