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Until then, Bielstein, 46, is squaring away her desk at Actors Theatre of Louisville, Ky., where she has been managing director for nine years. What else do you know of the Twin Cities as a theater town? Working together leverages our collective strengths. I don’t know enough in the community to see what’s needed. At Actors Theatre, we had several streams of programming and, of course, Humana [one of the nation’s premier festivals of new plays].

Before that, she spent 15 years in Chicago theater, with experience in administration, communications, fundraising and producing. A: I have visited five to six times over the last decade. I’m aware of the multiple companies and excited to see work at various theaters. Chicago, where I did a lot of my work, is a large theater community that is highly collaborative. I know the impact on the community is highly important to Joe as well. New work is tougher to sell, so we have done a lot to generate excitement among our local audience. A: We will rent initially and get a sense of the different neighborhoods.

I think it will feel very similar, but I will not be reporting to the board. Q: You know the Twin Cities for its artistic reputation.

Q: What’s your philosophy on office politics, a big part of a collaborative industry? Do you have other impressions on what might be our signature characteristics?

We tested the concern that younger people are more interested in social media than art. All of the new work and the writers we get to read and produce. Q: The low in Minneapolis [last weekend] will be 9 below zero.


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