The college’s Beinecke Library is proud to present an award to the Brooklyn-based playwright, one of three dramatists given the prestigious $150,000 prize.
Suzan-Lori Parks’s Civil War-era epic receives the $100,000 prize for a play inspired by American history.
The African-American playwright will be recognized at Theatre Bay Area’s annual conference for his Lorca-inspired play ‘The House that will not Stand.’
Nominees for the women-only playwright honor include Lisa D’Amour, Clare Barron, Frances Ya-Chu Cowhig, Lindsey Ferrentino, Heidi Schreck and Ruby Rae Spiegel.
A Detroit-based multimedia collective and the director of the Public Theater’s Public Works program are invited to create new urban arts projects for Dallas.
Joseph has won the 2015 Laurents/Hatcher Foundation Award for his play ‘Guards at the Taj.’
The Chicago-based director will work as an associate at the theatre under its Michael Maggio directing fellowship program for early career directors.
The backstage-industry nonprofit recognizes Eyring’s legacy of leadership in the field as well as at Theatre Communications Group.
The Tony winner will be in residence at the theatre, where he’ll develop writing and directing projects, starting this month.
The Atlanta theatre’s playwriting prize comes with a world premiere production for Hébert’s ‘THE C.A. Lyons Project.’