This month we host a special conversation about the search process that led NYC’s Rattlestick Theatre to hire its new artistic director, Will Davis.
Kreimendahl will continue his ongoing residency through a Mellon Foundation grant.
The fellowship comes with a $35,000 living stipend, a $5,000 artistic fund, mentorship with a chosen mentor playwright, workshops, readings, and more.
What would take a busy freelance director off the road? The chance to gather and serve communities—especially those who’ve been under-served.
The fellowship comes with a $5,000 stipend, personalized mentorship, and a three-week incubation period, followed by a one-week developmental workshop and presentation of their work.
The festival will be led by a 100% immigrant artist team.
When the busy director succeeds Daniella Topol in the position as of May 1, he will be the first transgender leader of a major non-LGBTQ-specific theatre.
IndieSpace, HERE Arts, New Ohio, and Rattlestick Theater collaborated on the new space.
She’ll leave the theatre after leading it for 7 years, in a career change inspired in part by a play she staged there, Cusi Cram’s ‘Novenas for a Lost Hospital.’