The former founding artistic director of California’s Capital Stage Company is tapped to lead the South Florida theatre.
The longtime artistic director will step down in August after 15 years at the helm of one of California’s largest Shakespeare theatres.
The longtime Old Dominion director makes the move to the West Coast, as Novato makes plans for a move from community to professional.
The White House intends to appoint a longtime L.A. theatre leader to the National Council on the Arts.
The Baltimore theatre’s managing director is stepping down to pursue a Master’s degree; the theatre will begin search for his replacement.
The longtime artistic director has been let go from Theater J, due to programming conflicts between the theatre and the DC Jewish Community Center.
The current artist-at-large at Geva Theatre Center is stepping into a new role in Lowell, Mass.
A former law partner will join the management team at the Arizona children’s theatre.
Executive director of the Providence company will start a new job with the same title in Connecticut next year.
The managing director at the Cincinnati theatre will step down next month; her duties will be shared among existing staff.