The Chicago company will elevate ensemble member Kamille Dawkins to interim artistic director.
Davis will join the leadership team alongside current AD Nina Meehan, who will become the company’s CEO.
The Chicago company has also announced a new online Industry Training Institute.
Carden, who joined the company in 1978 and has served as AD since 2007, steps aside to make room for the predominantly white company to make substantive changes.
Lloyd will join the leadership team, alongside artistic director Meghan Finn and managing director Danielle King, beginning on July 28.
The decision comes after the theatre’s reckoning with its all-white leadership and a desire to better serve its community.
As part of his duties, Page will oversee the revival of the Terrence McNally New Play award, which has not been awarded since 2015.
Nicholas will replace interim executive and artistic director Thom Seymour Jr.
The actor, director, and fight choreographer will help lead programming and hiring decisions for the L.A.-based company.
The playwright/actress brings an independent artist’s perspective to the board room, where she hopes it can offer the field a ‘bird’s-eye view’ at a crucial time.