Ensemble member Brittany N. Williams will step up to the new role for the company.
If confirmed, Lowe will be the first Native American head of the NEA, and Jackson the first African American and Mexican American to lead the NEA.
An artist and leader who first joined the company in 2019, she will oversee the efforts of the theatre’s artistic development.
Promoted from his previous position as managing director, Subramanian will co-lead with artistic director Shawn LaCount.
Clare Drobot and Monteze Freeland will join artistic director Marc Masterson in a tripartite leadership model.
The U.S. poet laureate joins the TheatreSquared team to create a new musical about the Native influence on American jazz.
Schultz will join the theatre in November with the aim of expanding its artistic offerings and scope as it reopens.
Falls, who has led the company for 35 years, will plan the 2022-23 season before departing Chicago’s oldest nonprofit theatre.
In December he’ll leave the influential new-play festival he founded and has run since 1991.
After 9 years at the helm, he’ll leave to take an arts consulting job, also in Portland, and allow for further artistic changes at Artists Rep.