Rich Stimac is an actor-writer-director-producer who graduated from Holy Name High School and Cleveland State University. He studied improvisational comedy at Player’s Workshop of the Second City in Chicago. Moving to Hollywood, he stayed active on stage and screen while working in the entertainment industry at ABC, NBC, Sony Video Institute, Drama-Logue Magazine, and Universal Studios. Relocating to New York, he wrote extensively for BackStage and served as a member of the Drama Desk while producing over 20 stage shows. Returning to Cleveland in 2013, he started a successful arts blog called LandOfCleve.net. Locally, he has appeared in CPT’s Pandemonium, “Joe Turner’s Come and Gone” at Karamu House, the Marilyn Bianchi’s Kids’ Playwriting Festival at Dobama, “Wiley and the Hairy Man” for BTOTS, “Hairspray” at Olmsted Performing Arts, and “Kringle’s Inventionasium” at Tower City. Rich also runs the Land of Cleve Theatre in Old Brooklyn — email firstname.lastname@example.org for details. This performance is dedicated to my Dad, who can’t bear to watch the Browns play anymore but still roots for them!