He has since resigned from his position.
Bristo was hired by OTSL in August 2019, as director of artistic administration. He has since resigned from his position.
On Tuesday afternoon, OTSL published a statement on social media, saying, “We were shocked by the allegations of criminal activity, which have no link to his employment or role with us.”
Read the full statement below:
We have a strict code of ethics and strong values that we expect our employees to uphold inside and outside of the workplace. 2/2
– Opera Theatre of Saint Louis (@OTSL) August 11, 2020
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