The Brooklyn theatre’s 2019-20 season will include a new play about Miller’s trips to Beijing in 1983.
The director and performer succeeds Mary Kathryn Nagle in the role.
The disability-centered theatre company will perform both in Colorado and internationally.
Lily Houghton and Brian Otaño are recipients of the early career playwriting program.
Founding director Susan D. Atkinson and artistic director Keith Baker will step down at the end of the 2019-20 season.
The season will feature works from Brazil, Mexico, and Poland, among others.
Bird Beza, the associate director of the Broadway musical ‘Come From Away’, begins Oct. 1.
The writer and director, recognized for integrating technology and artificial intelligence into her art, is also known for directing ‘Passing Strange.’
The Nigerian American playwright, producer, and dramaturg is best known for running a radio-play series the Parsnip Ship.
Ingui has been serving as acting managing director since July 2019.