League of Professional Theatre Women Announces 2022 Leadership and Spring Season Events | Playbill

Industry News League of Professional Theatre Women Announces 2022 Leadership and Spring Season Events

The LPTW has championed women in the professional theatre for four decades.

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The League of Professional Theatre Women (LPTW) has announced the youngest, most diverse leadership in its history: co-presidents Mary E. Hodges and Katrin Hilbe, and Executive Vice President Malini Singh McDonald. 

In addition to these appointments, LPTW has announced their 2022 Spring events, including an Oral History Project interview with Emily Mann, conducted by Alexis Greene at the New York Public Library February 24 at 6:00 PM and The Lucille Lortel Awards Toast featuring Ianne Fields Stewart March 28 at 12:00 PM. 

LPTW has also announced that 2023 Gilder/Coigney International Theatre Award Program nominations are being accepted through April 15. Named after Rosamond Gilder and Martha Coigney, the award is presented every three years and acknowledges the exceptional work of theatre women around the world, promotes expanded visibility and new opportunities for the awardee and her sister nominees, and fosters connections and networking with LPTW members and local cultural institutions. It also recognizes the contributions that an international theatre artist has made to her culture and the lives of past audiences.

Further information may be found at TheatreWomen.org

 
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