A native of Newton, Kansas and proud graduate of Newton High School ('69),
Delaware resident Eddy Seger is a teacher, artist, director, singer, set designer
and writer.  He has appeared in local theater productions for years, most noteably
as Herr Drosselmeier in
The Nutcracker, Dr. Coppelius in Coppelia and Don
Quixote in the Possum Point Players production of
Man of La Mancha.  His most
recent role was as Prospero in the Caesar Rodney production of
The Tempest.  
His set designs have appeared throughout Delaware as well as Maryland,
Pennsylvania, New York, Ohio, Kansas and Washington state.  His paintings can
be found in corporate and private collections and his graphic art has been
published and coined -- the U.S. Mint gives him credit for the design of the
Delaware Quarter.

     With hundreds of productions to his credit, Mr. Seger has directed nineteen
presentations of Shakespeare -- including
Hamlet, King Lear, Othello and
Macbeth -- and has studied the Bard on fellowship at London's New Globe
Theatre.  He has canoed the Mississippi River solo from its headwaters in
Minnesota to New Orleans, twice.

     An Air Force veteran and graduate of the University of Kansas ('77) with
thirty years of teaching experience, he has taught at West, Fairview and South
Elementary Schools in Dover, the Modern Maturity Center and Delaware
Technical and Community College.  He recently retired as an art and drama
teacher, drama director and department chair at Caesar Rodney High School in
Camden.   He has been set designer for the University of Delaware's Opera
Theatre since 2008 and regularly designs for Clear Space Theatre Productions of
Rehoboth Beach.  He continues to teach and pursues art at his studio in Clayton.

     Eddy Seger shares a home in Dover with his wife, Sallie Hevalow Seger.  He
is the father of Christy and her husband, Sean, and is the grandfather of Meghan
Sarah and Morgan Emory.    
Eddy Seger
511 West Main Street
P.O. Box 346
Clayton, Delaware 19938
302-653-5621            eddy@eddyseger.net