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George Green, Executive Director of the Modern Theater, set to move to San Antonio

George Green, the former executive artistic director at the Modern Theater Spokane and Coeur d’Alene, is on his way to Texas to assume his new role as the CEO and Artistic Director of the San Antonio Playhouse.

2FB36D93C-C95D-8AB6-45CB91DA917BDAB0Born and raised in San Antonio, Green is excited but hesitant about his return home. In an interview with BroadwayWorld, Green admitted, “To be perfectly honest, there are several mixed emotions. My wife and children will be staying behind in Spokane for an undetermined time. With that said, we are a motivated family and are dedicated to seeing the arts thrive. We see the potential impact that this can have on so many individuals and we are willing to make sacrifices to better various communities.

“I anticipate my first year being one of modest change and evaluation. It is, after all, one that I am inheriting and yet excited about. Soon there will be new corporate sponsorship and donor programs implemented.”

The Modern Theater has announced Teko Dumoulin  as the new Artistic Director and Troy Nickerson as the new Associate Artistic Director. Learn more about the new Artistic team at TheModernNews.org

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