DuBoff, a sound designer for such New York productions as The Constant Wife, The Good Body, Beebo Brinker Chronicles, Spain and Well, will be presented with the Ruth Morley Designing Women Award. Composer, percussionist, performer and sound designer David Van Tieghem will present Du Boff with her award.
The Lucille Lortel Award — which includes a $2,500 grant — will be presented to Page 73 Productions, which has produced work by early-career playwrights for over a decade. The award is given annually to "a theatre showing great creative promise." Elizabeth Jones, the company's founder and executive director, will accept the award at the upcoming luncheon.
The Lucille Lortel Women's Visionary Award, which will be given for the first time, will be presented to Voice & Vision, a New York-based company that "develops work with women at the core and provides them with time, space and resources to create in an environment free from commercial pressures." Jean Wagner, Voice & Vision's artistic director, will accept the $1,000 award.
Tickets to The League of Professional Theatre Women's 2008 Awards ceremony luncheon, priced $35, are available by calling (212) 501-6667.
* Founded in 1981 by Julia Miles, the League of Professional Theatre Women is an "advocacy organization for reinforcing the positive image, promoting the visibility, and increasing the opportunities for women in the arts and entertainment industries, particularly the professional theatre." For more information visit www.theatrewomen.org.