Todd P. Lowe to Serve as Board President at Actors Theatre of Louisville
Actors Theatre of Louisville announces the new Board President as well as new appointments to the governing Board of Directors.
Todd P. Lowe will serve as the Board President. Lowe is President of Parthenon LLC, an independent registered investment advisory firm he co-founded in 1999. He serves on the boards of Louisville Public Media (immediate past chair), Kentucky Performing Arts Foundation, Kentucky College of Art+Design (immediate past chair), and Fund for the Arts (immediate past chair). He previously has chaired Speed Art Museum, South Arts and Kentucky Arts Council, and served on the board and executive committee of National Assembly of State Arts Agencies. He also served a number of years in a global volunteer leadership role for CFA Institute. Lowe is a resident of Shelby County.
"I'm pleased to be back in the board president role at Actors Theatre. I look forward to working with Robert and his outstanding staff and our dedicated board in a time where maximum creativity is needed. We all appreciate the good work done by Mac Thompson, my predecessor as president, who was instrumental in helping prepare Actors Theatre for this moment. "
The four new board members include:
· Natalia Bishop, Founder and Chief of Happiness at Level Up & Story Louisville
· David Tate, Managing Partner at BKD CPAs & Advisors
· Corrie Shull, Senior Pastor of the Burnett Avenue Baptist Church and member of the JCPS School Board representing District 6
· David Dove, Chief Executive Officer at Payment Alliance International
Executive Artistic Director Robert Barry Fleming shares,
“It is a great privilege to work alongside such a talented and multi-disciplinary group of board members. As our strongest advocates, they each play a critical role in supporting the team of artists and staff at Actors Theatre.”
Flexible, tiered subscription packages will be available beginning in July. Subscriber benefits will include on-demand access to the season’s projects, and new supplemental artistic content, resources and experiential activities like shared watch parties and talkbacks that we are designing to enhance audience engagement with the work. Learn more.
Current subscribers can learn more here. Digital single tickets will come on sale on a rolling schedule and feature pay-what-you-can pricing levels and opportunities to engage with supplemental artistic content throughout the season.
Additional artistic programming is under development, and these new projects will be added and announced at a later date.