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.
He’s going back to his previous job at Shakespeare Festival St. Louis, he says, because it’s more artistic than administrative.
One of the leaders at the Idaho theatre will depart after 13 years, during which time the theatre’s budget doubled.
A key figure in the theatre’s recent expansion projects, the American Conservatory Theater leader will leave after five years in the post.
She leaves the California theatre after three years in the post to take a job leading the San Diego Civic Theatre and the Balboa Theatre.
Citing health reasons, the leader of one of Off-Broadway’s most prominent playwright-focused theatres will step down.
After just over six months as head of the Massachusetts theatre, Dildine will return to Shakespeare Festival St. Louis with a slightly different title.
The former executive vice president Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Miami will join the Denver company in a pivotal leadership role.