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Broadway Producer Chosen To Direct Kennedy Center’s Theatre Program

Finn, 46, who will report to Robert van Leer, the center’s senior vice president for artistic planning, said in an interview that part of what made the job so attractive was the commitments Rutter and van Leer made to commissioning more theater pieces and in the center producing more original projects.
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