Emily Stilson, seventy years old and a celebrated former aviatrix and stunt pilot, suffers a stroke and is plunged into a world of disorient...
Adapted for the stage by Ismail Khalidi & Naomi Wallace.
It's 1968, twenty years after the creation of the state of Israel...
A rugged, American adventurer (and international smuggler) and a beautiful Japanese art historian discover a priceless, potentially history-...
Christmas time is always a wild affair at the Shealy home in the heart of Philly's African-American community. But this year as Dotty strugg...
"Bridges Stage Company is dedicated to producing world-class, multi-ethnic theatre that builds awareness, understanding, and acceptance of all people and cultures. Its programs explore our similarities and celebrate our differences in the hope of bringing us closer together."
We at Bridges Stage Company acknowledge that we live, work, learn and perform on the unceded ancestral lands of the Duwamish people. A people that are still here, continuing to honor and bring to light their ancient heritage.
Elisha Bell is the Program Financial Investment Partner: Global Health for The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. she is a Senior Financial, Strategy, and Business Process Specialist with extensive experience in Non-Profit Industries.
Aaron has been a theatre director for 47 years and has directed for theatres across the U.S. Productions of his have been nominated for the NY Drama Desk Award, and is a graduate of North Carolina School of the Arts, University of Washington and in London studied under James Dodding and the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Krista is an award-winning researcher and instructor. She holds a Ph.D. in English literature and a Certificate in Non-Profi Fundraising Management from the University of Washington, Seattle. She taught literature and writing composition at UW for 10 years. She also graduated from Auburn University and Biola University and is a perpetual member of the Torrey Honors College. She is currently a Major Gifts Officer at Seattle's Union Gospel Mission.
Lois has designed organizational change programs, created and implemented operational and strategic goals, and created collaborative partnerships for such companies as Starbucks, Citibank, and Safeco.
Karen was the Founder & Artistic Director of ArtsWest. She studied with the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Paula Vogel. A member of the Dramatist Guild, she was one of 50 writers selected to be part of the Kennedy Center Playwrights Intensive.
Andrew most recently worked for Intellectual Ventures as Director of Investor Relations and Lead Portfolio Architect, managing the portfolio construction & acquisition in the Enterprise Software & Data Center industries. He is currently the Director of Intellectual Property Development for NantWorks. He has 25 years of experience in technology, law & policy.
David was the Controller of Seattle Theatre Group (The Paramount, Moore and Neptune Theatres) for 13 years and then the Seattle Symphony Orchestra for 5 years. Prior to this, he worked in corporate financial reporting and internal auditing for Fortune 500 companies and public accounting firms. He is a graduate of the Universities of Wisconsin and Washington.
Elaine joined the Allen Institute for Brain Science in 2006 as a Scientific Program Manager. Her project portfolio included the Allen Human Brain Atlas. Dr. Shen is now the managing owner of Seattle Changing Room where her focus is movement education.
Azadeh is an architectural designer for ZGF Architects LLP where she works on design development and construction drawings of a wide variety of buildings. Prior to this she worked as a graphic designer for Dialog, Sinclair Studio and Sandalack & Associates in Canada. She is a graduate of the University of Calgary.
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Bridges Stage Company believes in the power of theatre as a platform for voices and viewpoints to be expressed and heard, which act as a springboard for listening and conversation. Through both the presentation of comedic and dramatic plays that address the social issues, human difficulties, and cultural and ethnic challenges facing all of us today, we create forums for discussion. The goal of all our work is to promote understanding, tolerance and acceptance of all people. We do this through the presentation of plays by writers from a multitude of ethnicities, cultures, and religions whose works offer a world of perspectives and insights into the human condition. A theatre company for the 21st Century!
We are Seeking a Culturally Diverse Board of Directors with the Following Qualifications:
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