The artistic director expanded the ensemble and the theatre’s offerings, and spearheaded a campaign for a new space.
Reuler will depart in July 2022 after helping the company transition to a new model around social justice.
San José succeeds Loretta Greco at the San Francisco organization.
Bergman will helm the foundation founded by Del Shores to find and nurture new Southern queer artistic voices.
After running the influential Off-Broadway powerhouse since 1988, he will depart next summer; a search for his successor is underway.
Cofield will begin a 3-year appointment in September, succeeding previous chair Mark Wing-Davey and interim chair Janet Zarish.
An experienced producer and arts administrator, she’ll replace Buzz Ward, who’s retiring after 29 years in the post.
After 11 years helping Harvard’s resident theatre mount many works that went to Broadway, she’ll return to her native London.
The experienced leader and teacher will also serve as resident director at Yale Rep for a five-year term.
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.