Polyglot Theatre announces new Executive Producer Viv Rosman

Viv Rosman editorial AARPolyglot Theatre has announced Viv Rosman as the new Executive Producer and Co-CEO of Polyglot Theatre – commencing early September 2015.

“In a period of growth, with our markets expanding nationally and internationally, Viv will bring a wealth of senior experience to this co?CEO role,” says says Tom Gutteridge, Chair of the Polyglot Theatre Board. “As a producer and program manager for leading national organisations and festivals, as well as serving on the boards of Theatre Network NSW and Shopfront Youth Arts, she is well placed to drive Polyglot’s growth in the future. This is a very exciting time for the company.”

With seventeen years’ experience working in the arts sector, she was previously Deputy General Manager of Griffin Theatre Company and established the highly successful Managing and Producing Services (MAPS NSW) program at Performing Lines, through which she produced the work of leading contemporary performance makers including Branch Nebula, POST and Martin del Amo.

Rosman was Program Manager of Darwin Festival for three festivals and spent several years in the programming team of Sydney Festival, including producing the artistic program of the inaugural Festival First Night in 2008. She has also worked for Sydney Opera House and for many of the country’s major theatre companies.

“I am thrilled to be joining Sue and the wonderful team at Polyglot,” says Viv Rosman. “Polyglot is an extraordinary global ambassador for Australian theatre and an innovator in the creation of unique arts experiences. I look forward to building on the great achievements of outgoing Executive Producer Tamara Harrison, and to all the adventures ahead with Polyglot.”

In 2014, Polyglot Theatre performed over 108 performances of six touring works and four new works, facilitated three community engagement projects both in Australian and internationally, undertook five creative development processes and led over 107 workshops, all in all reaching more than 68,000 people in six different countries.

For more information, visit: www.polyglot.org.au for details.

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