Lee Sunday Evans Named New Artistic Director at Waterwell | Playbill

Off-Broadway News Lee Sunday Evans Named New Artistic Director at Waterwell The Obie Award-winning director will succeed co-founding artistic director Tom Ridgely.
Lee Sunday Evans

Lee Sunday Evans is set to replace Tom Ridgely as Artistic Director for Waterwell. A veteran director and choreographer who has worked at institutions such as The Public Theater, Lincoln Center, Playwrights Horizons and BAM, Evans has also worked with Waterwell for many years. Evans won an Obie Award in 2015 for directing Kate Benson's A Beautiful Day in November on the Banks of the Greatest of the Great Lakes.

Said Evans in a statement, “I am thrilled to join Waterwell and build on their legacy of creating fervently contemporary, wildly engaging works of theater that have arresting civic questions at their core."

Waterwell is a not for profit focused on civic duty and inspiring change through theater, education, and film. Co-founded by Tom Ridgely and Arian Moayed in 2002, Waterwell is known for its diversity of theatrical performances, dramatic teachings, and stagings of new works. Her position completes the new leadership team, which also includes Arian Moayed, Managing Director Adam J. Frank, and Director of Education Heather Lanza.

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