Theresa Broach

Vice President and Artistic Director 

Theresa BroachTheresa Broach has experience in non-profit board support, project and diversity management, and community theatre production. She has received a degree in Communications from Eastern Connecticut State University with a Theater minor.

Theresa is a member of the Board of Directors of the Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut whose mission is to transform the region into a more vital caring community. Theresa also serves as a board member of the Southeastern Connecticult Cultural Coalition, a new nonprofit organization created to unify and strengthen the region's arts, culture, and heritage economy. She is Vice President and Artistic Director for the Emerson Theater Collaborative. ETC is a theater production company that nurtures emerging and professional artists and delivers unforgettable live theater performances. For over 10 years, she has held various positions including Vice President and General Manager for The Writer's Block InK, an organization that encourages youth to use writing and performance as tools to address personal and social change on the community stage. She has been the Director of the Miss Lottie's Jazz Café series at the Norwich Arts Center.

Theresa was an employee of Pfizer Global Research & Development, where she held several administrative and human resources positions. For over twenty years, Theresa has passionately supported local community theatre, including the Pfizer Players, Stonington Players, The Footlighters, Groton Reperatory Theater, Intentional Theater, Norwich Arts Center, Stage Door Theater Company, The Chancel Players, LS Centerstage Productions. Her theater resume includes roles as producer, director, stage manager, set designer and actor for numerous musicals, plays and staged readings.

She has served as President of the Board of Directors for Habitat for Humanity of Southeastern Connecticut and on the board of the North Stonington Education Foundation,. She has also been a member of the North Stonington Lions and a volunteer reader at CRIS Radio, a service for the blind and visually impaired. Theresa has been the drama coach for after-school programs in the North Stonington and Norwich Public Schools.