Director Wickham Boyle began her career at La Mama ETC and after numerous theatrical diversions working at Lincoln Center, the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs and extensive international touring, she returned to LaMama in 1983 to be executive director where she learned experimental producing at the side of founder Ellen Stewart. Boyle commissioned work from Carter Burwell, Tom Judson, Bob McGrath, Bill T. Jones, The Blue Man Group, and the Urban Bush Women among others. She has a BA in Anthropology from NYU and an MBA from Yale. Boyle has received grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, a fellowship from the Japan Society and the Cuban /American Writers Guild. She was the founder of CODE magazine and is currently editor of a monthly publication, THRIVEnyc. She contributes to National Geographic Traveler, Budget Travel, Uptown, Gotham, The New York Times, and New York Magazine. Her book A Mother’s Essays From Ground Zero, was a fundraiser for the downtown schools attended by her two children.
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