Live Chat with North Carolina Theatre’s CEO, Elizabeth Doran

ELIZABETH DORAN joined NC Theatre in March 2017. With over 15 years of experience as an arts leader and theatre producer, Elizabeth has successfully led several arts organizations serving as the CEO of San Diego Theatres, executive director of The Pasadena Playhouse, the State Theater of California, and as managing director of The Actors’ Gang. Along with producing theatre internationally in Europe and South America, Elizabeth has worked on the development side of major Broadway-bound shows such as JERSEY BOYS and ONE NIGHT WITH JANIS JOPLIN, and has presented many Broadway touring shows including PHANTOM OF THE OPERA and THE LION KING. Beyond her depth of experience in producing and presenting the arts, Elizabeth’s focus on education, audience development, and diversity and inclusion have attracted millions of dollars of funding to support programs which break down barriers by merging the arts into schools, universities, prisons, underserved and new-immigrant neighborhoods, and businesses. Elizabeth has an MBA in strategy and entrepreneurship from Rensselaer (RPI).

Hear what Elizabeth has to say to Lauren Van Hemert about the future of North Carolina Theatre amidst a pandemic.

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