The $50,000 award goes to Minnesotan who has made significant contributions to the state’s culture.
This year’s recipients are Ashembaga (Ashe) Jaafaru, Margaret Ogas, and Alys Ayumi Ogura.
Price, who joined the company in 2000, will turn her attention to personal artistic projects.
Alia Jeraj, C. Michael Menge, and Atlese Robinson will participate in the Minneapolis development program.
7 organizations partner on free screenings of art and interviews honoring the life and death of George Floyd.
Amid the grief and rage over George Floyd’s murder, but unable to gather and heal through their art, Black theatremakers speak out and demand change.
The Twin Cities company will present new works by local playwrights as part of the lineup.
The lineup will include three mainstage productions, free performances with the Chicago Avenue Project, and a new-works festival.
How co-artistic directors Faye Price and Noël Raymond of the Minneapolis theatre organization infuse the arts into everyday life.
The season will include three world premiere plays.