One of the theatre’s founding directors, she will take the helm this fall.
The season will include plays by Joshua Harmon, R. Eric Thomas, and Bryna Turner.
The leader of the LGBTQIA-identified company will leave at the end of the 2016-17 season.
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The former Route 66 Theatre business manager succeeds Dean Carpenter in the role.
The season will feature the return of an audience favorite, and two additional plays about the LGBT experience.
The playwright’s works come from within. Some also come from his own experience.
After 10 seasons as managing director of Actors Theatre of Louisville, Bielstein sets her sights on Minnesota.
The gift will fund the theatre’s education and outreach programs for LGBT youth.
The LGBTQ focused theatre celebrates its 20th anniversary season with a world premiere and two Chicago premieres.