The first woman in the role, she succeeds Doug Wright and is joined by a slate of board officers including Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, Kristoffer Diaz, and Christine Toy Johnson.
‘An Almost Holy Picture’ will replace ‘Sense and Sensibility’ and the theatre will return to in-person performances in August.
This year’s theatre fellows include L. M. Bogad, Rebecca Schneider, Mike Lew, Kaneza Schaal, and Sarah Cameron Sunde.
The ongoing virtual festival will feature 3 new-play readings, in addition to a variety of panels on science and theatre.
The opera theatre has launched the Opera Writers Diversity and Representation Initiative to increase participation of BIPOC opera artists in their flagship program.
Muse joins the company in the newly created position of director of inclusion, diversity, equity, and access (IDEA).
The theatre for young audiences will return to in-person programming in November.
The 5-show season will feature the final play of August Wilson’s Century Cycle and a world premiere from Jeffrey Binder.
Her play ‘cullud wattah’ is honored, with Kimber Lee’s ‘The Water Palace’ and Ife Olujobi’s ‘Jordans’ also specially commended.
The artists will offer counsel and artistic insight to the Globe’s leadership, participating in multiple steps of the selection and production process.