AMERICAN THEATRE

Taking Care of Business

grant writing at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company. I’d graduated with a degree in international relations (seasoned with a multitude of theatre classes), and somewhere in the back of my mind I sensed that arts administration could be a legitimate career pursuit. At the time, Woolly’s offices were in the old choir loft of the Church of the Epiphany at 13th and G Streets in downtown Washington, D.C.; performances took place in the Parish Hall, where we set up and took down seating risers almost daily. Woolly’s acting

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