The San Francisco company will produce a radio version of ‘A Christmas Carol,’ a film of a Heather Christian musical, plus five in-person productions.
In a virtual ceremony hosted by the Dramatists Guild Foundation and the Lillys, Wohl was among a number of awards recipients.
New data from TRG Arts and Purple Seven reveal that philanthropic giving in 2020 is down by 2 percent in North America.
The New York-based studio will be available for rent for theatre artists hoping to create high-quality digital theatre.
The 4-day streaming event will be the culmination of the work of 6 playwrights, 6 directors, and 18 actors creating plays in 48 hours.
Carden, who joined the company in 1978 and has served as AD since 2007, steps aside to make room for the predominantly white company to make substantive changes.
The season will feature six productions and the launch of a new streaming platform.
The company will present virtual programming this fall, plus live performances starting in December.
The theatre hopes to film productions for online viewing, with an eye on returning to the stage in March 2021.
With no set date to return to the stage, Seattle Rep shifts its focus to its virtual programming.