Interesting bit of news...although a few weeks old...
"JUILLIARD DRAMA DIVISION DIRECTOR MICHAEL KAHN STEPS DOWN
Richard Rodgers Director of Juilliard Drama had led Division Since 1992;
Member of Juilliard Faculty Since 1968 Will Continue as Teacher of Acting
The Juilliard School announced today that Michael Kahn, Richard Rodgers Director of the Schools Drama Division, will step down from that post effective at the end of this academic year. Mr. Kahn has led Juilliards prestigious Drama Division since 1992, and has been a faculty member since the divisions first season in 1968. He will continue to teach his legendary third- year acting class at Juilliard while maintaining his full time position as Artistic Director of the Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, DC. There he will oversee the on-going construction and completion of the companys new state-of-the-art 800-seat theater.
Juilliard President Joseph W. Polisi will chair a search for Mr. Kahns successor. He commented, Michael Kahns extraordinary leadership of our Drama Division has allowed our young actors to acquire the requisite tools they will need as they work in the profession in the
time ahead. With intelligence, taste, creativity and a deep understanding of the world of the theater, Michaels legacy will have a positive impact on the profession for many generations. My colleagues and I are very pleased that Michael will remain as an active member of the Juilliard community through his continuing teaching responsibilities at the School..." "