BOARD OF DIRECTORS
MICHAEL GILLETTE, M.D., M.S.P.H
Michael Gillette is a physician and classically trained composer who joined the TWTC board in 2017. Previously, Michael worked with the company on sound design and original composition for their productions of The Mutilated and Camino Real. Michael studied music composition at the Hartt School and his interests range from traditional orchestral music to avant-garde fusion. Michael is in on faculty at the Tulane School of Medicine and Co-Director of the Tulane RIGHT Global Health Program. He is a resident of the Historic Lower 9th Ward and is committed to the resiliency and artistic vibrancy of our city.
AUGUSTIN J CORRERO, M.F.A
Augustin is the Co-Founding Artistic Director of TWTC.
See his staff bio above.
LORNA SEYBOLT, M.D.
Lorna is a pediatrician and infectious disease specialist. Originally from New England she moved to New Orleans 10 years ago and works with people living with HIV and hepatitis at a community health center in the city. She has had a lifelong interest in the performing and visual arts and balances medicine with writing and photography.
SCOTT R. KING
Scott King lives in New Orleans and New York. After a career on Wall Street as a biotechnology investment analyst, he became a serial entrepreneur specializing in autologous stem cell therapy. Scott and his partner Dave Hurlbert founded the Marigny Opera House. He is also a composer working currently on the musical Perfectly Imperfect.
Gwendolyn Foxworth, BSN, MSN, FNP, CDC
Gwendolyne Foxworth is a native of North Carolina and a spiritual native of New Orleans, LA, where she has resided for more than 35 years. She is a graduate of Hampton University, Hampton VA / BSN; University of Alabama in Birmingham / MSN, and Post Masters Certification / FNP from LSUHSC. She is a Nurse Practitioner currently practicing part time in the area of Diabetes Care and Education. She has had a lifelong passion for science and the arts!
She inherited her passion for Theatre from her Mother, who was a High School French and English teacher, as well as Drama Club Director. She has a particular interest and commitment to creating and supporting opportunities for disadvantaged youth to participate and develop potential talent and life enhancing appreciation for Theatre Arts!
LaKesha Glover, M.B.A
LaKesha Glover is the founder and executive producer of Tootsie Productions, which is in production for a web-series called Rosebud. Ms. Glover moved back to New Orleans in 2015 after working as a Director of Education at the Boys and Girls Club in Los Angeles for over 7 years. Ms. Glover has performed in several productions around the Greater New Orleans Area and has made TWTC her home since their second show of the first season, when she starred in Small Craft Warnings. LaKesha believes in TWTC's mission to highlight such an important playwright, who fell in love with the city of New Orleans the same way she has.
Jeffrey LaHoste founded Tectonic Theater Project with Moisés Kaufman. He was nominated for a Best Play Tony Award for 33 Variations and an Emmy Award as a writer of the HBO film adaptation of The Laramie Project. Laramie won the Humanitas Prize, the National Board of Review, and the GLAAD Media Award, and was the opening night selection of the Sundance Film Festival. Jeffrey wrote The Very Extraordinary Mr. Law, which was presented at the Colorado New Play Festival. He teaches Moment Work, Tectonic’s method for devising theater.
ELEANOR PRITCHARD, PhD
Nori Pritchard is a Ben Franklin alum who holds a PhD in Biomedical Engineering. She is a co-owner of NOLA Craft Culture in Mid-City and mother to two little boys, Matthew and Tommy, who she is raising in Mid-City with her husband Nathaniel Twarog.
JAMES C. MARCHANT, J.D., Ph.D.
Dr. James C. Marchant is the Associate Director of the School of the Arts and the Program Coordinator for the graduate program in Arts Administration at the University of New Orleans. He also serves on the Board of Directors of Lyrica Baroque and Social Theory, Politics, & the Arts. Previously, Dr. Marchant headed programs in Arts Administration at Elon University, Southern Utah University, and the Savannah College of Art & Design. He received his Doctor of Philosophy degree from The Ohio State University in the area now known as Arts Administration, Education and Policy. He also received his Juris Doctor degree from Temple University Beasley School of Law and his undergraduate degree from The American University. He has worked extensively in the nonprofit sector, both with arts and social service organizations. Dr. Marchant is interested in issues surrounding controversial and provocative art, their place in social justice development throughout the world, and the effect they have on nonprofit arts organizations and their communities. He is also interested in how the arts are utilized to develop, strengthen, and revitalize communities.
Nick is the Co-Founding Artistic Director of TWTC.
See his staff bio above.
Ryan Delaney, Esq.
Ryan Glorioso, CSA
Dr. Kenneth Holditch
Robert Lucien Larrivière
Paul J. Willis