Stolowitz’s new work will be presented alongside three finalists as part of the Blue Ink Festival this May.
The season will include the return of a holiday classic as well as plays from Tom Stoppard and Lynn Nottage.
The Denver Center Theatre Company season will feature two world premieres.
The first two episodes will be taped in front of a live audience this March.
The season will feature new and classic comedies that run the gamut of human experience.
James Ijames, Yury Urnov, and Morgan Green will join Blanka Zizka in a rotating leadership model, and Leigh Goldenberg has been named managing director.
Playwright Gina Femia joins Lynn Nottage as the two playwrights receiving awards at this year’s festival.
Tom Stoppard and Tanya Barfield are among this year’s PEN America literary honorees.
Married theatremakers talk about what they took home from ‘Fairview,’ ‘Slave Play,’ and ‘What to Send Up When It Goes Down.’
The season will feature three world premieres and tributes to Judy Garland and Frank Sinatra.