Dembrow has served as general manager for two seasons at the downtown company — where she has managed over 25 productions, including Julian Sheppard's Los Angeles, Will Eno's Oh, The Humanity and other exclamations and Elizabeth Swados and Erin Courtney's Kaspar Hauser. Previously employed at Lincoln Center Theater, she has also worked on The Light in the Piazza, The Coast of Utopia as well as Elaine Stritch at Liberty, Harlem Song, and Salman Rushdie's Midnight's Children.
Baran will assume the new role of development manager. Formerly a staff member of the Atlantic Theater Company's development department, she has also worked for the Brooklyn Arts Council's Community Arts Regrant Program, and as an Interim Grants Administrator at New Dramatists.
The Flea Theater is currently headed by artistic director Jim Simpson and producing director Carol Ostrow. The venue has provided audiences with varied programming in avant-garde theatre, dance, music, and alternative performances.
Past productions include Anne Nelson's The Guys, A.R. Gurney's A Light Lunch, O Jerusalem, Screenplay, Mrs. Farnsworth and Post Mortem and Adam Rapp's Bingo with the Indians, among others.
For more information on The Flea Theater, 41 White Street (between Broadway & Church Streets), visit theflea.org.