Genres Theater

ATM or this is [not] new york

Sponsored By Nobody/Kevin Doyle

Year Grant Awarded: 2010

A work of interdisciplinary theatre that uses New Yorkers' interactions with our city's homeless population as a means to investigate shifting demographics and values under the financial crisis. Premiered November 2010 at Monty Arts Center, Antwerp. Read More

How I Learned to Drive

Starwberry Theatre Workshop

Year Grant Awarded: 2018

"How I Learned to Drive" is a forgiving story of an unforgivable relationship. Strawberry Theatre Workshop staged Paula Vogel's Pulitzer Prize winner June 7-July 7 at 12th Ave Arts in Seattle. Read More

Women You Thought You Knew; A Trilogy

Stephanie Lynn Wilson

Year Grant Awarded: 2016

Three full length plays about three different women who are typically prejudged by society. "The Grinder" about a stripper past her prime; Silk Stockings and a Bible" about a Swing Era chorus girl; and "Wild Child" about a Chinese American party girl who takes up with a PTSD Viet Nam veteran Read More

DRIVING THE BODY BACK

Swanderwoman Productions

Year Grant Awarded: 2012

A performance tour of Iowa Poet Mary Swander's poetic narrative, DRIVING THE BODY BACK. This intimate story of Irish family history staged and performed by actor Karan Benton has won critical and audience acclaim throughout the midwest. Read More

SURVIVE!

Swim Pony Performing Arts

Year Grant Awarded: 2010

Part performance, part installation, and part choose-your-own-adventure, SURVIVE! takes on themes of science, sustainability and humanity’s existence in the universe by letting audiences wander through 20,000 sq ft of performance installation. Read More

¡BIENVENIDOS BLANCOS! OR WELCOME WHITE PEOPLE!

Team Sunshine Performance Corporation

Year Grant Awarded: 2016

¡BIENVENIDOS BLANCOS! OR WELCOME WHITE PEOPLE! explores Cuba’s long history of appeasing/revolting against dominantly “white” nations and economic forces. The piece puts on display how this history has shaped the ways contemporary individuals of Cuban descent understand themselves and their culture. Read More

No Pants In Tucson

The Anthropologists

Year Grant Awarded: 2021

The Anthropologists presents the World Premiere of No Pants in Tucson. It’s the year 1883 and an ordinance prohibiting women from wearing pants has been ordered in Tucson. In the subversive new comedy, No Pants In Tucson, The Anthropologists dares to calculate the cost of gender oppression. Read More

The Playwright’s Response to Conflict & Social Crisis

The Artist's Path Inc.

Year Grant Awarded: 2010

The Artist's Path supports art and artists who shape our world. The play SEVEN traces The remarkable, true story of seven women who overcome insurmountable odds to achieve justice and freedom in their home countries, from Cambodia to Afghanistan. Read More

Love Makes the World Go Round

The Artist's Path Inc.

Year Grant Awarded: 2012

A multi disciplinary project including new theatre works, dance, visual art and music all of which explore the many faces of love. Graphic created by the staff of The Daily Courier Read More

Big Green Theater (2014)

The Bushwick Starr

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

BIG GREEN THEATER (BGT) is an annual eco-playwriting program and green theater festival celebrating environmental education, sustainability in the arts, and community enrichment. Read More

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