Sundance Institute Theatre Lab Announces 2019 Fellows

Industry News   Sundance Institute Theatre Lab Announces 2019 Fellows
David Adjmi, Somi Kakoma, Faisal Abu Alhayjaa, and Dima Mikhayel Matta will develop projects at this year’s theatre lab.
Sundance Institute
Sundance Institute

The Sundance Institute has announced details of its 2019 Theatre Lab Fellows and Projects. Sundance has selected 15 “globally-focused” theatremakers to participate in this year’s lab, running July 8–28 in Utah.

Selected projects and artists include The Blind King, by David Adjmi and directed by Sarah Lunnie; Definition, written and directed by Whitney White; Don’t Eat The Mangos, by Ricardo Pérez González and directed by David Mendizábal; Dreaming Zenzile, by Somi Kakoma and directed by Lileana Blain-Cruz;The Garden, by Charlayne Woodard and directed by Liz Diamond; London-Jenin, devised and performed by Faisal Abu Alhayjaa and Alaa Shehada, written and directed by Khawla Ibraheem; On That Day in Amsterdam, by Clarence Coo and directed by Kareem Fahmy; and an untitled project by Bassem Youssef.

Artists in residence include Ritesh Batra, Heather Christian, Dima Mikhayel Matta, and Fadi Toufiq.

This year’s Theatre Lab Advisory Committee comprised Maria Goyanes, Janice Paran, Clint Ramos, Liesl Tommy, Stephen Wadsworth, and Stephanie Ybarra.


Click Here to Shop for Theatre
Merchandise in the Playbill Store
Industry News