A new festival set for the fall will feature 6 new works by trans, non-binary, and two-spirit artists, as well as an evening 15 new monologues from the TNB2S+ community.
As part of THRIVE! program, the grants will provide unrestricted funds to 20 Black theatres, Indigenous theatres, and theatres of color.
The award is dedicated to a theatremaker working to increase Latinx representation and comes with a $5,000 unrestricted grant.
The versatile playwright, breakbeat poet, director, and educator takes the lead at the esteemed TYA theatre this month.
The musicals-focused company will create a dual leadership model in place as its longtime singular leader, Robb Hunt, retires.
In both his work and his writing, the path-breaking English director challenged all of us who make theatre to consider not only how we do it but why.
After 36 years of artistry in the Gulf South, and a move to a permanent space that didn’t pan out, the theatre’s board president says they have “exhausted all options.”
This year’s conference features plays by Brie Knight, Santiago Tonauac Castro, Ken Kaissar, Ian August, Nimisha Ladva, and Stephanie Kyung Sun Walter.
Theatremakers Miranda Cornell, Thaddeus McCants, Aileen Wen McGroddy, Attilio Rigotti, Andrew Rodriguez, and Minghao Tu will receive support to develop projects, theatre tickets, research, or travel.
Fellows Tania Crescencio (connectivity), Fatima Dyfan (new work), and Malaya Press (development), will each have paid year-long department-specific positions that include benefits and a housing stipend.