The writer behind ‘Mame,’ ‘La Cage aux Folles,’ and ‘Hello, Dolly!’ wasn’t just a genius—he was a mensch.
Chum will begin his post at the Consortium of Asian American Theatres and Artists this month.
Multiple theatre artists are among MacDowell Colony’s 87 winter-spring fellows, who will receive an average of $10,000 and a fully funded residency.
The 2018-19 Broadway season saw 14.8 million attendees, with 68 percent of them women and 25 percent of them non-white.
The Los Angeles company will present works by Penelope Lowder, Roger Q. Mason, and Boni B. Alvarez.
The new ‘End of Play’ program aims to encourage playwrights to create new works in collaboration with communities in the month of March.
The year-long project aims to put teen voices at the front of a nationwide conversation about gun violence.
The awards will recognize new plays by emerging and established playwrights that explore the Jewish experience.
The Chicago organization will support 4 collaborations between artists of color and cultural organizations in the Great Lakes region.
Among other works, McDonald is recognized for her review of Broadway’s ‘King Kong.’