The winter season will feature three original productions designed for virtual audiences.
Director Danya Taymor and choreographer Travis Wall are named the 2020 recipients.
Katrinah Carol Lewis and Steve Perigard will share responsibilities for six months.
The organization will partner with Hancock Shaker Village, a 750-acre living history museum, to present a summer slate under a tent.
Dayo-Aliya will develop his play ‘Our Lady of Common Sorrows’ through the fellowship.
Other AudienceView findings: Many theatregoers would pay higher prices to offset lower capacity, though most aren’t ready to go back till June at the earliest.
The Rep Rising Relief Campaign launched to help both the Rep and regional artists during COVID-19.
She will join the leadership team of Women of Color in the Arts.
After an extension with the city of Los Angeles, the organization will now manage the venue through 2056.
The free festival, running Jan. 21-24, will be presented virtually for the first time.