The foundation’s awards fund new-play development nationwide via productions, workshops, and rehearsals, as they did for ‘Oslo’ and ‘Dear Evan Hansen.’
Johnna Adams, Boni B. Alvarez, Kirk Wood Bromley, Morgan Gould, MJ Kaufman, Aya Ogawa, Jiehae Park, and Andrea Stolowit will be in residence through 2024.
The playwright will receive the award for her play ‘Indecent.’
Arts Midwest is biggest grantee, with 132 other arts organizations in 30 states and D.C. also receiving grants for theatre projects.
Katrina Lenk and Will Pullen receive the Clarence Derwent Award, and Barbara Barrie and Anthony Chisholm receive Richard Seff Award.
Annie Baker, Liza Birkenmeier, Sarah DeLappe, Ella Hickson, Asa Horvitz, Stephen Karam, and Stacy Osei-Kuffour are the theatre artists receiving fellowships this round.
Artists and theatre companies are developing new work in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. this summer.
Top winners ‘Dear Evan Hansen’ and ‘Oslo’ showcase the season’s many nonprofit theatre ties.
The Oregon-based theatre educator will be honored at the 2017 Tony Awards.
The Latinx Theatre Commons, Linda Hartzell, Susan Medak, the William & Eva Fox Foundation, and the James F. and Marion L. Miller Foundation will be honored.