I'm in my thirteenth year serving on the board of directors for all for One productions. I've seen the organization develop from a theater company scrounging high school stages to perform on to a multi-faceted, faith-based theater ministry that produces a full season of quality community theater shows, hosts Northeast Indiana's only K-12 annual Young Playwrights Festival, and mentors the next generation of believer artists through a program called Faces of the Future. Keep an eye on all for One. It's going places.
As of this writing I am the newest board member of afO. Having attended and participated in two board meetings and one weekend retreat, the board appears to demonstrate a very appropriate balance of oversight between near term opportunities and obligations versus longer term strategic planning. Further, the artistic vision of afO Homestage Productions is top notch, being well-planned and knowledgeable of resources, both physical resources and talent. It seems likely strategic board planning and oversight as well as the artistic vision of Homestage Productions will contribute to the established longevity of afO.