Chad Rasor

Chad Rasor
Scene Shop Foreman
McGinnis Scene Shop
Mail Stop 553
East Carolina University




Chad Rasor has a BA in Theatre & Communications from Geneva College and an MFA in Acting from Regent University.  He considers himself a bit of a theatrical Jack of All Trades, having worked as an Actor, Director, Voiceover Artist, Fight Director, Scenic Designer, Technical Director, and Scenic Carpenter for both stage and screen.  Some of his more notable works include acting in the premiere of the musical The Disorientation of Butterflies at the New York Fringe Festival, Acting and Fight Directing a production of Macbeth for Director Christopher Owens (of Virginia Shakespeare Festival), and creating the scenic design for several Naval history/tribute shows that can be seen every summer in Virginia Beach, Virginia. He is a founding member of Drifting Theatre Company and taught at both Oakland University and Rochester University.  He’s most proud of his work mentoring students at Adams High School over 6 seasons of designing and building shows. He is excited to be a part in helping today’s students before tomorrow’s leaders, creators, and artists at ECU.