The season includes a return to live theatre outdoors at the historic Mission San Juan Capistrano.
O’Gara will remain in the position as the company searches for a permanent artistic director to replace Michael J. Bobbitt.
Barlow has been serving as the SDCF’s interim director since November.
Moreno, a Houston performer, artisan, and administrator, replaces Shayna Schlosberg.
The actor and stage manager union has issued new guidelines for fully vaccinated workplaces and will host a vaccine webinar on April 7.
The online festival will feature readings from plays and musicals, as well as talks with writers.
The season will feature the premiere of a new virtual play by Christopher Chen and the pre-Broadway run of the musical ‘Soul Train.’
Audience size limitations will be based on local health guidelines.
A new audio play series will lead up to outdoor programming in July and August.
The grant program will benefit ten BIPOC, trans, and disabled artists.