Sonya Tayeh and Adrienne Truscott are among the artists-in-residence during Live Arts’s 2015–16 season.
The new-play competition is part of the company’s larger project to both challenge and help the American theatre to reflect the nation’s changing demographics.
Playwrights Meridith Friedman, Beth Kander, Brian Mulholland, and Skye Robinson Hillis will travel to Ashland for a weeklong festival to develop their winning works.
Culled from 50,000 high school students nationwide, a final 52 performers made their Broadway debut to compete for the Jimmy Awards.
The Edge Center for the Arts, Cynthia Gehrig, Theresa Sweetland, the Steeles and the American Composers Forum have been lauded for their contributions to the local arts scene.
NNPN largesse goes to playwrights and theatres to produce, and partner to produce, new work.
Bob Kelly and Sam Chanse, Ben Wexler and Mark Sonnenblick, and Shaina Taub and Jen Silverman will develop new musicals in New Haven this summer.
The Doris Duke Charitable Foundation has announced the seven recipients of the Impact Awards, who will each receive $80,000.
At the TCG National Conference this week, James Houghton, Lear deBessonet and Rhodessa Jones will be recognized for their theatrical achievements.
Baker will have a development retreat in the former house of Willem de Kooning.