Joanie Schultz, Artistic Director
Joanie Schultz came to WaterTower Theatre in December of 2016. Before WaterTower, Joanie served as Associate Artistic Producer at Victory Gardens Theater, as part of the Leadership U One-on-One Fellowship funded by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation administered through TCG, the national non-profit regional theatre service organization. She is also a freelance director, with recent productions at Kansas City Repertory Theatre, Studio Theatre, The Cleveland Play House, Goodman Theatre, Steppenwolf Theatre, and Victory Gardens Theater.
She was a Drama League Fellow, The Goodman Theatre Michael Maggio Director Fellow; the SDSF Denham Fellow; and Lincoln Center Theatre Directors Lab participant. She is an ensemble member at Steep Theatre, Artistic Associate at Victory Gardens Theater, and artistic cabinet member at Studio Theatre in Washington, DC. She is currently on adjunct faculty in directing at Columbia College and University of Chicago. She received her B.A. in Theatre/Directing at Columbia College and her M.F.A. in Theatre Directing from Northwestern University.
Greg Patterson, Managing Director
Greg joined WaterTower Theatre as Director of Development in June 2008. In 2010, he was promoted to Director of Development and Marketing, overseeing a combined development, marketing and communications department. In May, 2016, the Board of Directors of WaterTower Theatre named him Managing Director. During his career in non-profit arts management, Greg has held a variety of senior development, marketing and communications positions with The National Ballet of Canada (Director of Marketing), American Ballet Theatre (Director of Marketing and Communications), English National Ballet (Director of Development, Marketing and Education), Los Angeles Opera (Director of Marketing and Communications), The Atlanta Opera (Senior Director, Development and Public Affairs), San Jose Repertory Theater (Director of External Affairs), The Laguna Playhouse (Director of Development and Marketing), the Orange County Performing Arts Center (Vice President, Marketing and Communications), and the Dallas Theater Center (Director of Marketing). Greg serves on the Board of the Addison Business Association and was recently appointed to the Aging Mind Foundation Gala Committee. He is the recipient of several Telly Awards, including two Silver Telly’s as well as a “Webby Award” for best non-profit arts website (San Jose Repertory Theatre). Toronto-born, Greg is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario with a Honors Bachelor of Arts and is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP).
Delynda Johnson Moravec, Director of Finance & Administration
Delynda Johnson Moravec has more than 25 years of corporate management experience, including working with such prestigious companies as Cooper Wellness Strategies -- an affiliate of Cooper Aerobics, and MBNA America. Delynda has a Bachelor of Science degree in Operations Management and a minor in Voice Performance from the University of Delaware. Delynda currently serves on the board of directors for DFW Actors Give Back which has donated over $35,000 to local non-profit children’s groups including the Children’s Cancer Fund. She has previously served on the boards of The Texas Gilbert and Sullivan Society, The FIG Theater Company, and Our Productions (formerly FMPAT Performing Arts Theatre). Since moving back to Texas in 1996 Delynda has appeared in more than sixty shows all over the Metroplex, including work at WaterTower Theatre.
Bradley Gray, Director of Production
Bradley joined the WaterTower Staff in 2015 as the Technical Director. In September of 2016, he was promoted to Director of Production. Bradley has also served as Scenic Designer for several productions with WaterTower including The Gospel According to Thomas Jefferson, Charles Dickens, and Count Leo Tolstoy: Discord, Lord of the Flies, Bright Half Life and Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash. After his education at Texas Wesleyan University, Bradley has since worked on over 80 productions in all aspects of design and technical direction with various theatre companies such as African American Repertory Theatre, Amphibian Stage Productions, Artes de la Rosa, Kitchen Dog Theater, Lakeside Community Theatre, and Tarrant County Community College NW.
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