The theatre’s new building has been recognized by the American Institute of Architects and USITT.
The new fellowship connects BIPOC designers with performing arts organizations, with funding from Disney Live Entertainment.
The survey is being conducted in partnership with SMU DataArts, a culture-focused data analytics center at Southern Methodist University.
The scholarship is named in honor of the lighting designer, who passed in 2020.
Winners will be honored at the USITT conference in Houston.
Scenic and media designer Bryce Cutler will be honored at the USITT conference in 2017.
From the African Grove to the first playwrights’ copyright, from Rude Mechs to the DMX512 dimmer protocol, this was an august month in theatre history.
The backstage-industry nonprofit recognizes Eyring’s legacy of leadership in the field as well as at Theatre Communications Group.