Urbanite Theatre is committed to creating visceral, shared experiences by fearlessly lifting up the boldest new voices in theatre. We believe in inclusive, artist-first storytelling, daring honesty, and the powerful connectivity of an intimate space.





Artistic Director: Brendan Ragan

Artistic Director: Summer Wallace

Operations Manager: Jess Pope


Production Stage Manager: Tori Heikenfeld

Master Carpenter: Gene Alcorn

Lighting/Audio/Visual Supervisor: Alex Pinchin

Resident Props Designer: Drew Phelan


Summer Dawn Wallace

Brendan Ragan

Harry Lipstein

Len Goldberg, Board President

Jeffery Stevens, Board Treasurer

Jaime Still, Board Secretary

Georgia Higgins

Diego Villada

Frank Maggio

Summer Dawn Wallace

Brendan Ragan

Board Emeritus

Emilie Robinson


Urbanite Theatre strongly believes that an effective workforce includes employees from different and diverse backgrounds and experiences that together form a more creative, innovative, and productive environment.

Urbanite Theatre recognizes that building an equitable, diverse and inclusive environment is the key ingredient to its relevance and sustainability in the community. Urbanite Theatre respects diversity within human qualities and these qualities include but are not limited to: ethnicity, race, color, and country of origin, sex, gender, age, sexual orientation, marital status, religion, beliefs, political affiliations, socioeconomic status, experiences and any form of disability.

Urbanite Theatre strives to create a culture of inclusion where employees of diverse human qualities can thrive and succeed and are able to participate in, and contribute to, the progress and success of the theatre, while growing both professionally and personally.

Discrimination of any kind will not be tolerated in Urbanite Theatre, and any reported instances will be grounds for immediate refusal of service.

At Urbanite Theatre, we believe in radical acceptance, relentless inclusion, and the unwavering support of vulnerable communities.


Urbanite Theatre would like to acknowledge the indigenous communities native to this region by recognizing that we gather today on the ancestral land of the Calusa and Seminole people, past and present. We honor with gratitude the land itself and the people who have stewarded it throughout the generations.