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Anne Hamburger

Anne Hamburger founded and led En Garde Arts from 1985 through 1999–pioneering site-specific theatre in New York–and relaunched the company in 2014. In between, Anne served as Artistic Director of La Jolla Playhouse, and later as Executive Vice President at Disney, leading the creative development and production of all the major stage shows for the parks worldwide. Anne is a member of the League of Professional Theatre Women and is the recipient of an Exceptional Merit in Media Award from the National Political Women’s Caucus. She graduated with a Master of Fine Arts degree from the Yale School of Drama and is currently adjunct faculty for the graduate Theatre Program at Columbia University School of the Arts. She is Executive Producer of En Garde Arts.

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The Why and How of Site-Specific
Essay

The Why and How of Site-Specific

From Then to Now

2 May 2019

Anne Hamburger, founder of En Garde Arts, talks about the beginnings of her company, and, with it, the beginnings of site-specific theatre in New York City.

Imagining What You Think You Can’t Imagine
Essay

Imagining What You Think You Can’t Imagine

A Conversation between Morgan Jenness, Anne Hamburger, and Seth Bockley

29 January 2017

Morgann Jenness facilitates a conversation with Anne Hamburger and Seth Bockley on their collaborative development and production of Wilderness.