Door Shakespeare expands its professional stature with the hiring of Terese Boeck as Company and Business Manager.
Ms. Boeck has contributed to the company since 1999 in various roles both paid and volunteer; as Box Office Manager, Playbill Advertizing Sales Manager as well other volunteer positions during the summer season and off-season. Terese brings these experiences and her long residency in Door County to Door Shakespeare’s expanding programs and audience services.
Uniquely qualified to understand the history of the company and its current culture, Terese also provides Door Shakespeare the opportunity to expand its management criteria, organization and administrative tools. Her experience with local business and other non-profits on the peninsula creates a perfect fit for this unique theater company’s organization.
“We couldn’t be more pleased with bringing Terese on board, “says Executive Director, Suzanne Graff. “Her outstanding ability to understand how theater works as a unique culture in the performing arts, as well as her management experience in the not-for-profit sector with constant communication on top of her ability to keep the books,makes her the dream candidate.”
Ms. Boeck is a former administrator of The Ephriam Foundation, owned her own business, Café Sole and has worked in many hospitality venues around the County. Kit Connor, Chair of Door Shakespeare’s Board of Directors feels that Teresa’s devotion and long association with the company and public relations skills make her an asset to Door Shakespeare.
“She has an investment in the company. And her exceptional energy toward seeing Door Shakespeare succeed will help Door Shakespeare to succeed.”
Ms. Boeck and her former husband, Jeff, relocated to Colorado a few years ago. Terese returned to Door County last summer after Jeff passed away. She began work immediately with Door Shakespeare in a sales position and later as the interim manager.
Ms. Boeck states, “I am delighted to continue my involvement with Door Shakespeare. To be part of this special dream that Fred Alley had, to bring classical theatre to Door County, is truly an honor.