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Plays by 4 junior high and high school writers have been selected for production and publication.
The four artists will fill yearlong curatorial roles, with the mission to expand PlayGround's offerings and community reach.
San Diego REP and Amigos del REP present weekend of new play readings by Latinx playwrights, along with a production of 'Conjunto Blues.'
The expanded positions infuse both local and national talent to the theatre, broadening its artistic scope and reach.
Theatre engineers and architects give $10,000 to an org offering support for injured and ill theatre workers.
The new initiative aims to explore strategies arts organizations of color use to survive and sustain their work.
Sanford Robbins announces impending retirement from his role at the theatre, as well as his positions at the University of Delaware.
In summer 2022, after 19 years leading PSF, he'll transition back to full-time faculty at DeSales University.
The new position expands Rivendell Theatre’s reach, building on Serna's background as an arts and social justice activist.
Elizabeth K. Auman will transition from her post to focus on TimeLine's new uptown theatre.
The new position replaces the old artistic director role, and focuses on expanding Lincoln Center’s cultural reach in the city.
The commission encourages playwrights to write works focusing on scientific and technological themes.
Sideshow Theatre awards Preston Choi with an artist residency and announces the final two streaming installments of its “Digital House Party” series.
On hiatus since 2008, the workshop helps artists develop and stage work with a focus on uplifting disabled artists.
Maltais steps into the position as the theatre resumes in-person programming for the upcoming fall season.
The Idaho company will offer readings of 2 new plays and a fully produced new musical.
The company has added two new artistic positions alongside artistic director, including the company’s first resident playwright.
His departure, agreed upon after multiple allegations of inappropriate backstage conduct, ends his three-decade run at the theatre.
Supported in creating work for any medium, they will explore themes of Middle Eastern culture and community within the U.S.
He leaves the company after six years, triggering a nationwide search for his successor.
An experienced nonprofit producer, she will start in the job in August.
The leadership team of the Ohio theatre expands in anticipation of reopening.
A collaboration with Artist-in-Residency Serenbe will grant Dad’s Garage artists time and resources to develop new work.
The new commission supports Asian American playwrights through a monetary award, institutional support, and a staged reading.
The director’s position will include workshops, artistic planning support, and hiring powers.
This year’s honorees receive a cash award in support of their work, which spans genders, nations, languages, and media.
She leaves after 14 years leading the theatre she founded alongside her husband, Barry Bennett.
She’ll replace the improv theatre’s longtime managing director, Lara Smith, starting in August.
Rebecca Bradshaw and Cary Bland Simpson will spearhead the Ithaca theatre in its first artistic administration change in over a decade.
The multidisciplinary group of artists aims to amplify marginalized voices and foster community through inclusivity and visibility.
Longtime collaborator plans to continue the theatre's commitment to musicals and new works.