Davis is named Center Stage's new associate artistic director

October 24, 1990

Rick Davis has been named associate artistic director for Center Stage.

Resident dramaturg since 1986, Davis' work as production dramaturg includes "The School for Scandal," "Uncle Vanya," "Major Barbara," "Man and Superman," "Hamlet" and "Miss Evers' Boys."

Davis directed the premiere of Joseph Brodsky's one-act satire, "Democracy," for the Center Stage Cabaret last season, and productions for the Delaware Theatre Company in Wilmington, The Troupe Repertory in Colorado Springs, and the American Ibsen Theater in Pittsburgh (of which he was the co-founder and associate artistic director.

Davis will direct this season's Center Stage production of "Candida" by George Bernard Shaw.

Mona Heinze, a Fulbright scholar and graduate of Yale University's M.F.A. program in dramaturgy and dramatic criticism, will fill the dramaturg/literary manager position.

Heinze was dramaturgy fellow at Center Stage during the 1988-89 season and became associate dramaturg upon the completion of her fellowship. David Olivenbaum is the recipient of the 1990-91 Center Stage dramaturgy fellowship.

The dramatugy fellowship program, developed in collaboration with the Yale School of Drama,is designed to provide a year-long professional experience for a dramaturg who has completed graduate studies.

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