As part of an expansion of the company and its mission, she will share leadership with founding artistic director Anthony Moseley.
The new-play competition is part of the company’s larger project to both challenge and help the American theatre to reflect the nation’s changing demographics.
The season ranges from Richard Maxwell’s ‘Isolde’ to Trevor Nunn’s ‘Pericles,’ and features John Douglas Thompson in two major roles.
Playwrights Meridith Friedman, Beth Kander, Brian Mulholland, and Skye Robinson Hillis will travel to Ashland for a weeklong festival to develop their winning works.
Award-winning director, educator, and multimedia theatre artist becomes the fifth leader in the history of the 45-year-old children’s theare company.
Three productions with themes of imagination and creativity by the likes of Mo Willems and the creators of ‘The Fantasticks’ are on for the children’s theatre’s 10th season.
Chosen from among 223 blind submissions, the Festival of New Musicals’ 8 offerings include immigrant cab drivers, online monsters, and hip-hop Shakespeare.
The former producing director of Maryland Shakespeare will bring her management, fundraising, and producing skills to her new role at Elm.
Cutting Ball’s first managing director transitions to a new position at Hubbard Street Dance in Chicago.
The season features 16 productions from all over the globe, with storytelling through shadows, puppetry, and music for the young, from toddlers to teens.