Boundless Theatre today announce the appointment of Ine Van Riet as Executive Director. Ine joins the company from Bush Theatre in April 2019 working alongside Artistic Director Rob Drummer to continue to push at the boundaries of theatre for young adults, grow audiences and extend our reach further. Ine takes over from Zoe Lally who leaves after 3 years to join Oily Cart as Executive Director.
Ine Van Riet said today, “Boundless Theatre’s work is always dynamic and fearless, and I’m thrilled to get started as we look for new ways to best serve and speak up for young artists and audiences. I am excited to join Rob in leading a new chapter in which the company will be inventive, representative, bold and boundless.”
Artistic Director Rob Drummer commented, “I am absolutely delighted to welcome Ine to the team at Boundless and am really looking forward to working with her on creating even more relevant and innovative productions and projects for young adult audiences and artists. Ine already has big ideas for the company and taking Boundless in bold new directions.”
Charles Glanville, Chair of the Boundless Theatre said today, “Boundless and its unique vision and work attracted a great list of applicants for the Executive Director post. Throughout the process Ine’s skills and vision really stood out. The Board knows that Ine, Rob and their team will lead Boundless to the next stage in providing relevant, exciting theatre for young adults.”
Ine Van Riet joins Boundless from the Bush Theatre where she is currently Development Manager and jointly responsible for creating and implementing the fundraising and talent development strategies. During her time, the Bush fundraised for and completed the largest capital project in the organisation’s history, reopening the venue’s refurbished Shepherd’s Bush home in 2017. The Bush Theatre was recently awarded London Theatre of the Year by The Stage.
Prior to this Ine was General Manager for Iris Theatre and Development Officer & Associate Producer at Tara Arts. As a freelance producer she has presented UK premières at Southwark Playhouse, Theatre503 and the Finborough Theatre, and toured work both nationally and internationally.