Joanie: In my case, the staff, managing director, and board had all been at WaterTower longer than I had. But it is also a founder-led theatre, so, for better or worse, everything has been built for the style and the evolution of that human being. I had a lot to learn because I was the new person. The leader and the new person at the same time.
When I know something, I know something. Joanie: You need to listen to the people around you. Every choice you make—not just the artistic choices, but how you budget, how you structure—all of that is part of the vision. And every level of the organization has to be on that same train.
Those small choices all build up, taking the train off the tracks. And the business and the art lining up is essential to success. And in order to start something from nothing, it takes so much selfless love and volunteered time. But founder-led theatres are not conventional institutions yet. Sarah: Okay. It was all the same family for so long at the Jungle. Transitioning the business model and vision takes a lot of time and a lot of questioning. During our leadership transition, the person who did our search stayed available to me.
That is ultimately not a sustainable answer. Joanie: I wish I had also had somebody in my transition a little bit longer. The search firm that hired me was gone when I started.
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I only had other stakeholders to trust. You need a neutral person who is experienced coming from the outside. A lot of the things I felt like I walked into, then I would find out afterwards that I changed something. I think we all have our own assumptions about how theatre is made. And you know this from freelancing. I think I know the way theatre works.
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When I came to WaterTower, I made a lot of assumptions about what we do and how and why theatre is made. There were so many culture clashes.
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And that has been really important on larger philosophical things. But the thing that has made the biggest difference is having an expert in not-for-profit systems and business models, and an expert in the culture of Minneapolis and Saint Paul.
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