Seven artists in total will receive $275,000 each, including $250,000 in unrestricted funding.
Pandemic delays allowed the Chicago theatre to rethink their both production process and the meaning of the play, with strong input from their lead actor.
Formerly the Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company, this Twin Cities mainstay is dedicated to new work rooted in Jewish culture.
As she steps into a new role at D.C.’s Folger Theatre and Library, she’s focused on how a repurposed Bard can help build community.
A list of 200 plays dealing with faith, religion, and/or spirituality also includes work by Lucas Hnath, Ins Choi, and Mark St. Germain.
Guild writers may now use the rider to encourage equitable and inclusive hiring practices in their plays or musicals.
As theatre workers prepare for a return to in-person theatre, they have lingering questions about what kinds of spaces and conditions they’re returning to.
Lyons is out to change the theatre canon, and serving ‘Chicken & Biscuits’ on Broadway is just the one step along the way.
When the pandemic cut short a crazy-busy schedule, Aponte used the time to fulfill a dream of giving back to his community.
With a focus on experimental opera, Miguel Flores’s career has him looking forward toward a more human-centric way of working.