Lindsay C. bids Adieu

After a great of consideration, I have decided to resign from my position at CoHo Productions, effective February 1, 2011. I am very proud of the work I have done for this company and the position it is in now, and so grateful to have been blessed with the opportunity to work with so many fantastic individuals. This company is no longer two men and a theater, or some nameless, faceless board of directors. It belongs to a handful of energetic volunteers, its dedicated patrons, and Portland’s professional theatre community. This company has produced a lot of very good work in the last few years, and it’s because of the renewed energy, support, and love from the community. You have always been the best thing about this organization, and the only reason to continue its legacy.

Stepping into my position as Interim Director is Susie Meadows. Besides being an excellent stage manager, I know her to be smart as a whip, organized, an excellent communicator, and to possess a sense of humour about her, which just happen to be the primary necessities for taking up the reins. You can be certain that Mrs. Meadows will continue this legacy of open and honest communication, organized and pleasant conflict resolution, and enthusiasm for our innovative co-production model.

Together, we will do everything in our power to make this transition the smoothest possible. We appreciate your patience and continued support during CoHo’s next stage of evolution.

— Lindsay C. Chamberlain

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