Moses will be awarded $15,000 and a reading of his play ‘The Ally’ at Theater J’s annual benefit next week.
Created to broaden racial and ethnic portrayals of Jewishness onstage, the program provides playwrights with a $10,000 commission and a $5,000 developmental budget to support the creation of their new full-length plays over the next two and a half years.
The musicals-focused company will create a dual leadership model in place as its longtime singular leader, Robb Hunt, retires.
Far from simply preaching tolerance among Jews, Christians, and Muslims, this 18th-century comic fable insists on true inclusion and fellowship.
The program will commission 7 Jewish playwrights of color in an effort to ‘correct and broaden’ conceptions of Jewishness onstage.
‘Here There Are Blueberries’ by Moisés Kaufman and Amanda Gronich will be honored in a ceremony in December.
The digital Israeli Theatre Collection will offer nine productions from six theatres.
The company will present a series of digital readings and classes in place of its previously scheduled in-person programming.
Plays exploring the Jewish experience receive the first Trish Vradenburg Jewish Play Prize and the Patty Abramson Jewish Play Prize.
The season announcement is accompanied with the launch of a new-work development program and the expansion of its apprentice program.