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Revamping their Directors Project, the League is focusing on providing financial stability and employment opportunities for the post-pandemic era.
Compiled by a group of 15 theatre workers, the standards set goals for more equitable representation, with compliance to be tracked a newly formed group called BLKLST.
16 theatre artists are among this year's cohort of fellows, selected from the largest applicant pool ever.
This year's awards celebrate folks who have helped keep Off-Off-Broadway theatre afloat through the pandemic lockdown.
The conference will present Toossi with the Barrie and Bernice Stavis Playwright Award in recognition of her play 'Wish You Were Here.'
PlayCo's first resident cohort for international Black female theatremakers had their culminating events over the past weeks.
Over 6 months of convening, artEquity's cohort aims to tackle the challenges facing the aim of equity in the arts.
Promoted from his previous position as managing director, Subramanian will co-lead with artistic director Shawn LaCount.
The NYC-based company doubles down on its new-works initiatives in lieu of a traditonal season.
The Kesselring Prize honors emerging playwrights with a financial award, artistic residency, and national recognition.
The Vineyard Theatre award aims to support emerging Black male artists with institutional support, mentorship, and a cash grant.
The program, a collaborative effort among the Gamm and Rhode Island public universities, aims to mentor promising artists of color.
This year's grants support the production and touring of emerging work from artists of diverse backgrounds.
Clare Drobot and Monteze Freeland will join artistic director Marc Masterson in a tripartite leadership model.
The U.S. poet laureate joins the TheatreSquared team to create a new musical about the Native influence on American jazz.
Schultz will join the theatre in November with the aim of expanding its artistic offerings and scope as it reopens.
The award, given to distinguished female directors, this year honors a new-play champion.
Hernandez's commission comes courtesy of four separate theatres, and will involve workshops with kids in each theatre's community.
November Christine, Carmel Dean, and Madeline Myers share a prize aimed at assisting up-and-coming artists with a grant and mentorship.
After 9 years at the helm, he'll leave to take an arts consulting job, also in Portland, and allow for further artistic changes at Artists Rep.
The new awards highlight those who helped keep the Seattle theatre community active and flourishing during the pandemic.
The program aims to connect emerging playwrights with established voices, fostering a new generation of artists.
Previously a producing director with the theatre, Keen-Louie will assume a newly created role overseeing all productions in the theatre's subscription season.
She'll serve as both the head of the University of Connecticut's Dramatic Arts program and as artistic director of Connecticut Repertory Theatre.
The program, a collaboration between Broadway Across America and the Black Theatre Coalition, will give hands-on training in marketing and administration.
The residency program, now in its third year, aims to amplify the voices and artistic impact of international artists while aspiring to foster greater connection among them.
Enhanced COVID safety protocols are a focus, as are strengthening avenues of redress against workplace harassment and discrimination.
An alliance of Black theatre workers and leaders has struck a deal with Broadway's predominantly white leadership to further greater diversity and inclusion.
Both theatre workers and audiences will be required to show proof of vaccination, and audiences must wear masks inside.
In the role, she will expand the theatre's artistic scope within Colorado College, as well as increase community engagement.
Plays by 4 junior high and high school writers have been selected for production and publication.