The move reinforces the organization’s mission of giving playwrights time and resources to develop new work.
The new streaming service Broadway On Demand has teamed with the American Theatre Wing and the Broadway League for an hourlong event celebrating Broadway and raising money for theatre education.
The company has cancelled two shows in the lineup and has pushed the season to November.
Sharon Bridgforth, Mashuq Mushtaq Deen, Andrew Rosendorf, Riti Sachdeva, Charly Evon Simpson, Crystal Skillman, and Jonathan Spector join the program.
Star Finch will develop new works and facilitate writing groups as part of the three-year residency.
Aaron Posner’s ‘Life Sucks’ wins for best new play, and Mark Blum, Wynn Handman, and Julia Miles join the Hall of Fame.
Monty Cole, Georgette Kelly, Exal Iraheta, and Alex Lubischer will have readings in the all-digital festival.
The selected playwrights have been commissioned to write plays about science.
The site will feature productions and theatre makers affected by the pandemic, as well as efforts to support the theatre community.
My father managed to support his family with his acting, but along the way he also inspired us.