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The updated season includes two new plays by Dael Orlandersmith.
The ongoing virtual festival will feature 3 new-play readings, in addition to a variety of panels on science and theatre.
The opera theatre has launched the Opera Writers Diversity and Representation Initiative to increase participation of BIPOC opera artists in their flagship program.
The theatre for young audiences will return to in-person programming in November.
Data from the consulting firm ArtsBridge suggest that parents and students remain concerned but cautiously optimistic about the future of arts education.
The online festival will feature readings from plays and musicals, as well as talks with writers.
The season will feature the premiere of a new virtual play by Christopher Chen and the pre-Broadway run of the musical 'Soul Train.'
Audience size limitations will be based on local health guidelines.
A new audio play series will lead up to outdoor programming in July and August.
The grant program will benefit ten BIPOC, trans, and disabled artists.
Broadway Licensing has established an advisory committee to help rights holders navigate the merge.
The festival will showcase the work of the Playwrights Realm's 2021 Writing Fellows.
The inaugural fellows include Amara Tabor-Smith, Margo Hall, Rodrigo Reyes, and the People's Kitchen Collective.
The spring season will feature new and returning on-demand and live streaming productions.
The 2021 cohort includes multiple artists working in theatre, dance, and music.
Paz Brownrigg, who has been with DePaul since 2008, will step in following the departure of John Culbert.
Geva has commissioned 29 writers to pen works about historical women of Rochester.
The outdoor season includes 'King Lear' starring André De Shields.
Tim Stoltenberg will remain interim artistic director as the board searches for a new managing director.
The sixth cohort will consist of eight NYC-based BIPOC leaders in all theatre disciplines.
Bekah Brunstetter and Charly Evon Simpson will develop new works for the first @PLAY series.
The free collection of works and resources centering Black women artists will be available through March 31.
The cohort includes Meg DeBoard, Yolanda Marie Franklin, Awoye Timpo, and Edward Torres.
One year into the pandemic, artists and leadership find ways to collaborate---and clash---on the best ways to support their communities.
The season will feature virtual staged readings of multiple new works in development.
This year's award recognizes Benjamin Scheuer and team Melissa Li and Kit Yan.
The season will feature the final filmed performance of late PURE ensemble member David Lee Nelson.
The series will feature four new plays to be streamed live online.
The company will stream two filmed productions, including one originally slated to play spring 2020.
The theme for the 13th annual contest is justice.
Ananias J Dixon, Nina Domingue, Siaara Freeman, and Toby Vera Bercovici have been named Premiere Fellows.