Now in its fourth year, the fellowship honors directors Aprita Mukherjee, Tatiana Pandiani, Mei Ann Teo, Hannah Wolf, and Jenna Worsham.
Malgesini will fill the role vacated by former managing director Karen Sharp.
The season features two commissioned world premieres and a Drama Desk Award-winning play by Bess Wohl.
The season features a collaboration with Prague Shakespeare Company and a production by Canada’s La Fille Du Laitier.
Adam Kraar’s new play about the electrical workers’ community of Electchester examines its mix of idealism, racism, and class conflict.
Tim Richey will bring arts and fundraising experience to the organization.
The annual awards recognize both ‘Cost of Living’ and ‘School Girls’ in the play category, and ‘KPOP’ as a musical.
Also on the slate are the West Coast premiere of ‘Tiny Beautiful Things’ and world premieres by CJ Lee, Laurel Ollstein, and Ken Ludwig.
The Drama Critics’ Circle has named ‘Mary Jane’ by Amy Herzog best play of the 2017-18 season.
The comedy focused theatre will tackle rock ‘n’ roll and funny ladies in history next season.