New York Times Company Foundation Fund Awards Grants to 25 Theatres

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Twenty-five not-for-profit theatres received a total of $82,000 in grant money awarded by The New York Times Company Foundation Fund for Mid-Size Theatres.

The Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York (A.R.T./New York) administered the awards, which were given to companies with annual operating budgets between $500,000 and $5 million.

In a statement A.R.T./New York executive director Virginia P. Louloudes said, "I am astonished when I look at the incredible range of the companies who have been selected . . . as the recipients of this year's New York Times Company Foundation Fund for Mid-size Theatres grants. The richness of New York's theatre community is amazing, as is the Foundation's commitment to ensure that the community continues to thrive. I am, as always, eternally grateful to the Foundation for trusting us to administer this program and for providing this much-needed general operating support."

Recipients of this year's grants follow.

Atlantic Theater Company, Inc.
Brooklyn Arts Exchange - BAX
Black Spectrum Theatre Company, Inc.
Classical Theatre of Harlem, Inc.
Coney Island USA
CSC Repertory, LTD
DiCapo Opera Theatre
Ensemble Studio Theatre
The Flea Theater
HERE Arts Center
The Irish Repertory Theatre, Inc.
La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club, Inc.
Mabou Mines Development Foundation, Inc.
Ma-Yi Theatre Ensemble, Inc.
MCC Theater
Mint Theater Company, Inc.
Ping Chong and Company
Pregones Theater
Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre Co.
Queens Theatre in the Park, Inc.
Repertorio Espanol
Thalia Spanish Theatre, Inc.
Women's Project and Productions
Wooster Group, Inc.
Young Playwrights, Inc.

The New York Times Company Foundation will also make a contribution to A.R.T./New York's existing JPMorgan Chase Fund for Small Theatres. The Foundation will award nearly $150,000 to companies with annual operating budgets between $100,000 and $500,000. *

A.R.T./New York is the service organization "for the nation's largest, most culturally diverse and artistically influential theatre community: Off-Broadway." For more information visit the "About A.R.T./New York" section of offbroadwayonline.com.

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