New Alamance Arts Director brings 16 years of experience

Alamance Arts is excited to introduce Brandon Bruce as the new executive director of Alamance Arts. He has taken the role held by long-time director Cary Worthy who retired last month after 24.5 years of service. Brandon joins the 65-year-old organization to fulfill the mission to advocate, support and grow the arts in Alamance County. He brings more than 16 years of arts administration experience, having served as the executive artistic director of the Birmingham Children’s Theatre and held similar positions with the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation and Chicago’s Strawdog and BackStage Theatres. Bruce holds an MFA in theatre from the University of Iowa and a BFA from Kent State University.

Alamance Arts is excited to introduce Brandon Bruce as the new executive director of Alamance Arts. He has taken the role held by long-time director Cary Worthy who retired last month after 24.5 years of service.

Brandon joins the 65-year-old organization to fulfill the mission to advocate, support and grow the arts in Alamance County. He brings more than 16 years of arts administration experience, having served as the executive artistic director of the Birmingham Children’s Theatre and held similar positions with the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation and Chicago’s Strawdog and BackStage Theatres. Bruce holds an MFA in theatre from the University of Iowa and a BFA from Kent State University.

Bruce and his wife, who is with the UNC Health system, currently live in Durham with plans to relocate to Alamance County this summer. He enjoys spending time with his wife and dog, is an avid cyclist, and enjoys learning piano and woodworking in his spare time.

Read more about Brandon on our website...

https://www.alamancearts.org/staff-board