Rosalind Grush is the Co-Artistic Director of The Tank, a non-profit theater company dedicated to new work by emerging artists. In her time with The Tank, she produced two Drama Desk-nominated shows in the Unique Theatrical Experience category and four shows that were named New York Times Critics’ Picks, in addition to spearheading many new artistic and organizational programs and initiatives. She has worked in various administrative capacities with Obie Award-winning theater company The Civilians, The Playwrights Realm, Ars Nova, Pearldamour, Wolf 359, Sinking Ship Productions, Glass Bandits, and more. She has been a script-reader for SPACE on Ryder Farm, The Playwrights Realm, and The Relentless Theater Award. She has been on grant panels for the Department of Cultural Affairs of the City of New York, Brooklyn Arts Council, and A.R.T./NY's Nancy Quinn Fund. She has been a guest speaker for classes at the Columbia Graduate School of the Arts, Bard College, Baruch College, and others. She has written several scripts that have been read or produced at The Tank. She is a graduate of Columbia University and grew up in Los Angeles.
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Hashtag Fair Wage in the Offices Near the Stage; Or, Wacky Ideas for Finding More Money So We Can Pay Theatre People MoreRosalind Grush discusses why salaries for many arts administrators are lower than they should be, and offers some solutions.