Lawrence Graham, Principal Consultant, Graham, Swift & Company, LLC
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Mr. Lawrence L. Graham ASTC

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Principal Consultant

Local Address: Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Graham, Swift & Company, LLC

Employment History

  • Principal Consultant
    Lawrence L. Graham and Associates
  • Principal Consultant
    Lawrence L. Graham and Associates
  • Senior Consultant
    Cape Dixson Associates, Inc.
  • Associate Professor
    The University of Georgia
  • Instructor
    University of Tulsa
  • Lieutenant
    United States Air Force

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • Master of Arts , Theatre Arts
    University of Tulsa
  • Bachelor or Arts , Theatre Arts
    University of Tulsa
  • master's degree , theater arts
    University of Tulsa


  • Mr. Graham brings over half a century of theatrical design experience to his work as a theatre consultant. He has been elected to membership in the ASTC (American Society of Theatre Consultants).
    His practical theatrical experience includes a broad ...
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American Society of Theatre Consultants, 12 Feb 2013 [cached]
Lawrence L. Graham
Graham, Swift and Company, LLC 210 Interstate North Parkway, Suite 700 Atlanta, GA 30339 Phone: 404-889-8520 FAX: 770.989.7001
Main Stage, 11 Mar 2005 [cached]
By Lawrence L. Graham
Lawrence L. Graham, A.S.T.C., is a senior consultant at Atlanta-based CDAI (Cape Dixson Associates Incorporated), which provides consulting and design services in the performing arts.
Washington Little Theater Company - History, 28 May 2007 [cached]
Plans to remodel the old gym were drawn up by Mell Lunceford and refined by Lawrence Graham of The University of Georgia. Risers were built, the old stage was advanced and the back of the gym was made into two floors with a lobby below and a lights and sound area above.
Upton Racing, 1 Jan 2007 [cached]
Justin based his racing philosophy on that of Larry Graham, the 1951 Kentucky Regional Champion.
Every time Larry Graham took to the track in that fabulous 1938 Dodge stock car with the '36 Cadillac engine, it was really the kid behind the wheel, pushing hard into the corners and coming out into the straightaway with a full head of steam.
It was October 21, 1951, my father's 38th birthday, and Larry Graham did the honors in #22. See if you can figure this out: Justin's car number is 66, and he is a third generation stock car driver.
Although the season is behind us, we plan to send emails telling all of you about the sponsors who have supported us thereby making this championship possible, an outline of the details of the championship racecar, a description of the five year plan that we followed to win a championship, and the story of Larry Graham, the first Upton Racing champion.
As we have been reminded more than once by Larry Graham, Upton Racing's 1951 champion, stock car racing is about 50 percent luck.
Also, Larry Graham of Bowling Green, Kentucky has mentored Justin by email all season.
Larry Graham, Upton Racing's 1951 champion, recently said that racing was 50 percent luck. We think he's right, and the luck can be good or bad.
Larry Graham, the first Upton Racing champ in 1951, once said that racing is 50% luck. If he is correct, last night we experienced the DARK SIDE, finishing out of the top five for the first time in eight starts, and losing the points lead.
As Larry Graham said, "It's about 50% luck.
Latt hired a tall, lanky 22 year-old kid named Larry Graham as his driver. Graham proved to have the wherewithal to become, over a two-year racing career, one of the most dominant stock car drivers in western Kentucky and northern Tennessee before joining the U. S. Air Force as an officer in late 1952, while leading the points chase toward a championship. He won the 1951 Kentucky Regional Championship in my father's car, but never finished the championship run in 1952. He did, however, leave a racing philosophy and a legacy that Justin Upton Racing is trying to keep alive.
Graham, who is about 78 years old now, responds to all of our racing reports with emails that reveal additional details about his philosophy, all of which we retain and incorporate into our developing philosophy.
Oct 1, 2002 12:00 PM, Lawrence ... [cached]
Oct 1, 2002 12:00 PM, Lawrence Graham
Lawrence Graham, A.S.T.C., is a senior consultant at CDAI with more than 40 years experience in theater design, consulting, and project management. He has a master's degree in theater arts from the University of Tulsa. Graham is a member and past officer of the U.S. Institute for Theatre Technology.
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