The Dallas Center for the Performing Arts named Mark Nerenhausen as its new CEO on Thursday. Nerenhausen previously served as the president and CEO of Broward Center for the Performing Arts in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
At the Broward Center, Nerenhausen oversaw an operation that served more than 700,000 guest annually and staged 650 perform a year.
In January, Nerenhausen will replace outgoing CEO Bill Lively. As previously reported, Lively will transition into the position of president of the center’s Endowment Trust. That will leave him a little more time to fulfill his role as the president and host of the Super Bowl XLV host committee.