The founder of the Off-Off-Broadway mainstay leaves as the theatre plans a move into a new three-theatre complex.
After six seasons at the helm, Wolf leaves the San Francisco-based company having doubled its budget and stepped up its new-play commitments.
The 136-seat theatre in Pawtucket taps an Off-Broadway veteran to replace David M. Wax.
After 12 years as artistic director of Seattle’s second biggest LORT theatre, Beattie will hand the reins to director John Langs.
A versatile New York theatre administrator and educator will take the reins of Richmond’s intimate venue.
Longtime ensemble member succeeds Molly Brennan at helm of Chicago arts education theatre company.
Tony Simotes, Tina Packer’s successor at Shakespeare & Company will depart Nov. 10, leaving leadership to new exec director, Rick Dildine.
Stephen Rountree, a longtime leader on the business side of L.A.’s Music Center, takes a similar role at CTG’s three-stage company.
The artistic director and executive director of Steppenwolf Theatre Company talk about their decisions to step down and the legacy they hope to leave.
Big changes at a Chicago mainstay: Martha Lavey to step down, Anna Shapiro to step up; the executive director changes over; plus, expansion plans.