Alan Bruun, who cofounded Mad Cow Theatre with three others 13 years ago, will leave his job as the theater’s long time artistic director at the end of the current season. The season closes in August with Macbeth, which Bruun will direct — his 41st show for Mad Cow and the theater’s 100th.
Bruun, who has worked most of his tenure at Mad Cow without salary, is also associate creative director for Walt Disney Entertainment.
Along with Orlando Shakespeare Theater, Mad Cow is one of Orlando’s two leading professional theater companies. The small downtown theater is known for its productions of the classics and for cutting-edge modern drama.
A search is on for his replacement.