Randy Anderson

Director of Contract Affairs

Randy oversees the daily operations of the Contract Affairs Department. As a member of the senior staff, he works on the development and execution of the Union’s goals. This includes negotiating existing Collectively Bargained Agreements, setting and implementing organizing strategy, … Read More

Christopher Ashley

Christopher Ashley has served as La Jolla Playhouse’s Artistic Director since October 2007. He has directed the Broadway productions of Memphis (Tony nomination direction), Leap of Faith, Xanadu (Drama Desk nomination direction), All Shook Up and The Rocky Horror Show (Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Award nominations), as well as the Kennedy Center Sondheim Celebration productions of Sweeney Todd and Merrily We Roll Along. Other New York credits include: Blown Sideways Through Life, Jeffrey (Lucille Lortel and Obie Awards), The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told, Valhalla, Regrets Only, Wonder of the World, Communicating Doors, Das Barbecu.

Walter Bobbie

Larry Carpenter’s New York directing credits include the Roundabout Theatre productions of The Doctor’s Dilemma, Light Up The Sky and Privates on Parade; Lady in the Dark for Encores!; Preston Sturges' A Cup of Coffee at SoHo Rep and the Broadway production of Starmites!- for which he received a Tony nomination.

Anne Bogart

Anne Bogart is a Co-Artistic Director of SITI Company, which she founded with Japanese director Tadashi Suzuki in 1992. She is a Professor at Columbia University where she runs the Graduate Directing Program. Works with SITI include Persians, Steel Read More

Jo Bonney

Jo Bonney has directed premieres of plays by: Alan Ball, Eric Bogosian, Culture Clash, Eve Ensler, Jessica Goldberg, Danny Hoch, Neil LaBute, Warren Leight, Lynn Nottage, Dael Orlandersmith, Suzan-Lori Parks, Darci Picoult, Will Power, David Rabe, Jose Rivera, Seth Zvi … Read More

Mark Brokaw

Broadway: Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella, The Lyons, After Miss Julie, The Constant Wife, Reckless, Cry-Baby. New York premieres include works by Douglas Carter Beane (As Bees in Honey Drown), David Auburn, Lynda Barry (Good Times are Read More

Joe Calarco

Joe Calarco’s Off-Broadway credits include Shakespeare’s R&J (adaptor/director, Lucille Lortel Award, also the West End and Tokyo); Floyd and Clea Under the Western Sky at Playwrights Horizons; Boy at Primary Stages; in the absence of spring (writer/director) at Second Stage; Sarah, Plain and Tall and The Summer of the Swans at The Lucille Lortel; The Audience (contributing book writer) at The Transport Group; and Fugitive Songs (Drama Desk nomination) at Dreamlight Theatre Company.

Rachel Chavkin

Rachel Chavkin is an Obie Award-winning, Drama Desk and Lucille Lortel nominated director, writer, dramaturg, and the Artistic Director of Brooklyn-based experimental ensemble, the TEAM (www.theteamplays.org), now in its 10th year. Selected projects: Anne Washburn’s transadaptation of Euripedes’ … Read More

Amy Bizjak

Administrative Assistant

Amy joined SDC in June of 2017. Originally from Birmingham, Alabama, Amy moved to New York after receiving her B.A. in Theatre from St. Edward’s University in Austin, Texas. Amy has over 10 years experience in the NY theatre community … Read More

Desdemona Chiang

Desdemona Chiang is a stage director based in Seattle and the San Francisco Bay Area. Co-Founder of Azeotrope (Seattle). Her directing credits include Oregon Shakespeare Festival, California Shakespeare Theater, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Long Wharf Theatre, Playmakers Repertory Company, Aurora Theatre … Read More

Kristy Cummings

Contract Affairs Representative

In her role as Contract Affairs Representative Kristy Cummings administers and negotiates the Broadway, Tour, League of Resident Theatres, Regional Musical Theatre and Theatreworks/USA Agreements among others, and is primarily responsible for theatres in the Western region of the country. … Read More

Liz Diamond

Julie Arenal choreographed the original production of Hair on Broadway, which she later restaged in Europe, as well as Indians and Boccaccio.