November Christine, Carmel Dean, and Madeline Myers share a prize aimed at assisting up-and-coming artists with a grant and mentorship.
The new awards highlight those who helped keep the Seattle theatre community active and flourishing during the pandemic.
The program aims to connect emerging playwrights with established voices, fostering a new generation of artists.
The program, a collaboration between Broadway Across America and the Black Theatre Coalition, will give hands-on training in marketing and administration.
The residency program, now in its third year, aims to amplify the voices and artistic impact of international artists while aspiring to foster greater connection among them.
Kennedy will receive the award at the Guild’s annual awards ceremony.
Plays by 4 junior high and high school writers have been selected for production and publication.
Theatre engineers and architects give $10,000 to an org offering support for injured and ill theatre workers.
Victoria Detres, Lawryn LaCroix, Bryan Joseph Lee, Sammy Lopez, and Danny Marin make up the first cohort.
The new initiative aims to explore strategies arts organizations of color use to survive and sustain their work.