Jane Jung, Talvin Wilks, Nile Harris, Sara Zatz, and Mei Ann Teo. (Picture via Maria Baranova.)
NEW YORK CITY: Ping Chong and Corporate (PCC) has named Mei Ann Teo the most recent member in their creative management group. Teo will paintings along Nile Harris, Jane Jung, Talvin Wilks, and Sara Zatz.
“We’re delighted that Mei Ann Teo is becoming a member of us to include PCC’s creative management group all the way through this era of organizational transition,” the group stated in a joint commentary. “Mei Ann brings a dynamic and clear-sighted creative imaginative and prescient and voice, and has been deeply engaged with PCC’s enduring creative values over time. The addition of Mei Ann to the group is an exhilarating convergence of recent management and creative probabilities.”
Teo is a queer immigrant from Singapore who makes theatre and picture on the intersection of creative and civic apply. Teo is a director, devisor, and dramaturg whose world credit come with Belgium’s Pageant de Liège, and the Edinburgh Pageant Fringe, in addition to gala’s in China and Singapore. U.S. theatres they’ve labored at come with Berkeley Repertory Theatre, the Goodman Theatre, the Playwrights Realm, Crowded Fireplace Theater, the Public Theater, Web page 73 Productions, and the Nationwide Black Theatre, amongst others. Teo up to now served because the creative director of the Musical Theatre Manufacturing facility and because the affiliate creative director and director of recent paintings at Oregon Shakespeare Pageant. In 2021, Teo directed the American premiere of Amy Berryman’s Walden at TheaterWorks Hartford, for which they gained Highest Director from the Connecticut Critics Circle. Teo may be the recipient of the League of Skilled Theatre Ladies’s Josephine Abady Award and the inaugural Lily Fan Director Award from the Lilly Awards.
“I’m totally excited to enroll in the Ping Chong and Corporate’s creative management group,” Teo stated in a commentary. “Ping Chong is a North Celebrity for me as a generative and actually expansive experimental pressure. I see the corporate’s subsequent bankruptcy as house for a group of such creative forces, and I will’t wait to construct with the brilliance of Nile, Jane, Talvin, and Sara.”
Ping Chong and Corporate creates theatre and artwork to show attractiveness, invention, precision, and a dedication to social justice. The corporate was once based via Ping Chong in 1975 and engages multigenerational, interdisciplinary artists to construct and increase upon Chong’s legacy. As of 2022, the theatre had the cheap of roughly $1.6 million.
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