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Fellows will be involved in a yearlong workshop that brings together emerging and established playwrights.
The playwright will receive $40,000 over two years in a fellowship sponsored by the Jerome Foundation and distributed by the Lark.
The Polish-born playwright will receive $100,000 in artistic support, health insurance benefits and living expenses.