Philip Dickerson

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Creator - Pathway Theatre Productions

Real Estate Agent


Theater , Alfred University

Master of Fine Arts - Acting , 


Member - Winding River Players Inc

Member - WRP Company

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Phil Dickerson
WRP Company Member Phil Dickerson Active Member PHILIP DICKERSON is a Senior at Alfred University majoring in Theater. Philip plans to attend graduate school with a focus in acting or directing. His acting roles include "Mame" (Beau), "Little Women" (Laurie), "Beauty and the Beast" (the Beast), "All Because of Agatha", "Cripple of Inishman" (Cripple Billy), "The Imaginary Invalid", "Once on this Island", "The Sound of Music" (Uncle Max), "Music Man"(Quartet) , Jesus Christ Superstar (Priest/Apostle/Ensemble) "The Runner Stumbles",SWAT productions including "A Bottle of Joy", and "Poultry and Motion". Philip was also awarded the 2005 WRP award for acting, and has also been nominated twice for the KCACTF Irene Ryan national acting competition. Philip is the creator of Pathway Theatre Productions where he directed "A Bench at the Edge" which he also acted in.

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Winding River Players News and Notes

The real estate agent (Phil Dickerson) had reluctantly admitted that the house has a resident spirit, Agatha (Karen Garmen) who returns once a year to plague the owners and scare them away.
The recipients for the 2004-2005 school year were seniors, Cinnamon Christian and Philip Dickerson of Towanda and Bryant Martin of Troy Area High School. Cinnamon and Philip tied for second place and Bryant was awarded first place.

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Phil Dickerson
Phil Dickerson Active Member PHILIP DICKERSON is a graduate at Alfred University where he majored in Theater. He is now attending The Catholic University of America and pursuing a Master of Fine Arts in Acting. Phil has been involved in several WRP productions such as: All Because of Agatha, Sound of Music, Music Man, Jesus Christ Superstar, Mixed Nuts as well as several WRP S.W.A.T productions. Phil was awarded the 2005 WRP scholarship awarded, and has been nominated 3 consecutive times for the Kennedy Center American Collegiate Theatre Festival's Irene Ryan National Acting competition. Phil would like to thank his family for this undying support and the dedicated WRP patrons for their support in local theatre.

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