Grantee tags theater

Recitations in Movement

Lamprea, Stephanie

Year Grant Awarded: 2018

Recitations in Movement is an interdisciplinary performance of George Aperghis' 14 Recitations. This show seeks to express the sufferings of domestic abuse victims through the interaction of movement and voice. Proceeds are donated to Rosie's Place, a battered women's shelter in Boston, MA. Read More

Paradigm Shifts

Encompass New Opera Theatre

Year Grant Awarded: 2017

Music and Cinema come together to celebrate true stories of courageous change-makers from around the world who are preserving our Planet, Oceans, and Wildlife. Read More

Rerelease Party (The Golden Record)

A Host of People

Year Grant Awarded: 2016

Re-Release Party is theatrical performance rooted in the 1977 project led by Carl Sagan and a dynamic team of scientists and artists who created the Golden Record, a phonograph record which attempts to communicate the story of life on earth for extraterrestrials and future humans. Read More

Driftless

Hatch Arts Collective

Year Grant Awarded: 2016

Driftless unearths the full cost of fracking and asks us to consider lives, relationships, and heritage as we seek answers for the future of our world. 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

Nurse Asistio: Living the Filipino American Dream

Asistio, Lesley

Year Grant Awarded: 2016

Nurse Asistio is about a Pilipina woman, who in an attempt to fulfill her mother’s hopes for her to become a nurse, tries to attain the American Dream while still staying true to her roots. This multi-character, surrealist-comedy explores dreams, happiness, relationships, and self-actualization. Read More

Two and Twenty Troubles

Ilyukhin Victor

Year Grant Awarded: 2015

A documentary about performers with disabilities trying to make it in New York City. Read More

19 Wentworth Alley, Chinatown

Chan, Eugenie

Year Grant Awarded: 2014

Drawing on her grandfather's history, a man caught between medical studies & membership in a 1900s Chinatown prostitution guild, Eugenie Chan layers original material with family documents to explore his world of high hopes & hard choices. Read More

Inclusive Performing Arts Workshops for Individuals with Disabilities (2014)

Positive Action Community Theatre (PACT)

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

Our theatre and performing arts workshops teach life skills to children, teens, and young adults with high functioning autism/Aspergers. We utilize improvisational theatre and choreographed dance to popular music sung by the group. Read More

Orville and Wilbur Did It! by David Zellnik (2014)

The New Colony

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

The world premiere of ORVILLE AND WILBUR DID IT! by David Zellnik (Yank!) follows the lives, loves, sadnesses, hopes, fears and egos of five actors and a stage manager in a van doing a non-Equity, 58-city tour across America. June 13- July 20, 201 Read More

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