The former Foundry Theatre managing producer will join Moisés Kaufman’s devised-theatre troupe starting in May.
Linda Levy will leave the theatre advocacy and awards organization to focus on her recovery from spinal surgery.
Clark comes to the job from the Orchestra of St. Luke’s, where she served following a career in music and arts management.
Returning to his native Canada after four seasons at CTC, Jennings with be Shaw Fest’s new executive director starting in the fall.
The South Dakota native will succeed founder Bain Boehlke beginning this summer.
Serge Seiden will leave Studio Theatre to work on other projects in the D.C. area.
The director and performance artist brings a mix of downtown and uptown credentials to the job of running the small but ambitious Off-Broadway theatre.
With its summer season just a few months away, a new leader joins the team at the Illinois theatre.
The longtime Ringling Bros. performer will take give counsel on Circus Center’s programming and productions.
But “I won’t be retiring from the theatre field,” he notes. He’s been at the job for 33 years.