Sheryl Chen is works in Theater, Dance & Media at Harvard. In addition, Sheryl leads tours and art-making activities in the Artful Adventures and Gallery Learning programs at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and coordinates volunteers for the OFA's ARTS FIRST Performance Fair. Most recently, Sheryl worked as the Education & Outreach Programs Manager at the Boch Center (formerly Citi Performing Arts Center), where she oversaw various performing arts, leadership, and social justice-based programming for Boston teens. Sheryl received her BA in the History of Art from the University of California, Berkeley and Ed.M in Arts in Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Executive Director 2017, 2018, 2019 Assistant Director 2014
Elizabeth is a Mellon Fellow at the Council for European Studies at Columbia University where she serves as the Literature Editor of EuropeNow. She is also a PhD candidate in the English Department at Harvard University. Her dissertation, Bored to Life: Affect, Audience, and the Modern Stage, examines the symbiotic histories of theatrical innovation and boring aesthetics from Maeterlinck to Beckett.