The end of the year has brought about a variety of job changes in venerable performing arts institutions. Below are a few recent hires at theatre organizations around the world.
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Director of Development, New London Barn Playhouse (New London, NH)
Cooper-Rubin will helm the Barn's fundraising and grant development work, including large event management and donor engagement.
Director of Operations and Associate Artistic Director, New London Barn Playhouse (New London, NH)
Serving his fifth year at the Barn, Elliott is now in charge of sales and marketing, facilities, box office operations, and the Barn's business office. He will also aid in the management and development of mainstage works.
Director of Community Engagement, Queens Theatre (Queens, NY)
In this newly created position, D'Andrea will be in charge of community engagement, adding to the Queens Theatre's commitment to contributing to the surrounding neighborhood.
Artistic Director, HighTide (East Anglia, UK)
Shifting from his position as associate director at Curve, Leiscester, Das will take over as HighTide artistic director from co-founder Steven Atkinson, who has held the position for 12 years. HighTide works to showcase the UK's best new playwrights and plays.
Marcelle McVay Management Fellow, Victory Gardens Theater (Chicago, IL)
Jagernauth is the 2019 recipient of the award, which works to showcase and mentor future leaders of color so that they may develop skills and tools to manage large arts institutions.
Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, The Madison Square Garden Company (New York, NY)
Mink, previously the executive vice president of finance, will succeed Donna Coleman, who will leave her post on January 1, 2019, but will remain with the company until March during the transition period.