Mosaic will offer virtual programming as it maintains its commitment to developing new works.
Artists will develop work over the next 9 months, leading up to a works-in-progress reading series.
The award-winning actor, director, and playwright will join the company’s artistic staff for a three-year residency.
The conference, which begins on Oct. 25, will include a keynote address from producer Mara Isaacs.
The California theatre hopes to resume live programming early next year.
Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, Lynn Nottage, and Marco Ramirez will create work specifically for LCT’s Broadway stage.
The two-year, three-phase report shows disquieting trends for directors and choreographers, particularly women and people of color.
The season will feature a mix of virtual and in-person performances, including a one-man show from Patrick Page.
The Cleveland theatre will offer a series programs and events for its upcoming season.
The nominations cover eligible productions that opened between April 26, 2019 and Feb. 19, 2020, weeks before Broadway’s COVID-19 shutdown.