The theatre’s first leader of color, who has acted with the company since 2018, will step down after 4 years in the position.
Morosco succeeds founding executive director Ralph Cohen.
A comic theatre staple that originated at the ’87 Edinburgh Fringe, this speed-Shakespeare romp has gotten a new revision for the age of #MeToo and #Black Lives Matter.
The busy stage director, now represented by ‘Yoga Play,’ is eager to garner both weighty conversations and big laughs.
The multi-department management group includes longtime company member Brandon Carter serving as artistic director.
When it comes to Shakespeare and Western classics, questions of legacy and belonging get raised when Black men take the stage—and the answers are increasingly clear and powerful.
The company’s cohort of actor-managers will lead a season of three shows in repertory.
The Virginia company, reeling from a tumultuous year, moves forward without the leader many company members say made it worse, Ethan McSweeny.
The company will move forward with an actor-led model intended to echo the production process of Shakespeare’s theatre.
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