Adam M. Kassim, Kholoud Sawaf, Blayze Teicher, and Sharifa Yasmin are this year’s virtual fellows.
In a virtual ceremony hosted by the Dramatists Guild Foundation and the Lillys, Wohl was among a number of awards recipients.
Six students will receive $2,000 to support studies in the performing arts and arts management.
The award given by the Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation will be presented in a virtual ceremony this fall.
As part of his duties, Page will oversee the revival of the Terrence McNally New Play award, which has not been awarded since 2015.
The artists-in-residence will make their way to Massachusetts, while the fellows will work from New York City.
The second cohort, consisting of 15 designers, is dedicated to amplifying the work of Black designers and creative collaborators.
The League of Professional Theatre Women will present the award in October.
Big winners of the night included ‘Heroes of the Fourth Turning,’ ‘A Strange Loop,’ and ‘Is This A Room.’
Young theatre artists will participate in a week-long professional program and collaborate on 24-hour projects.