Eric_NieceAdjunct Instructor of Theatre
Technical Director

M.A., Regent University (in progress)
B.S., Northwest Missouri State University

School: School of Humanities
Office: Alumni Music Center 200
Phone: 248.218.2231
Email: eniece@rc.edu

 

COURSES TAUGHT:

  • Intro to Technical Theatre
  • Theatre Appreciation
  • Production Practicum

 

AFFILIATIONS:

  • AEA – EMC (Actors Equity Association – Equity Membership Candidate)
  • EncoreMichigan Ecasting
  • The i Group Model and Talent Management

 

PROFESSIONAL AND ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE:

  • Adjunct Instructor of Theatre, Rochester College (2015-present)
  • Technical Director, Rochester College (2015-present)
  • Technical Director, UnCovered Theatre Company (2013-present)
  • Technical Director, The Rochester Shakespeare Festival (2013-present)
  • Professional actor (2007-present)
  • Carpenter, Meadow Brook Theatre (2014-2015
  • Assistant Technical Director, Oakland University (2010-2014)
  • Scenery and Props Intern, Meadow Brook Theatre (2009-2010)
  • Technical Director, Brownville Village Theatre (2009-2011)
  • Carpenter, Brownville Village Theatre (2007-2008)

 

PERSONAL:

Eric Niece was raised in the small town of Maysville, Missouri. After graduating from high school, he earned his bachelor’s degree in theatre performance from Northwest Missouri State University. Since graduating, Eric has worked as a professional actor in several theaters in Missouri, Nebraska, Minnesota, and finally Michigan. After moving to the Detroit area, he began working with Uncovered Theatre Company where he was asked to be the technical director. That work as TD led him to his job at RC.  Eric is now pursuing his master’s degree from Regent University. He currently lives in Warren, Michigan, and will be married to his lovely fiancée, Hannah, this December.

 

PERFORMANCES:

Plays Technical Directed at Rochester College:

  • A Tale of Two Cities by by Jill Santoriello (2016)
  • Outside Mullingar by John Patrick Shanley (2016)
  • Our Town by Thornton Wilder (2015)
  • Dancing at Lughnasa by Brian Friel (2015)