The new program strives to increase opportunities for under-represented theatre artists.
The series marking Emily Mann’s final season as artistic leader will include world premieres by Rachel Bonds and Nathan Alan Davis.
The under-produced 20th-century playwright is the newest rediscovery project for the Off-Broadway company.
The festival will feature readings of plays by MJ Halberstadt, Melinda Lopez and Maurice E. Parent, and Brenda Withers.
The fellowships award grants to support actors’ artistic development and to promote collaborations with theatres.
The new artistic leader has put together a slate that includes 2 world premieres, a sequel to an Austen classic, and ‘In the Heights.’
For the first time in two decades, the company will present a production composed by Stephen Sondheim.
The anniversary season will include three world premieres, two plays by August Wilson, and Disney’s ‘Newsies.’
The lineup features plays by Heather Raffo, Lynn Nottage, Tennessee Williams, Karen Zacarías, and Robert Harling, among others.
Also in the lineup are a new play by Heidi Armbruster, as well as Noël Coward’s ‘Private Lives’ and Wendy MacLeod’s ‘Slow Food.’