The award is the oldest from the Harvard theatrical group.
Signature Theatre in Virginia will present the award in April.
The fellowship comes with an unrestricted $50,000 cash award, accompanied by a year of financial planning and additional artist services.
The theatre’s new building has been recognized by the American Institute of Architects and USITT.
Awardees include Felicia Curry, Kate Eastwood Norris, Lawrence Redmond, and Helen Huang.
The fellowship comes with $10,000 for the writer, and $10,000 for a development budget.
Both will receive play readings through Premiere Stages at Kean University.
Bramhandkar is the eleventh playwright to receive the commission from the Farm Theater.
Creators will receive funding for extra development and rehearsal after their shows’ first productions.
Fellows will create new work under the mentorship of industry professionals with the goal of having a fully developed piece by the end of the program.