The recipients, who were announced and awarded at an in-person ceremony last night at Lincoln Center, will each receive $550,000.
22 BITOC grantees will receive a total of $900,000 in general operating support and the opportunity to join REBUILD: A Learning Cohort.
The Doris Duke Charitable Foundation will provide $1.6 million in support for the initiative.
Seven artists in total will receive $275,000 each, including $250,000 in unrestricted funding.
Six theatres will use the funding for various community engagement projects focused on youth and multi-generational audiences.
The selected theatres will use the funding for various community engagement projects with a focus on youth and multigenerational audiences.
The theatre artists are among seven performing artists to receive an award of $275,000.
This year’s grants go to a range of performing arts service organizations, including TCG.
Twelve performing arts organizations will receive funding for national projects.
In a field of 11 honorees are 3 who have had a large and lasting impact on the theatre field.