A managing director shakeup at the D.C. theatre replaces three-decade veteran of the theatre with newcomer Meridith Burkus. Update: Keith Alan Baker comments on the transition.
From Steppenwolf to USC drama school, recent staff changes abound.
Intending to serve as interim artistic director, McFadden instead oversaw five years of growth for the company, including the building of a new home.
A former SEIU organizer takes the helm of the stage union’s Western region at a potentially dramatic juncture.
The current managing director of the Contemporary American Theatre Festival will bring his new-play passion to Pittsburgh.
The founder of the Off-Off-Broadway mainstay leaves as the theatre plans a move into a new three-theatre complex.
After six seasons at the helm, Wolf leaves the San Francisco-based company having doubled its budget and stepped up its new-play commitments.
The 136-seat theatre in Pawtucket taps an Off-Broadway veteran to replace David M. Wax.
After 12 years as artistic director of Seattle’s second biggest LORT theatre, Beattie will hand the reins to director John Langs.
A versatile New York theatre administrator and educator will take the reins of Richmond’s intimate venue.