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Will Trice is the newly appointed Executive Artistic Director of the Arkansas Repertory Theatre.
He has served as a producer for nearly 30 productions on Broadway, the West End, and National Tours, and is a three-time Tony Award winner for All The Way, starring Bryan Cranston; the Steppenwolf Theatre Company’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?; and The Gershwins' Porgy & Bess, starring Audra McDonald..
Prior to his career in producing, Trice served as a Business Analyst with management consulting firm McKinsey & Company, an Artistic Administration Associate with The Metropolitan Opera, and a Strategic Growth Associate with alternative asset managers D.E. Shaw & Company. He holds degrees from Southern Methodist and Northwestern Universities.
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Last summer, Mrs. Elm got some bad news; she was diagnosed with incurable Dutch Elm disease. I was crushed at her prognosis and wrote about it in an earlier blog post. In that post, I professed that there are many unexplained miracles and cures that happen every day and, if there’s no scientific cure for Mrs. Elm, then it is time to move to plan B–a miracle. To enlist a miracle, you must have hope, faith, prayer, and ritual.