The third cohort includes 13 playwright and theatre partnerships across 10 cities.
The D.C. theatre will work with five organizations that share a commitment to inclusion, anti-racism, and social justice.
The Music Critics Association of North America recognizes their opera about African American life.
The study, conducted with the Center for Scholars & Storytellers, shows that gender and race representation in TYA work has increased over the past decade.
The 65th annual ceremony celebrating the 2019-20 theatre season was presented online.
Willa Kim Scholarship recipients are using it to supplement their costume design skills, from watercolor painting to digital rendering.
The inaugural awards will celebrate the Black theatre community on Juneteenth.
The Dramatists Guild of America recognizes the composer for his score of ‘A Strange Loop.’
The Maryland company has cancelled all live performances through 2020.
The company will center its 2020-21 season on New Haven with community partnerships and outdoor performances.