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Terry Byrne
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Lyndsay Allen Cox

Lyndsay Allyn Cox
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Lyndsay Allyn Cox is a Boston based artist, curator, and activist. She is currently the Director of Theatre Arts at the Boston Center for the Arts where she launched BCA’s #HellaBlack series. Lyndsay holds a BA in Theatre Performance and a minor in Vocal Music from Appalachian State University. Prior to joining the staff at the BCA, she was the Development Manager at Company One Theatre. From 2012-2017, Lyndsay was the Managing Director for Fresh Ink Theatre Company, a small company dedicated to developing new work by New England based playwrights. During her early years as an arts administrator, Lyndsay volunteered with companies including New Exhibition Room and The Theater Offensive. She is currently a  member of the Network for Arts Administrator of Color’s (NAAC) steering committee. In 2019 Lyndsay was selected by WBUR’s The ARTery as one of the 25 millennials of color impacting Boston’s arts and culture scene. As an actor, Lyndsay has worked on productions with several theatre companies including: Bright Half Life (Actors’ Shakespeare Project); Three Musketeers (Greater Boston Stage) Caroline, or Change (Moonbox Productions); Winter People (Boston Playwrights' Theatre); With Glittering Eyes (Hibernian Hall); Leftovers (Company One); Crossing Flight (TC Squared); Men On Boats (SpeakEasy); Barbecue (Lyric Stage); By The Way, Meet Vera Stark (Lyric Stage); and The Overwhelming (Company One). TV and film credits include: Consumed (dir. Sloane Turner).  Lyndsay is a member of the Network of Arts Administrators of Color, Stage Source, and the Actors’ Equity Association. LyndsayAllynCox.com

 

 

David Dalena

David Dalena
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A former board member of StageSource, David Dalena has been a leader in New England’s nonprofit arts and culture sector for more than two decades. He currently serves as Senior Development Officer at the Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy, the non-profit responsible for the management and care of The Greenway, the contemporary park in downtown Boston. He oversees the Conservancy’s major donor program, generating vital revenue to support the Conservancy’s vision of The Greenway as a vibrant gathering place that provides healthy green space and raises the standard of excellence for urban park management. As founder and principal of Strategic Advancement, David provides expert leadership and consulting services for cultural organizations in need of marketing/ communications strategy, organizational planning, and revenue development. In that capacity he recently served as consulting Interim Development Director at Merrimack Repertory Theater. From 2012-2016 David led marketing, development and communications initiatives at the Huntington Theatre Company, Boston’s leading professional theatre company, as Senior Director of External Relations. From 1999-2011, he was Vice President for Marketing, Development, and Communications at the Celebrity Series of Boston, and from 1992-1999 led communications and audience development operations at The Bushnell Memorial Hall in Hartford, Connecticut. David serves on the advisory committee of Brighter Boston, a mentorship program that provides teenagers with professional internships in lighting design, technical theatre, and event production. He was a member of the advisory committee of the ArtsBoston Audience Initiative, a groundbreaking regional collaborative that serves as a national model for data-centered audience development, and was a co-founder of its predecessor, the Big List. David is a graduate of the Hartt School of Music of the University of Hartford. He is a resident of West Roxbury, Massachusetts and Boothbay Harbor, Maine, where he recently served on the board of the West Harbor Pond Watershed Association.

 

 

 

 

 

Michael A. Rosegrant

Michael A. Rosegrant
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Michael “Micah” A. Rosegrant is a community organizer descendent of Philippine islands and “American” farmlands who resides in Shawmut on occupied land of the Massachusett tribe. They sing for their ancestors—blood and otherwise—who could not. Currently, they are unlearning fear of their own rage to center presence, magic, and history in their work of dismantling oppression. Micah co-founded Asian American Theatre Artists of Boston (AATAB) and serves on the steering committee of Boston’s Asian Pacific Islander Arts Network. Their writing is published/forthcoming in  The Wave and Marías at Sampaguitas , and they create/share art in communities including Arts Connect International, BCYF Grove Hall Senior Center, Pao Arts Center, American Repertory Theatre, UMass Boston, and Boston University. michaelrosegrant.com @michael_arose on IG/Twitter

 

 

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Michael Travaglini
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Michael has been working in the fields of finance and banking for over 10 years.  He is currently working for Brookline Bank and prior to that, Eastern Bank and Principal Financial Group.  Michael is also completing his post graduate certificate in Certified Financial Planning (CFP) at Boston University.

 

When not working, Michael enjoys engaging with organizations that help others.  He has served on the boards of the Boston Children’s Theatre and the Greater Boston Business Council.  At GBBC, he led the non-profit groups and facilitated monthly networking luncheons.  Was a member of the steering committee for LGBT Aging Project, board member of Gay Men’s Domestic Violence Project and currently on the advisory council of StageSource.  He has also been a guest host on Boston Community Cable TV for “Employment for All”.


Prior to working in finance and banking, Michael worked in Higher Education Administration at Cambridge College and filled a variety of roles.  As Director of International Marketing & Recruitment, he was responsible for recruiting students from all over the world.  In the position of Director of New Program Development and Assistant to the Provost, his responsibilities included creating workshops, developing sites, creating certificate and degree programs.  Michael also served as Director of Admissions for the School of Management.  One his most gratifying achievements was workforce development training in Diversity Education where he trained hundreds of people for a large healthcare organization here in Boston.

 

Arthur Waldstein

Arthur Waldstein
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Arthur Waldstein was a member of the StageSource Board for over ten years.  He is an actor whose credits include  the recent Blood on The Snow (Bostonian Society, Old State House), and work with Lyric Stage (including IRNE and Norton award winning Into The Woods), Actors Shakespeare Project, Greater Boston Stage Company, Fresh Ink Theatre, Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, Apollinaire Theatre, Bad Habit Productions (including IRNE award winningArcadia), Happy Medium Theater, Arts After Hours, Boston Children’s Theatre, Fiddlehead Theatre, The Theater Offensive  and Chekhov Theatre and Film Company.  A retired lawyer, Arthur lives in Boston with his wife, Andrea.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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