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  • Toya Lillard

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    Toya Lillard

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    Toya Lillard is a theater artist, director, arts educator, and facilitator. Toya currently serves as Executive Director of 651 ARTS, a nationally renowned arts presenting organization. Before joining 651 ARTS, Toya was Executive Director of viBe Theater Experience, an arts education organization and theater company in Brooklyn, New York. Prior to her role at viBe, Toya was Director of School Programs for The New York Philharmonic’s Education Department, where she helped develop its nationally recognized School Partnership Program. Toya is part-time faculty at The New School, where she teaches Collaborative Theatre Practice. Toya serves on the Board of the New York City Arts in Education Roundtable, and co-chairs the TaskForce on Equity and Inclusion. Toya holds a B.A. from Vassar College, and an M.A. from New York University’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study. She currently resides in Brooklyn, NY.


    Current Courses

    Collaborative Theater Practice
    TDRU 3601, Fall 2023

    Global Dramatic Lit 1
    TDRU 2111, Fall 2023

    Future Courses

    Collaborative Theater 2
    TDRU 3602, Spring 2024

    Past Courses

    Collaborative Theater 2
    TDRU 3602, Spring 2023

    Tchnqs. in Group Facilitation
    COPA 1400, Spring 2023

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