Returning to the West Coast, the new-work-focused director takes on Portland and its possibilities.
Replacing Chris Coleman, she’ll join managing director Cynthia Fuhrman as a co-leader starting Sept. 15.
Playwright Christopher Chen talks about the twists and turns in his play ‘Caught.’
Morita, who plans to continue and amplify the theatre’s focus on new and diverse voices, will be among the few women of color at the helm of a Bay Area theatre.
Outgoing CFT artistic director Marissa Wolf’s final season includes plays by A. Rey Pamatmat, Idris Goodwin and a world premiere by Geetha Reddy.
After six seasons at the helm, Wolf leaves the San Francisco-based company having doubled its budget and stepped up its new-play commitments.