Kreimendahl will continue his ongoing residency through a Mellon Foundation grant.
The departing leader of Baltimore Center Stage talks about the challenges the theatre field is facing, and about the changes she was able to make to address them.
The Tank is currently accepting applications from early-career producers for renewable $15,000 fellowships.
Among the 20 members of this year’s class of artists and leaders are 8 with links to theatre and/or public performance.
The Creatives Rebuild initiative provides either guaranteed income or employment funding for artists and arts institutions across New York State.
Ford, Mellon, and United States Artists present a free festival featuring 2 days of art and ideas from disabled artists, writers, performers, and designers.
Together, Children’s Theatre Company, Latino Theater Company, Ma-Yi Theater Company, Native Voices at the Autry, and Penumbra Theatre will commission 16 new works for multigenerational audiences.
20 artists, performers, writers, and creators from around the country will receive $50,000 each.
The third cohort includes 13 playwright and theatre partnerships across 10 cities.
Star Finch will develop new works and facilitate writing groups as part of the three-year residency.