Eric M. Glover (Faculty) comments on how this movement happened and what it means for Broadway.
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The gift of $150 million ensures that from this day forward, in perpetuity, the School is tuition-free.
ReImagine aims to support the development and visibility of new works for young audiences by BIPOC playwrights.
Presented by the Adams and Reisch Foundation, the award honors playwrights who create significant, idea-driven work throughout their career.
Ferrentino’s play about a woman with Down Syndrome and her siblings was developed during the 2016 Carlotta Festival of New Plays.
In a writers’ room that includes Lynn Nottage (’89, Former Faculty), Smith’s Peabody-winning vision invites excitement and collaboration.
Wilder is one of two playwrighting Fellows in the inaugural Commissioning and Fellowship Program at the Festival.
Breslin and Foley joined the creative team of Ratatouille: The TikTok Musical, a TodayTix streaming event benefitting The Actors Fund.
“It is thrilling to welcome more than a dozen field-leading professionals to our community,” said Dean James Bundy.
Audible aims to connect extraordinary performers with remarkable original work, amplifying new voices to millions of listeners.