The theatre’s 40th season will include Shakespeare and several comedies, and will pair Ibsen’s ‘A Doll House’ with Lucas Hnath’s sequel.
Greg Longenhagen succeeds a.d. Robert Cacioppo, who was fired in April for alleged bullying.
Kalke, who succeeds playwright Lee Nowell, will join the company starting Oct. 22.
Bunge, who has been with the company since 2013, will still continue to lead special projects and act as a resource for the staff and board.
The season will include plays by Katherine DiSavino, Susan Poulin, and Lucas Hnath.
Mayer will take over some tasks previously performed by founding artistic director Philip Boehm.
Ivers, currently a.d. at Arizona Theatre Company, will succeed Marc Masterson beginning in March 2019.
The theatre’s 20th season includes plays by Quiara Alegrìa Hudes, Qui Nguyen, and Kirsten Greenidge.
The Bank will provide scripts to high schools whose libraries have been destroyed by natural disasters.
The award for emerging theatre artists comes with $15,000 and play development counseling.