The company’s resident stage manager has stepped into the new leadership role.
The performer and arts activist will help to plan the theatre’s 2017 programming.
Sag brings his experience in general management to the new role.
The former Route 66 Theatre business manager succeeds Dean Carpenter in the role.
The producing artistic director resigned from his position, and his last day will be in March.
The Chicago-based theatre and opera director will begin her new post in the Lone Star state in 2017.
Daniels will begin her new post at the Windy City theatre in January.
The writer of ‘The Brother/Sister Plays’ will head Yale’s playwriting program and serve as Yale Rep’s playwright-in-residence.
Haupt steps down after leading the National Music Theater Conference for 40 years.
The leader will join the company in January 2017.