An experienced arts administrator joins the staff of the Atlanta company, succeeding Lee Foster.
The fundraising, marketing, and communications professional will jointly lead the Portland company.
Leon will step down from the Atlanta theatre he co-founded, and Jude, currently an associate a.d., will step up.
Chang will lead the newly created department and oversee TCG’s EDI initiatives, both internally and externally.
Mayer will take over some tasks previously performed by founding artistic director Philip Boehm.
Ivers, currently a.d. at Arizona Theatre Company, will succeed Marc Masterson beginning in March 2019.
Currently the head of new-works incubator New York Stage and Film, Pfaelzer will succeed longtime a.d. Tony Taccone.
The young British director, currently an associate at London’s National Theatre, will succeed Michael Kahn at D.C.’s classical mainstay.
Replacing Chris Coleman, she’ll join managing director Cynthia Fuhrman as a co-leader starting Sept. 15.
The acclaimed director will take the helm of the summer musical-theatre revival series, which she co-led this past year.