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ROSALIND BEVAN (she/her/hers — Roz for short!) brought her Southern California vibes all the way to the East Coast to study theatre arts at Boston University. She now engages with Boston's theatre scene in several ways — as a director to a producer to a dramaturg to a critic to an administrator. She is driven by theatre's unique ability to reflect the truth in front of us even if it's for one fleeting moment. She believes that the equitable sharing of resources and the amplification of diverse perspectives are vital to the advancement of the theatre industry.
She recently worked as the Casting & Producing Apprentice at the Huntington Theatre Company. She directed SCATTERED by Lisa Deily as part of the Boston Theatre Marathon, assistant directed GREATER GOOD by Kirsten Greenidge at Company One, and dramaturged CHOIR BOY at SpeakEasy Stage Company. Rosalind is also a freelance contributor to WBUR's The ARTery.
Rosalind holds a BFA in Theatre Arts: Design & Production from Boston University. At BU, she directed REVOLT. SHE SAID. REVOLT AGAIN. by Alice Birch, AM I BLUE by Beth Henley, and a new play, BONES LIKE DUST by Gina Femia.