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Board of Directors

Chris Jones – Chair

Danielle Galligan – Vice-Chair

Sarah O’Neill – Clerk

Lillian Sober Ain

Lisa A. Breit

Shannon Joseph Fairley-Pittman, Ed. D

Don Giller

Jodi Goodman

Jackson Jirard

Stanley Kay, Legal Counsel

Shari Malyn

Chris Noble

Maridel Perdomo

Cheryl Price

Christopher Shearer

Pamela Taylor

Michael Zimmer

Advisory Council

Ruth Budd

Andrew Brilliant & Carol Palmer

Gregory Bulger & Richard Dix

Kathryn E. Cade & Fred Miller

Judi Cantor

Marcy Crary & Tim Hall

Cyndi Dailey-Smith

Diane DiCarlo & Jeanne Leszczynski

Chris Flynn & Dan Newton

Ralph Fuccillo & Paul Newman

Joan Gallos & Lee Bolman

Miriam Gillit

Virgina Inglis

Farida Kathawalla

David Kluchman

B.J. Krintzman

Ann & Ted Kurland

Wendy Liebow

Paul & Randi Levine

Michael McKay & Daniel Salera

Laurie Nash

Peter & Beatrice Nessen

Chip Phinney

Carlos Ridruejo & Alisa Kahn

Mary Rivet

Phyllis Strimling

Richard Walker

Curtis Whitney

Indigenous Peoples’ Land Recognition

All teaching and learning takes place on Indigenous Lands. We are coming to you from a place originally called Pigsgusset, which means Meadows At The Widening Of The River.  Now referred to as Watertown, this land is the traditional and ancestral homelands of the Pequossette Band of the Massachusett Tribe.  While Pigsgusset is a rendering of the name, according to spelling by English colonial settlers, and we do not know the original pronunciation according to the First Peoples of the land, we make this acknowledgement to offer recognition and respect to the original inhabitants of this place, especially since the Indigenous history of Watertown has been mostly erased. New Repertory Theatre commits to supporting Indigenous peoples and their cultures by hiring and supporting artists who are Indigenous. 

Michael J. Bobbitt & Dr. Mishy Lesser