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Three virtual productions will be filmed live on the Round House stage.
Now in its 29th year, the festival will take place entirely online.
The festival will feature new works by St. Louis theatre professionals and students.
The season will feature two new digital series of original works by playwrights and musicians.
The League also announced the date of the virtual Drama League Awards ceremony this May.
20 stage and film artists will receive $5,000 each through the new program.
The digital Israeli Theatre Collection will offer nine productions from six theatres.
The three-show season will be offered to virtual audiences free of charge.
Collette Appolito Laisure and Anita H. Cook, respectively, will step into the new roles.
The annual festival will feature six public readings and three invite-only presentations.
The program will be overseen by resident artist Jade King Carroll.
The season will feature multiple play readings with customized digital party experiences, including live-streamed D&D games.
The season will feature an original musical about the community of Ithaca, N.Y.
The showcase will feature seven new works by members of Jouska PlayWorks, an ensemble of Black playwrights.
The season will feature three productions, including a co-production with two other regional theatres.
With Dominique Morisseau's play as inspiration, Lincoln Center Theater's education program finds a way to connect and engage high school students.
The inaugural recipient is Tyla Abercrumbie, whose work will receive workshops and readings at Raven.
The festival will feature more than 1,000 performances, many of them outdoors, from February to September.
The season will feature readings, a new audio project, and multiple international collaborations.
The award will provide free legal assistance to five artists applying for O-1B Artist Visas.
Theatre companies across the country and in Mexico City will participate in RomeroFest.
The physical theatre company will provide relief to 32 affiliated artists.
Javaad Alipoor and Kirsty Housley new multi-screen theatre/film offering refracts the human race's struggles through a pair of joy-riding Iranian teens.
The Wisconsin theatre hopes to begin in-person performances by the end of April.
The fellowship will support early-career Black trans and gender nonconforming artists.
Tylie Shider will receive three staged readings of his play 'Certain Aspects of Conflict in the Negro Family.'
The two-week residency will culminate in an online performance of their new work, 'SWITCH.'
Other fellows include Rosten Woo for public art and design and Eddy Kwon for music.
The Bay Area company will continue to offer digital works until the fall.
Brittany K. Allen, Christina Anderson, Christopher Chen, and Portland-based Anya Pearson will develop new works.
Ucross will offer residencies to faculty and graduate students of the Yale School of Drama and School of Music.