Natasha Sinha Named Director Of Artistic Programs at Signature Theatre
Natasha Sinha will join Signature Theatre as Director of Artistic Programs, the company announced today. Ms. Sinha has previously worked as LCT3/Lincoln Center Theater's Associate Director and Barrington Stage Company's Associate Producer.
Artistic Director Paige Evans said, "I worked closely with Natasha Sinha for four years while at LCT3/Lincoln Center Theater, and I'm delighted she'll be joining us at Signature. Natasha has great taste, intelligence and insight, as well as strong collaborations with artists. I know she will be a terrific addition to our outstanding artistic staff, led by Associate Artistic Director Beth Whitaker."
Ms. Sinha will join Signature beginning December 3.
ABOUT Natasha Sinha
Natasha Sinha is a producer and dramaturg, focusing on new work. She is the Associate Director of LCT3/Lincoln Center Theater, which exclusively produces premieres (including Pulitzer-Prize-winning Disgraced by Ayad Akhtar, Rude Mechs' Stop Hitting Yourself, Dave Malloy's Preludes, War by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, Ghost Light by Third Rail Projects, Martyna Majok's queens, and Antoinette Nwandu's Pass Over). She also recently kicked off the LCT3 Spotlight Series with Shabash!, hosted by Danny Pudi and Parvesh Cheena. In addition to producing and developing new plays, Natasha has worked on new musicals, including projects by Michael R. Jackson, Sukari Jones & Troy Anthony, Grace McLean, Shakina Nayfack, Sam Salmond, and Kit Yan & Melissa Li. Natasha is a co-founder of Beehive Dramaturgy Studio, which works with individual generative artists as well as organizations such as Page 73, Musical Theatre Factory, Astoria Performing Arts Center, and SDC. Prior to LCT3, she was the Associate Producer at Barrington Stage Company. Natasha is on the Advisory Boards of SPACE on Ryder Farm and Musical Theatre Factory (where she co-moderates MTF's POC Roundtable for musical artists of color, and advises on various programs). She has served as a judge on many award committees, taught classes, and created other events to center new voices from historically underrepresented communities.