The companies will operate with joint management but separate boards and finances.
Rick Shiomi, Ellen Fenster, and Kim Vasquez are the first confirmed members of the new cohort named in place of artistic director Flordelino Lagundino.
The Minnesota company’s season will feature two world premiere plays.
The new program strives to increase opportunities for under-represented theatre artists.
The lineup includes lively musicals, classic stories, and a world premiere under new artistic director Flordelino Lagundino.
The New York-based director, actor, and photographer will step into the role later this summer.
The season will include a world premiere musical by Keith Hovis.
The Minnesota theatre will present three world premieres, alongside some contemporary classics.
From a cellist to a scenic designer, from New Haven to St. Paul, a cohort marked by versatility and vision.
Obviously theatres should give priority to disabled actors in roles defined as disabled. The next step: to consider them for all roles.