Founded by Brian Hastert (’09) and produced by Alyssa Simmons (’14), the 24+ live event runs from May 30, through May 31.
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“I went to the Yale School of Drama with the express purpose of founding my company,” said Morrison.
Florie comes to Yale following 15 years’ service as General Manager at Manhattan Theatre Club.
Estrin assumes the role at Theatre Development Fund after serving as Deputy Director of Development since 2017.
Opening in September 2020, the Schwarzman Center will become the university’s first center for the arts and student life.
Previously the director of artistic programming for the New 42nd Street, Lloyd has been on the advisory board for the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival.
Policy effective immediately for Fall 2020 enrollment.
The longtime deputy dean and professor at Yale School of Drama, who also served as Yale Rep’s managing director, will end her tenure next June.
Comprising the work of students and faculty over the last decade, the case studies address both traditional and modern dilemmas in arts management.