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Jim Wicker is pleased to make his Jobsite debut in Yellowman under the direction of his fave rave, Karla Hartley. Jim is a retired drama teacher making the transition into a profession that pays even less. Some favorite recent credits include Eurydice, A Body of Water, and I Hate Hamlet. He is involved in new play development with the Stagewrights playwriting group in Tampa and the WORDBridge playwrights lab at Towson University. He is also a founding member of the Studio @ 620 WMNF Radio Theatre Project. Jim divides his time between his cottage in Tampa and his log cabin in the North Carolina mountains. His life is good.