Genres Theater

Trail Magic — Grandma Gatewood: An Appalachian Tale

Eden Valley Enterprises

Year Grant Awarded: 2012

The story of Emma Gatewood who became the first woman to solo thru-hike the Appalachian Trail at the age of 67 after raising 11 children and surviving domestic abuse on September 25, 1955! Read More

The Stranger Disease

Goat in the Road Productions

Year Grant Awarded: 2018

The Stranger Disease is a unique immersive theatrical experience that follows seven characters who live in, or orbit around an 1878 New Orleans boarding house as rumors of a yellow fever epidemic begins to spread. The show examines race, class, and gender lines during the Reconstruction-era. Read More

Within Arm’s Reach

Going to Tahiti Productions

Year Grant Awarded: 2012

An original stage adaptation of the novel by Ann Napolitano explores how an unexpected pregnancy rocks a modern Irish American family - "roll[s the] family on its back like a helpless animal, arms and legs waving in the air." Read More

The Fall (2014)

Hanukai, Simón

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

A multi-media theater performance that examines the world's relationship to the moment of the fall of the Berlin Wall, as we approach its 25th anniversary on November 9th, 2014. Read More

LET THE PHOENIX RISE/ Sistah Tribe Theater Project

Heller, Sheri

Year Grant Awarded: 2012

Phoenix Project NYC is a therapeutic theater collective which uses Sheri Heller and Laura Gosheff's play LET THE PHOENIX RISE! as a template for healing through The Phoenix Project Creative Arts Workshop. Read More

Benito Cereno by Robert Lowell.

Horizon Theatre Rep

Year Grant Awarded: 2009

The Year 1770. An American merchant vessel comes upon a mysterious Spanish ship where the nearly all-black crew and their white captain are starving... and yet, why are they so hostile to the Americans' offer to help? Read More

Caligula by Albert Camus

Horizon Theatre Rep

Year Grant Awarded: 2010

Staging of the play Caligula by Albert Camus. Read More

Nights of Wrath

Horizon Theatre Rep

Year Grant Awarded: 2005

Staging of War world II Play. Nights of Wrath by Armand Salacrou. HTR commissioned The first English-language staging. t deals with the anti-Nazi resistance, in which Salacrou himself was a participant. Read More

Hubbard Hall Opera Theater, summer festival conservatory program (2014)

Hubbard Hall Opera Theater

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

The Conservatory program is a four week intensive workshop designed to teach college and graduate level students the basic and finer points of classical performance from the perspective of both actor and singer. Read More

“Living History Heritage Project” (2014)

Images of the Motherland-Interactive Theatre

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

“Living History Heritage Project” This program features the "live dramatic" productions "Muhammad Ali ibn Sayyid-292 United States Colored Troops" and "The Life & Times of Omar ibn Sayyid" plus the "Timbuktu African Artifacts Museum Exhibit". The ye Read More

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