Adam Frank has been appointed Managing Director of Baltimore Center Stage. The nonprofit arts leader steps into the role at the regional theatre beginning December 13.
Arriving from New York City's Waterwell where he served as Managing Director, Frank has also worked in various capacities at The Public Theater, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Yale Repertory Theatre, and the Los Angeles Music Center. He will be working alongside the theatre's Artistic Director Stephanie Ybarra, who shared in a statement, "Adam is a brilliant choice for this moment in Baltimore Center Stage’s evolution. His experience in supporting new work and community-engaged programming is matched only by his incredible vision for what a theater can be going forward."
"Adam was selected for his track record of empathetic management, operational rigor, community outreach, and support for vibrant, ambitious theater," said Sandy Liotta, President of Baltimore Center Stage Board of Trustees in a statement.
Baltimore Center Stage is the largest nonprofit theatre company in Maryland, and is currently celebrating its 60th anniversary season. The season kicked off with Our Town, before continuing with productions of Ain't No Mo', Tiny Beautiful Things, and Life is a Dream.