The awards recognized 19 productions at 16 Michigan theatres.
Twelve companies have received $10,000 grants, among them Portland Playhouse, Serenbe Playhouse, and the NOLA Project.
An American playwright wins Britain’s oldest literary award for his unsettling science-fiction drama ‘Tomorrow Come Today.’
The National Endowment of the Arts seeks diverse research fields for a study on the impact of the arts.
The eight artists recognized in the field of theatre includes Megan Sandberg-Zakian, Jonathan Payne, Adam Rigg, and Joshua Brody.
The playwright will receive $40,000 over two years in a fellowship sponsored by the Jerome Foundation and distributed by the Lark.
At the annual awards honoring Denver-area theatre, Denver Center was recognized for its production of ‘The Unsinkable Molly Brown,’ starring Beth Malone and directed by Kathleen Marshall, and for its 2014–15 season.
Nakissa C. Etemad and Morgan Jenness are recognized for their dramaturgical work.
The Cuban performance artists will join city officials in an effort to connect with undocumented immigrants through art.
Sonya Tayeh and Adrienne Truscott are among the artists-in-residence during Live Arts’s 2015–16 season.