Donnerstag, 17. Februar 2022

STELLENAUSSCHREIBUNG - Long Wharf Theatre Seeks Director of Marketing and Communications


Long Wharf Theatre
Director of Marketing and Communications
Long Wharf Theatre has embarked on an unprecedented journey to usher in a new chapter for the Tony award-winning company. It iscommitted to building a boundary-breaking theatre with, for, and by the New Haven community, working to reimagine the experiment that is the new American theatre.

The company is led by Artistic Director Jacob G. Padrón and Managing Director Kit Ingui. Jacob joined Long Wharf Theatre in February 2019, bringing extensive industry experience, including posts at The Public Theater, Steppenwolf Theatre, and Oregon Shakespeare Festival, and a vision for what is possible and what is next. In 2016 he founded The Sol Project, a national theatre initiative that showcases Latinx playwrights and artists of color through collaborative partnerships with leading theatres in New York and across the country. Kit Ingui joined the company in 2017 as Associate Managing Director and was promoted to her current post of Managing Director in October 2019, overseeing all operations of the theatre. Kit was formerly on staff at Joey Parnes Productions, working on numerous Broadway shows and has been a company manager for several acclaimed Broadway productions including HairA Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, and Passing Strange, among others.
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