Bunge, who has been with the company since 2013, will still continue to lead special projects and act as a resource for the staff and board.
An experienced arts administrator joins the staff of the Atlanta company, succeeding Lee Foster.
Liz Kerin and Azure Osborne-Lee each receive commissions for new works.
Playwrights Georgette Kelly, Dianne Nora, Marisela Treviño Orta, and Stacey Rose will join the residency program.
The season will include plays by Katherine DiSavino, Susan Poulin, and Lucas Hnath.
If you’re gathering people for a common activity anyway, why not find ways to help them exercise one of their fundamental rights at citizens?
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.
This summer the Ashland theatre faced dozens of cancelled and moved performances and some personnel attrition.