As she steps into a new role at D.C.’s Folger Theatre and Library, she’s focused on how a repurposed Bard can help build community.
The founder of Contemporary American Theater Festival looks back on 31 years of producing new plays in rep.
A Lebanese theatremaker putting down roots in San Francisco, Assaf brings to her new job a global perspective and an open door.
As she moves from Maine’s Penobscot Theatre to Miami’s GableStage, she prioritizes professionalism, depth, and community service.
The founder and artistic director of New Federal Theatre, who retired from the post in June, reflects on a storied, pathbreaking career.
As San José takes the reins of the Bay Area’s Magic Theatre, he’s set to bring his Campo Santo ethos to a larger platform.
At Seattle’s Red Eagle Soaring, Sayet and Moses will share artistic director duties, modeling and shaping a decolonized process to better serve Native youth.
An experienced producer and arts administrator, she’ll replace Buzz Ward, who’s retiring after 29 years in the post.
Martin promises a ‘clean slate’ at the Chicago theatre famed for its playwrights ensemble, after serving as associate producer at the Goodman.
Looking toward the future, Shelley hopes to create an inclusive atmosphere that cements the House Theatre of Chicago as a destination for artists to come and create.