in·trep·id (adjective)
resolutely fearless, bold, undaunted, audacious, gutsy, daring, resolute

Intrepid Theatre, an award-winning theatre and education company in San Diego, creates programs that provoke conversation, expand perspectives and elevate thinking within our city, our schools and the greater artistic community.

Christy Yael-Cox
CEO/Producing Artistic Director and Co-Founder

Sean Yael-Cox
Artistic Director and Co-Founder, Director of Education

Tiffany Tang
Director of Communications, Associate Director

Erin Petersen
Education Program Director, Youth Programming

Season 8 Press Release

SAN DIEGO CRITICS CIRCLE AWARDS

“Intrepid’s body of work already ranks with the best in a theater-rich region”

San Diego Union-Tribune (June 2016)

 

2017 – FATHER COMES HOME FROM THE WARS, Parts 1, 2 and 3

Outstanding Direction of a Play / Christy Yael-Cox

Outstanding Featured Performance in a Play / Tom Stephenson

2016 – WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?

Outstanding Dramatic Production

Outstanding Direction of a Play / Christy Yael-Cox

Outstanding Lead Performance in a Play, Male / Robert Smyth

Outstanding Lead Performance in a Play, Female / Deborah Gilmore Smyth

2015 – THE QUALITY OF LIFE

Outstanding Dramatic Production

Outstanding Direction of a Play / Christy Yael-Cox

Outstanding Ensemble

2014 – ALL MY SONS

Outstanding Dramatic Production

Outstanding Ensemble

Actor of the Year / Tom Stephenson for Intrepid’s All My Sons, I Hate Hamlet and Much Ado About Nothing

Don Braunagel Award for Outstanding Work By A Small Theatre Company

(for producing Macbeth, All My Sons, I Hate Hamlet and Much Ado About Nothing)

2013 – A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, THE MUSICAL

Outstanding Featured Performance in a Musical / Phil Johnson

 

Producing Artistic Director Christy Yael-Cox addresses white privilege and racism in America and calls for action. Watch the acceptance speech from Christy Yael-Cox and Antonio Johnson for Outstanding Direction of a Play at the San Diego Theatre Critics Circle Awards for Intrepid’s production of Father Comes Home From The Wars, Parts 1, 2 and 3.

The San Diego Union Tribune also highlighted the acceptance speech:

At San Diego theater awards, a powerful perspective on race and privilege