Daniel Elihu Kramer became Producing Artistic Director of Chester Theatre Company in 2015, after four seasons as Associate Artistic Director. At CTC, he has directed shows such as Every Brilliant Thing, Sister Play, The Turn of the Screw, Tryst, The Amish Project, and Blink, and he wrote Pride@Prejudice and My Jane.
Angela Combest comes to CTC from Chicago, where she was Executive Director of River North Chicago Dance Company. Prior to that, she was with Hubbard Street Dance Chicago. She has held nearly every job one can hold in the performing arts, from set designer to grant writer to AEA stage manager. Angela is also a fiber artist, and she owned and operated a yarn dyeing business for the past several years.
Erin joined CTC as the Production and Operations Manager in February of 2015 after four summers as a stage manager with the company. At CTC, she has stage managed Crime and Punishment, The Betrothed, Arms on Fire, and Blink. Previously she was the Production Coordinator for the Dance program for the University of Maryland, College Park and a freelance AEA stage manager in Washington, DC.
Dan’s career in theater began at the age of 15 when he joined Connecticut’s Open Stage Company as percussionist/composer. His work includes a 10-year stint at Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater where he served as Artistic Director. He has been a research consultant for television, has appeared as a commentator in films on PBS and on BBC TV. Dan is the author of ten books, including Windmills of New England, and the new Cape Cod National Seashore: The First 50 Years.