Theatre companies and art institutions have made recent changes in their leadership. With the fall season well underway, read on to see who got a new job.
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Mary Rose Lloyd
Artistic Director, New 42nd Street
The nonprofit that supports the New Victory Theater and the New 42nd Street Studios has upped Lloyd, who previously served as the director of artistic programming. Prior to her work at New 42nd Street, she was a member of the advisory board for the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival and served on fundraising panels for the New York State Council on the Arts.
Interim Artistic Advisor, Long Beach Opera
Sharon will curate Long Beach Opera's 2021 season, which involves selecting the operas, productions, and artistic teams. He will also participate as director for one of the season productions while concurrently continuing his work as Artistic Director of his own company The Industry. Artistic Director Andreas Mitisek, only the second in the company's 42-year history,will step down at the end of the 2020 season.
Executive Board President, Stage Directors and Choreographers Society
The Obie Award-winning director, whose work includes a 20-year tenure as resident director at Yale Repertory Theatre, will serve a three-year term.
Wendy K. Moy
Artistic Director, Hartford Gay Men's Chorus
The award-winning conductor, singer, and educator will begin her tenure January 1. She is the co-founder and co-artistic director of Chorosynthesis Singers, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to transforming the culture of American choral music through collaboration, sustainability, innovation, and excellence.