Century Theater Announces New Members to Board of Directors and
2007-2008 Board Officers
The American Century
Theater elected two new members to the Board of Directors and elected
new Board Officers at its May 6, 2007 meeting. TACT is a mission
focused theater company dedicated to producing 20th Century
plays and musicals that are at risk of vanishing from the light
of American culture into the darkness.
work we do is a key cultural mission for the DC capital area. We
are making sure that the past is not lost and unable to inform us
today. This is a critical mission as the arts and theater especially
struggles into the 21st Century." said Jack Marshall,
CEO/Artistic Director, TACT.
Board members include:
Mahaley practices law with the firm of Heller Ehman, LLP in Washington,
DC. She specializes in litigation and alternate dispute resolution.
She has experience working with corporate boards on formation, governance,
and antitrust issues and non-profit board organizational issues.
She is a long-time arts patron and enthusiast. From Arlington, Virginia.
Anne Marie Plubell.
Plubell has extensive experience serving on nonprofit boards including
the Washington Performing Arts Society, the Washington Area Lawyers
for the Arts as well as the National Capital Area Red Cross. She
is currently a private consultant specializing in financial and
government issues for US-China business enterprises. From Washington,
delighted that Peri and Anne Marie have joined the American Century
Theater Board. They bring a wealth of hands-on non-profit experience
and a deep interest in the arts," said Wendy Kenney, TACT Board
Chair. "And, they have a great enthusiasm for the TACT mission;
one that is unique in the DC area."
elected officers of the American Century Theater Board are: Wendy
T. Kenney, Chair; Steven Scott Mazzola, Vice Chair/Secretary and
Ann Marie Plubell, Treasurer.
Century Theater is a 501(c)(3) professional non profit theater company
dedicated to producing great, important, and neglected 20th
Century American plays and playwrights. TACT is funded in part by
Arlington County through the Cultural Affairs Division of the Department
of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources and the Arlington Commission
for the Arts; the Virginia Commission for the Arts; and numerous
foundations and many generous donors.
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