Meet the crew of Bad Ideas for Bad Television Shows- Becca Parker

Becca  Parker serves as Live Arts Artistic Director.  She is a substitute teacher with Gwinnett County Schools. She also teaches Voice/Piano lessons with Sound of Music in Buford. Becca is a proud graduate of Shenandoah Conservatory with a degree in Music and Musical Theatre. Masters of Education from the University of Phoenix. In addition to Becca being in Theatre for a “long time” (lol). She’s worked all over the place in acting and tech capacities. Additionally, she performs with Zephyr Instrumental (keyboards/synth).

Becca Parker is the Fight Choreographer for  Ideas for Bad Television Shows.  Let’s get to learn a little more about her.

Q: Is this your first show at Live Arts, and what other shows have you done with us?

A: I’ve worked on every Live Arts show!

Q: Name two FUNNY facts about you:

A: I say really funny stuff while I’m asleep.
I adore wind-up toys and musical figures (I am the proud owner of a singing/dancing chicken, and a singing/moving turkey).

Q: What makes Bad Ideas for Bad Television Shows different from other shows you have done?

A: Most of the fight choreography I have done in the past has been for a dramatic setting. This show is pure slapstick, which is so much fun!

Q: Bad Ideas for Bad Television Shows is best described as a zany satirical show. What is the zaniest performance you have ever done up to now?

A: Probably any performance with OTC Comedy Troupe. This show is almost pure improve, and I’m loving choreographing fights that are more slapstick than real.

Q: What is your favorite TV Show?

A: Don’t watch TV a whole lot, but I enjoy FoodNetwork when I do.


Bad Ideas for Bad Television shows is showing ONE WEEKEND ONLY at the Belfry Playhouse, The venue is located at 3324 Medlock Bridge Road in Norcross (Live Arts Theatre’s home location). The show runs Friday, October 6th at 8 pm. Saturday, October 7 at 8 pm, and Sunday, Oct 8 at 2:30.   Get your tickets now! The following weekend, Live Arts Theatre will be taking the production to the Community Theatre Festival in Carrollton on Oct. 14.