Its national granting program awards $10,000 in operating support to theatres, both first-time beneficiaries and a few repeat honorees.
The sixth T. Fellow, chosen to develop a new theatrical production, will attend classes at Columbia’s School of the Arts.
David Cromer wins the award for outstanding direction and Rachel Rockwell wins for best choreography.
The recipients were recognized for their work in social justice; winners include Mikhail Baryshnikov, P. Carl, and Ping Chong.
The writer of ‘Pass Over’ will receive a cash prize and support to develop new work.
The two writers will each receive a $50,000 prize.
She was recognized for her play ‘Roe,’ about the Roe v. Wade case.
The cohort includes Rae Binstock, Nick Gandiello, Lucas Hnath, C.A. Johnson, and Susan Soon He Stanton.
In honor of his 20th season as the resident playwright, a $2.5-million gift will give Still a permanent artistic home.
MJ Halberstadt and Brenda Withers have been selected for the two-year residency.