The four winners will receive $30,000 to support their work.
The honorees will be celebrated at the 59th annual ceremony in October.
The fellows will take part in residencies at the New Hampshire artist colony.
The Amplify 2023 Gala Celebration will also celebrate this year's Mauricio Leyton Award Recipient, Homies Unidos.
The massive inflatable award is organized by NextUp Comedy, one of the leading comedy distributors in the U.K.
The six plays will be published and available for licensing by Concord Theatricals.
Recognizing the best of new writing at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the newspaper's Fringe First Awards are a recognition coveted by artists.
Producer Jamie deRoy will also be honored at the November event.
Dede Ayite, Ty Defoe, Dael Orlandersmith, and more are joining the panel.
A potential SAG/AFTRA strike may force a postponement for the TV awards.
The annual award was the first award within the theatre industry to honor choruses and ensembles in the original companies of Broadway musicals.
The ceremony will be held January 8 in Beverly Hills, California.
Presented by the ASCAP Foundation and the Educational Theatre Association, the award includes a $5,000 prize.
The 52nd anniversary induction ceremony will be held in November at the Gershwin Theatre.
Provincetown Theater will honor this year's winners at its annual gala.
Productions must open by February 27, 2024, to be eligible for nomination.
Amalia Oliva Rojas and Danielle Stagger are currently pursuing graduate degrees in playwriting.
The evening will feature performances by Bonnie Milligan, Jason Robert Brown, Ken Page, Carolee Carmello, and more.
See photos from Monday's ceremony, including photos of the nominees and the winners, Lauren A. Marchand and Langston Lee.
Take a look at this roundup of Jimmy Award performances from some of the most talented teens in the country—from impressive medleys, to dance-filled numbers, to soaring solos.
Lauren A. Marchand of Long Island, New York and Langston Lee of Austin, Texas were last night’s Best Performance winners—here’s what they had to say about their big moment.
The best in high school musical theatre will be crowned at Broadway's Minskoff Theatre.
The 46th class of Kennedy Center Honorees will be celebrated December 3 in Washington, D.C., in an evening hosted by Gloria Estefan.
York Theatre Company will honor the three-time Tony winner at its 31st Oscar Hammerstein Gala.
The upcoming ceremony at the New York offices of Actors’ Equity Association will also be live streamed.
Some of the highlights from the 76th Annual Tony Awards, presented June 11 from United Palace in Washington Heights.
Kimberly Akimbo and Leopoldstadt came out on top at Broadway's biggest night, held June 11 at United Palace in Washington Heights.
Both Grey and Kander were honored during The Tony Awards: Act One June 11.
The 2023 ceremony, which saw historic wins, went completely unscripted June 11.
A look at some of the takeaways and trends from the June 11 ceremony.
Topdog/Underdog, which closed several months ago, took home only one win–and it was for Best Revival of a Play.
The win caps off an evening of five wins for the Jeanine Tesori-David Lindsay-Abaire musical, the most of any production this season.
Clark accepted her second career Tony Award for her performance in Kimberly Akimbo.
The win makes Tom Stoppard the most Tony-winning playwright in theatrical history.
Ben Platt and Micaela Diamond lead the Jason Robert Brown musical.
Lindsay-Abaire takes the prize for the book to Kimberly Akimbo, adapted from his play.
Newell takes the prize for Best Featured Actor in a Musical for their performance in Shucked.
The win is the Kenny Leon-helmed production's first at the June 11 ceremony.
Silverman wins for a character that has won a Tony for every Broadway actor to play the role in the Lorraine Hansberry play.
Arden won Best Direction of a Musical for his work on Parade.
Marber has been recognized for his direction of Leopoldstadt.
Milligan takes the prize for her performance in Kimberly Akimbo and in her speech made an entreaty for acceptance.
Uranowitz takes the prize for his performance in Leopoldstadt.
Nicholaw takes the prize for choreographing Some Like It Hot.
Tesori and David Lindsay-Abaire take the first prize of the evening.
The evening also saw historic wins for non-binary performers Alex Newell and J. Harrison Ghee.
Acting couple Mandy Patinkin and Kathryn Grody hosted the ceremony at Sardi's.
This year's ceremony honored Some Like It Hot's NaTasha Yvette Williams, Little Shop of Horrors' Joy Woods, and wig designer Nikiya Mathis.
Winners will be named in a starry ceremony at United Palace in Washington Heights June 11.
The inaugural awards give LGBTQ critics the change to annually honor Broadway and Off-Broadway artistry.
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