For years he was the Rodgers & Hammerstein Organization’s secret weapon, with an impeccable ear and an ideal combination of passion and practicality.
He spent nearly 40 years championing plays and playwrights, both at TCG Books and in American Theatre magazine.
She succeeds Jonathan Shmidt Chapman as leader of the national organization for theatre made for children, young adults, and families.
Amy Freed, Julia Izumi, and Benjamin Benne have received commissions in the theatre’s 20×30: Reimagining the Anthropocene project.
The Actors’ Career Stability Initiative will grant relief to actors who join the company and have a minimum of $10,000 in student debt.
The finalists are Sylvia Khoury for ‘Selling Kabul’ and Kristina Wong for ‘Kristina Wong, Sweatshop Overlord.’
A joint program of In Other People’s Shoes Productions and Camp Bob Waldorf, the pilot will center on a new play by José Cruz González.
Each award comes with a $75,000 prize and a residency at California Institute of the Arts.
New England theatremakers Aaron Jafferis, Articine, Bess Welden, Sam Plattus, and creative team Gail Burton and Josie Bray have been awarded grants to support their work.
The year-long residency will provide her with the resources and space to develop her new play ‘The Kit: Made by Martha.’