Catherine Cone, Director of Ticketing and Administration
Craig Aikman, Group Sales & Community Outreach Director
Debbie Davis, Director of Business Affairs
Jesse Hoffman, Graphic Design & Content Associate
Karen Yuhasz, Director of Production
Mark Edelman, Executive Director
Pete Weber, Production Manager
Quincy Kreps, Marketing Communications Manager
Rachel Schultz, Advertising Manager
Reida York, Director of Advertising & Public Relations
Rhiannon Gilland, Graphic Designer, Website & Email Marketing Director
Stephanie Campbell, Season Marketing Director
Theater League is looking for interns or volunteers to help with productions coming to your city. Our internship will allow you to explore different areas such as marketing, public relations, graphic design and production. We can work together to explore the areas you are most interested in gaining experience. If you’re interested in finding out more information about this program, contact Stephanie Campbell at 800.776.7469 ext.159 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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About Theater League
Founded in 1976, Theater League is a not-for-profit, tax-exempt, community-based performing arts organization dedicated to the development of professional theater, both as a cultural and an educational resource. Serving its constituent communities by producing and presenting Broadway musicals, plays and new works in local performing arts centers, Theater League enriches the lives of more than 300,000 theatergoers annually, made possible by the support of the organization’s 30,000 members, who subscribe to Theater League’s cultural offerings.
Theater League presents National Broadway Tours and professional touring productions to the following communities:
Performing arts centers and historic theaters play host to the organization’s Broadway musicals and plays. Related activities include special performances for students of the performing arts, which feature question and answer sessions with theater artists and our Theater ROcKs (Reach Out to Kids) program, which brings at-risk youth to the theater for special educational and cultural opportunities.
Theater League’s presentations include the top national touring companies of all major Broadway musicals of the last thirty-five years. In addition, Theater League’s own in-house producing division mounts annual revivals of classic Broadway fare featuring stars of stage, screen and television. These Theater League produced tours allow the organization further flexibility in meeting the diverse schedules and goals of each of the venues and communities we serve.
Founder and President Mark Edelman participates in the national theater dialogue through membership in the League of American Theaters and Producers and the National Alliance for Musical Theatre. The organization takes a leading role in cooperative arts marketing efforts in the communities it serves and supports the facilities it calls home through grants, memberships and special promotional opportunities. In addition, outreach projects include Theater League’s Teatro Latino division, created to bring Spanish-language plays to audiences in the West and Southwest.
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