Hattiloo Fellowship Cultivates Arts Managers


The arts administrators participating in the Black Theatre Managers Fellowship at Hattiloo: (clockwise from upper left) Kai EL’ Zabar, Christie M. Howard, Ayana Williams, and Rhonda Wilson.

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