The founder of Chelsea Theater Center was a force from the 1960s onward, doing plays no one else would do and encouraging similar boldness in his colleagues.
From our first meeting, he opened me up to a panorama of possibilities, not only in the theatre but in myself.
This year’s cohort, its first at full capacity since COVID, includes such familiar theatre names as Dave Malloy, Anne Washburn, and Sanaz Toossi.
The end of yet another path-breaking play development program, one with fieldwide impact and global reach, has not been properly mourned.
The artistic director of Sundance Institute’s Theatre Program will take over leadership of the New Hampshire colony this summer.