Rick McKay

Rick McKay


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Rick McKay (born August 30 1960) is an American film director, author, historian and lecturer and lives in New York City. McKay is the award-winning Producer/Director/Writer/Cinematographer of the hit film ???Broadway: The Golden Age, by the Legends Who Were There.??? For five seasons he was a segment producer on WNET13???s City Arts, the most honored, locally produced show in television history, which won over 30 Emmy awards. Rick also produced the first story commissioned for the critically successful national series Egg: The Arts Show, garnering another two Emmy nominations as well as helping to create the opening segment of two recent national Tony Awards broadcasts. Rick won three of the industry???s prestigious Telly awards for his television work, has produced episodes for the immensely successful series ???Biography??? on the Arts and Entertainment network, and has produced for HBO and United Artists. Rick is also the sole owner and proprietor of Second Act Productions, the production company that produced the feature film ???Broadway: The Golden Age, by the Legends Who Were There??? ???Broadway: The Golden Age??? has won over 15 film festival awards to date, is on 17