Diane Borger

Diane Borger joined the American Repertory Theater in the fall of 2009 as the Executive Producer for Sleep No More, and took on the full-time position of Producer for the A.R.T in January 2010 where she partnered with Terrie and Bradley Bloom Artistic Director Diane Paulus to make A.R.T. a home for emerging and established artists to take risks and create and incubate new work. Prior to A.R.T., Borger spent over a decade as General Manager at the Royal Court Theatre in London, where she produced more than one hundred and fifty productions, including The Seagull, Rock ’n’ Roll, The Weir, Jerusalem, A Number, and My Name is Rachel Corrie, which transferred to New York. Previously Borger spent thirteen years as Deputy Head of the National Theatre Studio of Great Britain, where she oversaw the readings, workshops and classes for some of the most prominent playwrights, actors and directors in the United Kingdom. Borger has a Master of Arts in Theater from The Ohio State University.