Bryan Joseph Lee

Associate Director of Special Artistic Projects
The Public Theater
New York, New York

Bryan Joseph Lee is the Associate Director of Special Artistic Projects at The Public Theater, an artist-driven, radically inclusive, fundamentally democratic theater company in New York, NY. In this role, Mr. Lee produces audience engagement programs and local touring productions that bring theater directly to underserved communities in all five boroughs of New York City.

Previously, Mr. Lee was Director of Marketing & Communications at Round House Theatre, a regional theater company in Bethesda, Maryland. At Round House, Mr. Lee oversaw earned revenue and institutional marketing, with a specific interest in cultivating diverse audiences through authentic and targeted relationship building. Mr. Lee has guided numerous audience engagement initiatives locally, nationally, and internationally, including recent projects in Salem, Oregon and Alexandria, Egypt.

Mr. Lee was recently elected by Americans for the Arts to serve on the Emerging Leaders Council, which aims to connect and serve young arts managers nationwide. In 2016, Mr. Lee was also named a Rising Leader of Color by Theatre Communications Group (TCG). He has served on the Board of Governors for theatreWashington, a service organization dedicated to representing the theatre community in the nation’s capital.

Previously, Mr. Lee worked with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, and SOURCE Festival in Washington, D.C. He is a graduate of Dartmouth College and holds a degree in Latin American Studies and Theater.