Patrick Caughill Obituary

Patrick Caughill Obituary, Buffalo NY, An ARTA Council Member Has Died – Death

Patrick Caughill Obituary, Death – The news of our beloved friend and fellow ARTA Council Member, Patrick Caughill, having passed away has left us in a state of shock and deep sorrow. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of his friends and family during this difficult time. The following is the biography that he provided in order to become a member of ARTA’s Member Council:
Patrick Caughill is a multi-talented artist who was born in Buffalo.

He is a writer, actor, comedian, director, and designer. His work, both on and off the stage, has been most prominently seen in theaters from Buffalo to New York City. His work has also been shown in other venues. Favorite parts have included Satan in “The Last Days of Judas Iscariot” and being a part of the great ensemble that was the first to bring Ibsen’s “The Emperor and Galilean” to the United States of America. In addition, Patrick has performed with the Built for Collapse Theater Company at both The Tank in New York City and Dixon Place.

Patrick attended Keuka College and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theater with a Holistic Approach. In addition to that, he is a graduate of the UCB’s Improvisational Comedy program and the Matthew Corozine Studio in New York City’s Meisner Technique program. Patrick adds to every initiative his enthusiasm for issues relating to the rights of workers, social justice, diversity, equality, and inclusion. He looks forward to the day when he will be given the chance to give back to the community that has contributed so significantly to the quality of his life.

Sincerely, Patrick I’d want to express my gratitude for the dedication you’ve shown to servicing our Theater Community. Your kind heart and wonderful talents will be sorely missed for all time. Sending you a lot of love and many blessings. I hope that your transition is one that is filled with love and peace.

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