After 22 years as a theatremaker and educator in the Midwest, Sanders is making strides as the first associate director of color for Juilliard’s Drama Division.
The co-executive directors talk about the unique challenges of this moment, and how their theatre service organization is poised to meet them.
American Theatre’s former senior editor talks about her new editor-in-chief gig, and how she thinks the theatre discourse has changed for the better.
She succeeds Robert Falls at the company where she once worked as director of new-play development, after 21 years leading Atlanta’s biggest nonprofit theatre.
A director with bicoastal credits and extensive experience developing new work, she will succeed NYTW’s longtime leader Jim Nicola.
After 52 years at the influential bilingual theatre, 17 of those at the helm, Robert Federico feels he is leaving Repertorio in good hands with Rafael Sánchez.
She succeeds Jonathan Shmidt Chapman as leader of the national organization for theatre made for children, young adults, and families.
The former associate artistic director of Roundabout Theatre Company brings ‘new-play energy’ to a post soon to be vacated by director John Doyle.
As this dramaturg/producer plans her first season at the theatre, she’s looking both outward and inward.
The former leader of San Francisco’s Magic Theatre and of NYC’s Women’s Project, she will take the helm of the Boston theatre in July, filling a vacancy left by Peter DuBois’s resignation.