With a wealth of experience in arts administration and branding, Durantt joins her neighborhood theatre ready to help its next stage of growth.
The former executive director of Arkansas’s TheatreSquared has just taken the same job at Princeton’s McCarter Theatre Center, and he’s ready to open the gates.
Green-Rogers brings a dramaturgical approach to leadership roles at The Theatre School at DePaul and the Association for Theatre in Higher Education.
The newly appointed artistic director of TheatreWorks Silicon Valley makes the case for keeping communities close through storytelling onstage.
The Off-Off-Broadway artist-impresario reflects on 30-plus years of downtown experimentation.
The artistic director and managing director of Pittsburgh Public Theater make the case for programming that is uniquely fresh and local.
Joining Writers Theatre after running Seattle Rep has reconnected him to his youthful love for making theatre, but he knows there’s still much work to be done.
The Huntington’s longtime managing director reflects on 4 decades, and 4 artistic directors, at Boston’s largest theatre.
As 1 of 3 leaders at the influential NY theatre, she spent the last 4 years helping it realize outsized ambitions, both onstage and on the balance sheet.
As he enters his last season leading Minneapolis’s Children’s Theatre Company, he reflects on the unique inspiration and value in making work for young people.