The organization will support anti-racism through eight areas of community and educational programming.
Young theatre artists will participate in a week-long professional program and collaborate on 24-hour projects.
The free online workshop, open to non-Scouts, will feature music and choreography from ‘Frozen,’ ‘Aladdin!’ and ‘The Lion King.’
A special edition of the 24 Hour Plays: Viral Monologues series will benefit Arizona Theatre Company.
The director rounds out a stellar season with a radio rendering of a play salvaged from the Public Theater’s canceled Shakespeare in the Park season.
The virtual event will include a pre-show fundraiser, special guests, and performances.
Miller joined the company as associate producer last spring.
The initiative, administered by 6 U.S. Regional Arts Organizations, will award $10 million in emergency grants.
The Pittsburgh company will produce and publish the selected works by middle and high school students.
Arts Midwest, in partnership with the NEA, awards $1.7 million to support Shakespeare programs with theatre companies, schools, and the juvenile justice system.