The first awards go writers from Texas, North Carolina, and Georgia.
James Ijames, Kristina Wong, and Sylvia Khoury talk about what inspired their award-worthy plays and how they shaped them.
The inaugural cohort includes Philip de Sa e Silva, Emma Y. Lai, Katie Rein, and Sunny Thao.
A Detroit native, she will join executive artistic director Leah Smith in running the 65-year-old theatre.
‘S D A (Someone Dies Again)’ may have been built by the Hungarian auteur and the California ensemble in an organic, communitarian way, but that didn’t shield them, or audiences, from its howling catharsis.
The former general manager of Oregon Shakes will join Woolly in an interim capacity this summer, succeeding Emika Abe in the position until a new director is selected.
The Making Waves William S. Yellow Robe Jr. Playwright Residency Program will provide a stipend and training for a playwright to develop new work with an intersectional lens.
Two NYC companies have joined forces to support the city’s independent theatres and artists through grant-making, fundraising, and real estate challenges.
Connected by their love of theatre, a primarily white liberal arts institution and the largest HBCU in the country have come together to drive industry change and center underrepresented stories.
After 6 months as interim executive director, McClimon will step into the full role alongside artistic director Paige Evans.