Inaugural grants will go to Carla Ching, Josh Wilder, and Carolyn Ratteray.
Wareham departs the company after 11 years at the helm.
How 2 arts organizations of color, Apollo Theater and Cultural Odyssey, have persevered despite funding disparities and other challenges.
Jenny Koons and Sam Pinkleton’s immersive new staging returns the fanciful show to its original conception.
Dana Schwartz’s new play about online gamers, originally conceived pre-pandemic, has fresh resonance after a year of isolation and virtual connection.
The inaugural fellows are Tessa Corrie, Rosie Hallett, Genevieve Jessee, Jasmine Murray, and Lindsey Abbott.
Closing rituals will begin Nov. 20 with a public ‘wake’ at Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts.
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.
As La Jolla Playhouse’s new executive producer, Keen-Louie aims to keep pushing the field forward, not just for his current collaborators but for the next generation.