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Alexandra Smith is a multi-hyphenate theatre artist and educator with primary focuses in directing and producing. She joined the TCBF board in 2016 and is super passionate about making sure people in all corners of the Boston theatre community know … Continue reading
Brian Richard Robinson has been a soloist with the Boston Symphony, Boston Pops, and was a member of the Tanglewood Festival Chorus for 25 years, performing in Symphony Hall, Tanglewood, Carnegie Hall, and numerous international venues. Since his professional Boston … Continue reading
Kira Troilo is a professional writer, choreographer and performer, and is honored to also be the newest member of the TCBF board. Recent local performing credits include Little Women, In the Heights (Wheelock Family Theatre), Caroline, or Change (Moonbox Productions), … Continue reading
An artist and educator for what seems like her entire life, Ilyse has been seen onstage and TV across the country. You may catch her enjoying Dunkin’ Donuts coffee or greeting you as your friendly neighborhood CVS pharmacist. Onstage, she … Continue reading
Karen splits her time between teaching adults ESL, and lighting design. She’s been based in the Boston area for over 25 years, and enjoys the camaraderie of the theater community.
Julie is currently a full-time production manager at the ICA Boston, and spent many years before that as an electrician, master electrician, and assistant production manager across the city. Outside of work, she can usually be found watering her houseplants … Continue reading
Alex Lonati is a director, producer, and arts administrator in Boston. In addition to serving as the (newly appointed!) president of TCBF, Alex is the Community Programs & Events Manager at SpeakEasy Stage Company, where she has been on staff … Continue reading
The TCBF board has seen some big changes over these past nine months! We’re pleased to announce the elections of Alex Lonati as the new President and Julie Streeter as the new Vice-President of the TCBF board. We’re also thrilled … Continue reading
As we approach the one-year mark since the COVID-19 pandemic first swept the globe, it is easy to think about all the hardship and grief that has occurred. But instead, we at the Theatre Community Benevolent Fund would like to … Continue reading
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