Taibi Magar

Co-Artistic Director

Co Artistic Director Taibi Magar smiling in the SRT

Taibi Magar is an Egyptian-American director, based in New York, whose work is focused at the intersection of imagination and social justice. After all, if you can’t imagine it, you can’t fight for it. Because of this, her work is known for being visually and theatrically explosive, grounded in potent performances, and always fighting for the underdog.

She is a graduate of the Brown University MFA program. Most recently she directed Help (The Shed), Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 (Signature Theatre, Lortel-winning). Other NY credits include: Capsule by Whitney White and Peter Mark Kendall (Under the Radar Festival/The Public Theater, co-directed with Tyler Dobrowsky) Blue Ridge starring Marin Ireland and The Great Leap starring BD Wong (Atlantic Theater Company); Is God Is (Soho Rep, 2018 Obie Award;) Master (The Foundry, NYT Critics Pick); and Underground Railroad Game (Ars Nova, NYT Critics Pick). She also premiered the new musicals Macbeth In Stride and l We Live In Cairo at A.R.T. Boston. Additionally, she is attached to developing the commercial theatrical adaptation of Wonder by Jill Furman (book by Bess Wohl, music and lyrics by A Great Big World). Regional: CTG, Woolly Mammoth Theatre, Alley Theatre, The Guthrie Theater, and Seattle Repertory Theatre, among others. International: Hamburg Festival, Edinburgh Festival, Malthouse Theatre (Melbourne), and Soho Theatre (London). Other: She is the recipient of a Stephen Sondheim Fellowship, Oregon Shakespeare Festival Fellowship, Public Theater Shakespeare Fellowship, and TFANA Actors and Director Project Fellowship. Taibi is an alumni of the Lincoln Center Directors Lab and a NYTW Usual Suspect.

She received an Obie Award in 2018 and the SDC Breakout Award in 2019. Taibi has directed and taught at many academic institutions, including University of the Arts, Juilliard, Fordham University, New York University and Brown University.

Tyler Dobrowsky

Co-Artistic Director

Co-Artistic Director, Tyler Dobrowsky smiling inside the SRT

Tyler Dobrowsky is a theater director, producer, and educator. For over ten years, he worked at Trinity Repertory Company, a Tony Award-winning theater located in Providence, RI, as their Associate Artistic Director and Director of New Play Development, where he oversaw their education, community engagement, and artistic departments. While there he commissioned a number of writers and artists, such as George Brant, Charise Castro-Smith, Jackie Sibblies Drury, Miranda Rose Hall, Orlando Hernandez, James Ijames, Katie Pearl, Deb Salem Smith, Mark Valdez, Whitney White, Laurie Woolery, and Lauren Yee. Tyler also produced the stage adaptation of Mike Stanton’s New York Times best-seller, The Prince of Providence, which became Trinity Rep’s highest selling show of all time. Among his proudest accomplishments at Trinity Rep include co-founding YASI, Trinity Rep’s summer camp for young people, and, working with Rebecca Noon, Marta Martinez, and Rhode Island Latino Arts to develop a free, bilingual, mobile theater program, Teatro en el Verano, which continues to bring bilingual theater to communities across Rhode Island. Favorite directing credits include: A  Midsummer Night’s Dream, Little Shop of Horrors, and the world premiere of Into The Breeches at Trinity Rep, Macbeth in Stride at A.R.T.; The Big Meal and Morality Play at the Gamm Theater; Capsule for The Public’s Under the Radar Festival; and working with the MFA students at PlayMakers/UNC and Asolo Rep/FSU. He has taught at Boston University, the Brown/Trinity Rep MFA program, NYU/Tisch, Rhode Island College, and a number of other colleges and universities. Most recently he was the Practitioner-in-Residence at Brown University’s Swearer Center for Public Service, where he and his wife, Taibi Magar, collaborated with the City of Providence to direct and produce a community-infused public art project entitled “A Pageant for Providence,” featuring over 100 local artists. Tyler studied history, theater, and Russian at Holy Cross and received his Masters in Urban Education Policy from Brown University. 

Margo Moskowitz

Managing Director

Margo Moskowitz joined the Philadelphia Theatre Company in 2018 as the General Manager and in 2024, assumed the role of Managing Director. During her time at the Philadelphia Theatre Company, she streamlined many of the financial and human resources processes, while also overseeing artist contracting, company management, and union relationships. Prior to Philadelphia, she spent eight years at Atlanta’s Tony Award-winning Alliance Theatre, where she worked on over 75 productions – many of them world premieres (her favorite) and commercially enhanced productions. In Atlanta, Margo was a panelist for the Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs and the C4 Ignite Arts program. She graduated from the College of Charleston with a B.A. in arts management and a minor in theatre. Margo is married to Ben Tilley and they are the proud parents of Clark.

Jeffrey L. Page

Resident Artist

Jeffrey L. Page is an opera and theatre director of both classical and contemporary works. As director and choreographer, he spearheaded the Tokyo production of Memphis, which received four Yomiuri Award nominations, including Best Musical. The first African American to be named the Marcus Institute Fellow for Opera Directing at the Juilliard School, he has also been nominated for an Emmy Award, and won an MTV Video Music Award for his work with Beyoncé. His work was featured on Beyoncé’s “The Formation World Tour,” in her historic Coachella performance, and in two of her HBO specials. Page was the associate creative director for Mariah Carey’s “Sweet, Sweet Fantasy” European Tour, and has been a featured choreographer on Fox’s “So You Think You Can Dance.”  He recently directed MAKING MICHEAUX (Book and lyrics by JESSE L. KEARNEY, JR. Music by ALPHONSO HORNE) for Prospect Theatre in NYC.

As a performer, Page was in the original Broadway cast of Fela! and choreographed the Broadway musical Violet starring Sutton Foster. At the Barrington Theatre Company,  Page won a Berkshire Theater Award for Joe Iconis’ Broadway Bounty Hunter. In 2016, he established Movin’ Legacy as an Indianapolis-based nonprofit organization dedicated to the ethnology and documentation of contemporary and traditional dance from Africa and the African diaspora. He holds a Master’s of Fine Arts degree, (Theatre Directing) from Columbia University in New York City, and has been awarded the Chuck Davis Emerging Choreographer Fellowship from the Brooklyn Academy of Music.

Jeffrey joined Harvard University as a Lecturer in Theater, Dance and Media. Currently, he is preparing to choreograph and co-direct, with Diane Paulus, the upcoming Broadway production of 1776, after premiering at the American Repertory Theatre at Harvard University.

You can hear Jeffrey every Friday at noon on Philadelphia’s WURD, as he co-moderates STAGE DOOR, a weekly radio show covering Arts & Culture, with Tiffany Bacon, host of THE SOURCE.


Production Manager: Jacob Gilbert
Associate Production Manager: Sydney Justice
Head Carpenter: Dan Barland
Video Supervisor: Brian Morsberger
Wardrobe Supervisor: Danielle Joh
Lighting Supervisor: Colin Lang
Assistant Carpenter:  Patrick Dougherty
Assistant Lighting Supervisor: Jeremy Hugo
Sound Supervisor: Olivia Denison
Assistant Audio Supervisor – Annemarie Scerra
Wardrobe Assistant: Sabrina Reichert
House Assistant: Kelly Palmer, Heather Pynne
Props Artisan: Alicia Crosby


Tessitura Manager: Amy Wilson
Co-Manager of Audience Services: Lauren Davenport
Co-Manager of Audience Services: Jonathan Wallace
Audience Services Associates: Nickolette Jones, Emily Wanamaker

Patron Services Manager: Haley Fluke
Front of House Managers: Andrew Beal, Caitlyn Davis, Roxanne Geers, Tom Irvin, Lisa Johnson, Nickolette Jones, Mark Marano, Evan Mayorga, Bella Saltzer, Derek Smith

Custodians: Anago Cleaning Systems


Marketing and Creative Content Specialist: Haley Potter
Public Relations: En Route


Institutional Giving Manager: Olivia Broderick
Development Operations Associate: Sharese Reynolds


Finance & Office Associate: Emily Cross


Director of Education & Public Programs: Anjoli Santiago