The former leader of San Francisco’s Magic Theatre and of NYC’s Women’s Project, she will take the helm of the Boston theatre in July, filling a vacancy left by Peter DuBois’s resignation.
As San José takes the reins of the Bay Area’s Magic Theatre, he’s set to bring his Campo Santo ethos to a larger platform.
San José succeeds Loretta Greco at the San Francisco organization.
The outgoing artistic director made San Francisco’s Magic Theatre an artistic home for all.
Small theatre is an aesthetic as well as an economic designation, and both aspects deserve attention.
The Texas-born, Oregon-based playwright imagines a Steinbeck sequel with timely resonance.
In a Roundabout revival of the nearly 40-year-old play, it holds up as a withering portrait of the myths and traps of American masculinity.
Greco’s accomplishments in theatre were honored at a ceremony last week.
Stage directors and choreographers recognize their peers in 3 categories.
Among the honorees are Tearrance Arvelle Chisholm, who was recognized for political theatre, as well as Collaboration Fund recipients and producers in residence.