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.
Isabella D’Esposito, Christina Quintana, Sarah B. Mantell, and Celine Song will receive 9-month fellowships from the Off-Broadway theatre company.
The prize honors emerging writers with support toward development of their work.
The fellowship for disabled writers includes a two-year residency and $40,000.
Seven nonprofit theatres in New York City will be creative homes for playwrights to develop new work.
The grants will support emerging directors, artists, and playwrights.
Mirae Kim is recognized for her research on nonprofit organizations and civic engagement.
Six theatre companies receive grants to develop and tour new ensemble-based works.
Dramaturgs are lauded for current dramaturgy projects and proposals.