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.’
Susan Stroman, F. Murray Abraham and Frank Rich are among the newest inductees.
Annie Baker, Jeanine Tesori, Charles Fuller, Chisa Hutchinson and A.R. Gurney will take home prizes at the organization’s annual awards ceremony.
The NY-based company will develop new works by Brooke Berman, Kenny Finkle and Kate Moira Ryan.
The Baltimore theatre teams with the Spanish embassy to fund development of a bilingual play by the Madrid-based writer.
With the new Paul Nicholson Arts Management Fellowship, OSF strives to get more diverse leaders into the pipeline.
Now entering its 10th year, the Aurora Theatre’s prize for “forward-looking” plays also takes a moment to look back on past successes.
At next year’s Inge fest, the writer of ‘Sight Unseen’ and ‘Dinner With Friends’ will receive a reading of his newest play, ‘The Country House,’ and offer a master class.