The New York company is restructuring its executive leadership, as well as bringing in new playwrights and works to develop for 2016.
The new-play incubator and creative home opens its doors for emerging artists to develop work.
The grants, made possible by playwright Robert Askins, will be awarded to Lucy Gillespie, Paul Cameron Hardy, Martyna Majok, among others.
Zinn takes on a new role at the Massachusetts-based theatre.
Tom Lazarus’s new play ‘Princes of Kings Road’ traces two Viennese modernists who briefly worked together, then split up—then met again in an L.A. hospital.
The roster includes a play by Graham Greene and a coproduction with EST/Sloan of a new play Anna Ziegler.
The new-play competition is part of the company’s larger project to both challenge and help the American theatre to reflect the nation’s changing demographics.
The Canadian playwright of “The Best Brothers” didn’t know he had a play in him about an annoying but ultimately lovable new best friend.
The kind of tension his plays provide may be just what contemporary audiences are looking for.
The New York theatre has kept its focus on making new plays, in good times and bad.