Caitlin Teeley leaves artistic post at GhostLit Repertory Theatre Company

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The Berkshire Eagle

SOUTH EGREMONT — Caitlin Teeley is stepping down as co-founding artistic director of GhostLit Repertory Theatre Company "in order to pursue personal creative projects," she said in a news release.

Teeley and creative partner Harrison Lang — who will now serve as sole artistic director of GhostLit Rep — have jointly led the theater company over the past three years. "Both parties have come to an understanding and believe this is best for the future of GhostLit Rep," the news release says.

"We are so very sad to see the departure of such a brilliant talent, and I only wish Caitlin the absolute best and many wonderful successes on her future creative endeavors," Lang said in the news release.

"I have always thought the world of her talent, and having had the great privilege to work alongside her these past three years, I know she will continue to create beautiful and meaningful work."

"Harrison will continue to do beautiful things with the organization," said Teeley. "Being able to collaborate with such an extraordinary group of performers, and the productions we have mounted together has been the proudest achievement of my life.

"The next chapter for myself and GhostLit alike promises to be the best one yet, and I'm excited to continue to evolve with my craft with a mix of new and familiar faces."

Next up for GhostLit Rep is "What Sondheim Means to Me," an evening of storytelling and music that pays tribute to Broadway composer Stephen Sondheim while also celebrating his 90th birthday. The performance is set for 7 p.m. March 27 at The Foundry in West Stockbridge. Complete information is available online at ghostlitrep.com.

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