The inaugural fellows are Tessa Corrie, Rosie Hallett, Genevieve Jessee, Jasmine Murray, and Lindsey Abbott.
This installment features theatre artists from around the country whose focus is on educating the next generation of theatremakers.
Browne receives the award on behalf of Urban Word in a virtual ceremony on December 7.
David Rice will step down in spring 2024 and the company will cease operations at the end of that season.
‘Here There Are Blueberries’ by Moisés Kaufman and Amanda Gronich will be honored in a ceremony in December.
Both artistic director Andrew Borba and managing director Sarah Clare Corporandy will step down in 2022.
Closing rituals will begin Nov. 20 with a public ‘wake’ at Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts.
Roots’s focus will be on leading community efforts at the Richmond-based company.
A marketing leader in New York City, she joins the San Diego Rep team after a national search.
Aimed at building confidence for a safe and healthy return
to in-person performances, exhibits and events, the campaign will remind patrons of the power of the arts to connect, heal, and unify.