A longtime leader in TYA and arts education, Davis takes over the theatre after a troubled chapter in its history.
The producing artistic director has been with Unicorn since 1979.
Watson comes to Playwrights’ Center from the McCarter Theatre Center.
An influential funding officer, educator, and thinker, she nurtured, inspired, and gathered countless kindred spirits, in part by taking the trouble to see and understand their work.
The theatre also named Krista Matthews their new director of development.
The legendary Broadway and Hollywood director mounted some of his final productions at a Nebraska dinner theatre more than 40 years ago.
She’ll step down from the disability-focused arts organization and will be succeeded by Joseph Price, who will take on the role of executive director.
How 4 theatres develop work by writers of color with communities of color at the center.
How a Lakota playwright, 7 Indigenous actors, and an L.A.-based ensemble survived a pandemic, crossed thousands of prairie miles, and confronted centuries of history to make a play.
Children’s Theatre Company proudly debuts juliany taveras’s new stage adaptation of a book that has faced challenges and attacks in some schools.