A new program from TYA/USA, which partners its writers with 24 major TYA theatres, is billed as the largest such effort ever undertaken in the field.
The annual new-play series, featuring plays by Keith Bunin, Idris Goodwin, Noelle Viñas, and Lia Romeo, runs Dec. 1-12.
Next week’s awards ceremony will feature a conversation among Hausmann, playwright Sarah Ruhl, and the author’s nephew, Tappan Wilder.
Moses will be awarded $15,000 and a reading of his play ‘The Ally’ at Theater J’s annual benefit next week.
Samuel will receive a cash award and a complimentary annual American Theatre Critics Association membership.
In the first theatre project undertaken by the influential screenwriting platform, the Brooklyn-based writer will receive $10,000 to develop a new work with the Florida theatre.
Created to broaden racial and ethnic portrayals of Jewishness onstage, the program provides playwrights with a $10,000 commission and a $5,000 developmental budget to support the creation of their new full-length plays over the next two and a half years.
The Bay Area singer-songwriter will receive a $10,000 award funded by the RHE Foundation and Theatre Bay Area performing arts organization.
22 BITOC grantees will receive a total of $900,000 in general operating support and the opportunity to join REBUILD: A Learning Cohort.
The annual award recognizes an outstanding emerging playwright with a $2,000 honorarium and a public reading of their play.