Breaking news: LIDA Project founder Brian Freeland moving to New York


Brian Freeland and wife Catherine Worster Freeland at the opening of the LIDA Project’s new home at the Laundry Lawrence in 2011. The play was called “Justin Bieber Meets Al Qaeda.” 

By John Moore

Brian Freeland, founder of the 18-year-old LIDA Project, has announced he is moving with his family to New York.

Freeland’s wife, Catherine Worster Freeland, has accepted a position at Columbia University. The couple will be moving with their two children by the end of the year. She is presently director of communications at the University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine.

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