The Pulitzer-winning author of ‘English’ and the Pulitzer finalists for ‘On Sugarland’ and ‘The Far Country’ gather to talk craft, language, expectation, and optimism.
The fellowship includes a new-play commission, a living allowance, access to office and rehearsal space, a ticket stipend, and a developmental workshop.
This season SPACE plans to honor existing commitments to a cohort of over 40 artists who applied and were accepted, but whose residencies have had to be deferred primarily due to the pandemic.
The finalists are Aleshea Harris for ‘On Sugarland’ and Lloyd Suh for ‘The Far Country.’
Guadalís Del Carmen, Dave Harris, Rachel Lynett, and Sanaz Toossi will develop new works with support from the Binger Center for New Theatre.
This year’s recipients include Samuel D. Hunter, Sanaz Toossi, Caridad Svich, Jules Feiffer, Gretchen Cryer, and Nancy Ford.
When SpeakEasy Stage Company puts on plays featuring cross-cultural currents and racial conflicts, Kira Troilo’s consulting work proves crucial.
The $25,000 grant aims to recognize a deserving artist and keep a spotlight on the field’s gender inequity.
This year’s cohort, its first at full capacity since COVID, includes such familiar theatre names as Dave Malloy, Anne Washburn, and Sanaz Toossi.
The upstate N.Y. retreat has announced the 2022 participants for its 6 residency programs as well as the recipients of the Bryan Gallace/Posthumous Prodigy Productions Fellowship.