Kate Cherry’s sudden NIDA departure, LPA President to step down, and a new Director of Artistic Planning at the MSO.
KATE CHERRY DEPARTS AS NIDA CEO/ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Kate Cherry, Director and Chief Executive Officer of the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) will step down this week, having started in the role in November 2016.
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