Patrick has worked professionally as 
a performer, director, and instructor 
in New York, Texas, New Mexico, 
Virginia, and Louisiana. He received 
his BA in Theatre Arts from St. 
Edwards University and his MFA in 
Acting and Directing from Texas 
Tech University. Currently, he is 
Extraordinary Faculty at Loyola 
University New Orleans. Patrick was 
chosen as one of only fourteen 
theatre professionals to participate 
in the prestigious The Actors Center 
Teacher Development Program in 
New York City. He has taught theatre at the University of Richmond and Texas Tech University. He was Head of the Department of Theatre at Holy Cross School and worked for the Jefferson Parish Gifted and Talented Theatre Program at East Jefferson High School. He was Executive Administrator of the Saenger Theatre and has taught at the Metropolitan Dance Theatre of  New Orleans.While in Austin, Texas he was vice-president of the Zilker Summer Musical, the only free outdoor theatre remaining in the country. He also toured with and was a founding member of the Second Youth Theatre Company and the Kinesis Dance Theatre Company. In New York he had a cabaret act called Chemistry and taught musical theatre and acting. A few of his favorite roles include: Blood Brothers (Narrator), Into the Woods (Baker), Cabaret (Emcee), Chicago (Amos), The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Neville Landless and Bazzard), West Side Story (Chino), Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde (Edward Clarke), A Girls Guide to Chaos (Jake), Reckless (Tom), Beauty and the Beast (Phillip), The Snow Queen (Kay), Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (Timothy Ellison), Wait Until Dark (Roat), George M! (Jerry Cohan), Leader of the Pack (Gus Sharkey), Grease (Sonny), Schoolhouse Rock Live! (Patrick), Plaza Suite (Director), Agnes of God (Director), Bang Bang You’re Dead (Director), A Girls Guide to Chaos (Director), The Laramie Project (Director), You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Director) Almost, Maine (Director) Godspell (Director), Blithe Spirit (Director) and Patient A (Director).

Patrick's primary responsibilities include teaching Acting I & II, Directing I & II, Musical Theatre Performance I & II, Fundamentals of Speech, Senior Thesis, History Thru the Lens of the Sitcom, and Publicity Coordinator for the Department of Theatre Arts & Dance at Loyola University New Orleans. He serves as the faculty advisor to the student groups Queer-Straight Student Alliance and the Musical Theatre Organization.
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