Chip Miller to Depart Kansas City Repertory Theatre Chip Miller to Depart Kansas City Repertory Theatre
The Kansas City Repertory Theatre has announced that Associate Artistic Director Chip Miller will be leaving the company following his turn as director for... Chip Miller to Depart Kansas City Repertory Theatre

Pictured: Chip Miller

The Kansas City Repertory Theatre has announced that Associate Artistic Director Chip Miller will be leaving the company following his turn as director for SCHOOL GIRLS; OR THE AFRICAN MEAN GIRLS PLAY.

Miller will be heading to Oregon to begin his tenure as Associate Producer for Portland Center Stage, the same company former KCRep Associate Artistic Director Marissa Wolf departed for in order to take up the role as PCS’s Artistic Director.

“It is bittersweet to be leaving my first artistic home, but I am incredibly grateful for the six years of experiences, friendships and great theatre that KCRep has allowed me. I am ecstatic to be relocating to Portland to work with the amazing Marissa Wolf and the awesome staff at PCS. ”

“One of my fondest memories over the past four seasons I’ve been at KCRep will be working with and learning from Chip,” Interim Artistic Director Jason Chanos said. “I have never met a more passionate and committed advocate of the theatre or the Kansas City community. We will miss him greatly and know he will be a part of the KCRep family for years to come.”

Abigail Trabue Managing Editor

Abigail is the managing editor of PerformInk. She enjoys coffee, converting school buses into RV's and coffee. Abigail holds a degree in Musical Theater from Columbia College Chicago and in her former life was an actor/director/choreographer. In her present life, she's still those things but in addition, she's raising three kids w/ her partner and PerformInk publisher Jason Epperson. You can find her on Twitter @AbigailTrabue

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