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February 22, 1990 | JAN HERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Grove Shakespeare Festival has named an insider, Barbara G. Hammerman, to replace departing managing director Richard A. Stein, who was hired earlier this month as chief executive of the Laguna Playhouse. Hammerman will take over the management of the county's third-largest nonprofit theater operation--and the second-leading professional troupe after South Coast Repertory--in the newly created position of executive vice president.
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December 19, 1992 | RICK VANDERKNYFF, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Barbara Hammerman has resigned as managing director and executive vice president of GroveShakespeare after a sometimes stormy 2 1/2-year tenure, the company announced Friday. She presided over a bitter power struggle that led in 1991 to the ouster of Grove founder and artistic director Thomas F. Bradac, who went on to form his own classical repertory company, Shakespeare Orange County.
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December 17, 1992 | WILLSON CUMMER
Barbara G. Hammerman, who was recently reelected to a third term on the North Orange County Community College District Board of Trustees, was elected board president at the annual organizational meeting. The seven-member board governs and determines budgets for Fullerton and Cypress colleges. It also oversees four adult education centers in Anaheim, Yorba Linda, Fullerton and Cypress. Students may also study for their high school diplomas at the adult education centers.
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December 19, 1992 | RICK VANDERKNYFF, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Barbara Hammerman has resigned unexpectedly as managing director and executive vice president of GroveShakespeare after a sometimes stormy 2 1/2-year tenure, the troupe announced Friday. Hammerman presided over a bitter power struggle that led in 1991 to the ouster of Grove founder and artistic director Thomas F. Bradac, who went on to form his own classical repertory company, Shakespeare Orange County (see review, this page).
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April 22, 1992 | JAN HERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
W. Stuart McDowell's arrival this week at the Grove Shakespeare Festival to take the reins as artistic director was a big event, but not the only recent managerial development there. McDowell said Tuesday that Grove managing director Barbara G. Hammerman, until now a part-time employee of the theater, became a full-time staffer on April 1, when his own appointment took effect.
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August 20, 1991 | JAN HERMAN
Something peculiar is going on behind the scenes at the Grove Shakespeare Festival, and I am not referring to the forced resignation of founding artistic director Thomas F. Bradac. Nearly two months have passed since his departure was masterminded by Grove chief Barbara Hammerman, who wants to know why the press doesn't just forget about it.
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December 19, 1992 | RICK VANDERKNYFF, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Barbara Hammerman has resigned as managing director and executive vice president of GroveShakespeare after a sometimes stormy 2 1/2-year tenure, the company announced Friday. She presided over a bitter power struggle that led in 1991 to the ouster of Grove founder and artistic director Thomas F. Bradac, who went on to form his own classical repertory company, Shakespeare Orange County.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 19, 1992 | RICK VANDERKNYFF, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Barbara Hammerman has resigned unexpectedly as managing director and executive vice president of GroveShakespeare after a sometimes stormy 2 1/2-year tenure, the troupe announced Friday. Hammerman presided over a bitter power struggle that led in 1991 to the ouster of Grove founder and artistic director Thomas F. Bradac, who went on to form his own classical repertory company, Shakespeare Orange County (see review, this page).
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June 30, 1995 | MIMI KO
Trustees of the North Orange County Community College District have decided to fill board member Barbara G. Hammerman's seat by appointment, rather than hold a special election. Hammerman has resigned from her post, effective Aug. 23, to move to New York, where she will work on expanding a national project she created that raises funds and develops resources for endowment programs.
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June 15, 1995 | MIMI KO
Barbara G. Hammerman this week announced her resignation from the board of the North Orange County Community College District, saying she wants to devote all her time to a project to solicit large endowments for nonprofit agencies. Reading from a prepared statement at Tuesday's board meeting, Hammerman said, "For the past two years, I have been the creator and director of a pilot project for financial and human resource development for endowment programs. . . .
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December 17, 1992 | WILLSON CUMMER
Barbara G. Hammerman, who was recently reelected to a third term on the North Orange County Community College District Board of Trustees, was elected board president at the annual organizational meeting. The seven-member board governs and determines budgets for Fullerton and Cypress colleges. It also oversees four adult education centers in Anaheim, Yorba Linda, Fullerton and Cypress. Students may also study for their high school diplomas at the adult education centers.
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April 22, 1992 | JAN HERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
W. Stuart McDowell's arrival this week at the Grove Shakespeare Festival to take the reins as artistic director was a big event, but not the only recent managerial development there. McDowell said Tuesday that Grove managing director Barbara G. Hammerman, until now a part-time employee of the theater, became a full-time staffer on April 1, when his own appointment took effect.
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August 20, 1991 | JAN HERMAN
Something peculiar is going on behind the scenes at the Grove Shakespeare Festival, and I am not referring to the forced resignation of founding artistic director Thomas F. Bradac. Nearly two months have passed since his departure was masterminded by Grove chief Barbara Hammerman, who wants to know why the press doesn't just forget about it.
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February 22, 1990 | JAN HERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Grove Shakespeare Festival has named an insider, Barbara G. Hammerman, to replace departing managing director Richard A. Stein, who was hired earlier this month as chief executive of the Laguna Playhouse. Hammerman will take over the management of the county's third-largest nonprofit theater operation--and the second-leading professional troupe after South Coast Repertory--in the newly created position of executive vice president.
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September 18, 1990 | JAN HERMAN
The financially troubled Grove Shakespeare Festival raised a total of $5,895 in private contributions over the weekend, a theater spokesperson said Monday. Donations of $3,200 arrived in the mail "mostly in small checks of $10 to $25." The rest was been raised through curtain pleas at "Othello," the current Grove production.
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