The season will mark the return of in-person performances with three world premiere plays and one world premiere musical.
The new play festival will feature 5 plays and span 3 upcoming Sundays.
The program will partner 35 emerging theatre artists with theatre leaders, all of whom are women or nonbinary people of color.
The 2 organizations are partnering again after last summer’s success to commission 5 new 10-minute plays.
The commission, named after the grandparents of artist Jeremy O. Harris, awards $50,000 to each recipient.
As live theatre returns to New York City, 2 unique efforts are banking on audiences bringing life back to the sparsely occupied financial district.
Included in the announcement are the recipients of $24,000 in micro-grants from the New York City company as well as an upcoming benefit reading.
Cage will work with Cornerstone Theater Company’s Michael John Garcés, while Carter will be with Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s Nataki Garrett.
Composer Michael Friedman’s sister, and the executor of his estate, reflects on her role in preserving her brother’s work in an evolving field.
Perseverance through the pandemic, and the support of loyal patrons, means that this Florida theatre is on track to break ground on a new $60 million facility.