The literary awards, given to 10 writers each year, has gone to the playwrights of ‘Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play’ and ‘The Christians.’
Tony-winning costume designer Jess Goldstein and scenic designer Douglas W. Schmidt are among the winners of the design-centric awards.
The Croatian playwright has won the biggest and oldest prize for female playwrights.
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.