The grants will provide support for actors to develop community projects and new works at host theatres.
The residency will allow three playwrights to develop and present work at ACT’s Strand Theater.
The season features a new play and a world premiere musical, as well as the remount of a children’s show in the Philippines.
The playwright’s works come from within. Some also come from his own experience.
The season includes a A. Rey Pamatmat world premiere, a new play by Nandita Shenoy, and the return of a favorite by Lloyd Suh.
Annie Baker and Rajiv Joseph win the Steinberg Distinguished Playwright Award, Amy E. Hughes receives the Barnard Hewitt Award for theatre research, and a round-up of more prizes and awards from our December 2013 issue.
The author of “Jesus in India” and “American Hwangup” discusses the premiere of his new work at the Children’s Theater Company in Minneapolis.
Readers both reinforce and challenge our article, “The Artist as Entrepreneur,” and more.
Lloyd Suh’s new play offers a look at teen Jesus.
The forecast is neither foul nor fair—and theatres are planning accordingly.