Linsey Retcofsky

Managing Director

Linsey received her B.A. in Drama from Lee University in Cleveland, TN where she studied playwriting and directing. In 2010, she moved back to Fort Worth to attend graduate school in the Drama program at Texas Woman’s University. In 2011, Linsey traveled with Texas Woman’s University to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe as the stage manager for The Panther’s Scream and other Texas Tales. Her master’s thesis The Impossible Dramaturgy of Genocide: Erik Ehn in Theory and Performance focused on playwright Erik Ehn’s cycle of genocide plays from the perspective of her work as stage manager for his play Diamond Dick: The Tulsa Race Riots of 1921.This project was produced by Project X: Theatre in Dallas and performed as part of Soulographie: our genocides, a festival of Ehn’s genocide plays produced at La Mama ETC in New York City in November 2012. Linsey is thrilled to be working with Amphibian Stage Productions where she is able to share her passion for theater with the Fort Worth community. Some of her favorite Amphibian productions include Animals Out of Paper, Wittenberg, The True History of the Tragic Life and Triumphant Death of Julia Pastrana, the Ugliest Woman in the World, and Fiction.