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

 

SAN DIEGO THEATRE 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