Ian Tresselt, the new managing director of Everyman Theatre, is a Maryland native who has come home from New York, where he most recently served as director of Theater Operations at The New Victory Theater, a $7 million Broadway presenting house for children and families.
Tresselt, 36, has held top administrative positions at Classic Stage Company in New York City and The Odyssey Theatre Ensemble in Los Angeles. A graduate of Carnegie Mellon University's School of Drama, Tresselt lives in Mount Vernon.
A subscription to Everyman for everyone I know:
"Each play is a new journey."
Great-looking warm boots:
"I need them for my walk to work."
Street lights in the 1700 block of N. Charles St.:
"I want everyone in Baltimore to know where Everyman lives, and to 'shine a little light' on the Station North Arts District."
An Everyman T-shirt signed by Michael Phelps and his mom:
"In my travels around the state, I could wear this symbol of two Baltimore icons with pride."
Passes to Baltimore's theaters for all city high school students:
"I want them to experience live performances no matter how the school budget is shrinking."