The new-play incubator program will feature two world premiere plays, four new plays, and short works.
PlayMakers’s producing artistic director receives an award named for one of her mentors and idols.
Dozens of theatres worldwide are recognized for staging works by female playwrights for 50 percent of their season.
The six-show season at Seattle’s A Contemporary Theatre will include ‘Oslo’ and ‘The Wolves.’
Power outages and cancelled performances more than physical ruin were left in the historic hurricane’s wake.
Isabella D’Esposito, Christina Quintana, Sarah B. Mantell, and Celine Song will receive 9-month fellowships from the Off-Broadway theatre company.
Herron, a California native, will join the company this fall as managing director.
Butkas and her family will relocate from Rochester, N.Y., to Massachusetts this fall.
Next season at the Brooklyn theatre will include works by Enda Walsh, Duncan Macmillan, Thomas Ostermeier, and a Rufus Wainwright concert.
The prize honors emerging writers with support toward development of their work.