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Casey Baker
Producer, Asst - Newsroom Events | Producer, The Sunday Papers with Rick Kogan
My Role

Coordinates production for Trib Nation events. Responsible for on-site management, technical elements, website maintenance.
My Biography

A proud native of Mundelein, Ill., Casey is part of the Chicago Tribune Newsroom Events team, helping bring together a wide array of live events that connect readers to the stories that appear in the Chicago Tribune. In addition, he is the producer of "The Sunday Papers with Rick Kogan," a Sunday morning radio program on WGN Radio 720.

Casey also works from time to time as a freelance theatrical stage manager and musician. His recent work includes shows at the Building Stage, House Theatre of Chicago, Lookingglass Theatre Company and Chicago Children's Theatre at the Goodman. He was a member of Be the Groove, a Chicago-based rhythmic performance ensemble, and is an alumnus of Northwestern University.
My Interests

Theatre, dance, bar trivia, radio, Wired magazine, www.bethegroove.com, brightwalldarkroom.tumblr.com
My Recent Articles

2-14-13 | Chicago Live! full episode 2/17/2013
Guests: Billy Corgan, The Second City, Amy Dickinson, Curtis Duffy, Bernard Holcomb, Welz Kauffman, Shoes, Rebecca Skloot, Kevin Coval, Kush Thompson and Malcolm London. This episode aired on WGN Radio 720.

2-14-13 | Shoes 2/17/2013
Tribune reporter Mark Caro talks to the band Shoes about their Zion birth. Then the band performs "Say It Like You Mean It" from their new album "Ignition" and their classic song "Tomorrow Night" while Amy Dickinson dances (see photo).

2-14-13 | Bernard Holcomb 2/17/2013
Bernard Holcomb, tenor from the Lyric Opera, sings an aria from Rigoletto "La donna è mobile."

2-14-13 | The Second City Sings 2/17/2013
The Second City sings about the trials and tribulations of opera and love.

2-14-13 | Welz Kauffman 2/17/2013
Rick Kogan talks to Welz Kauffman, the president and CEO of Ravinia, about the Festival's plans for the upcoming season and Kauffman's background, including his country-western roots.