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Mosaic Theater Reveals 2023-2024 Season

Mosaic Theater Company's 2023-2024 Season reexamines, reinvestigates, and reframes our shared history through striking productions by some of the country's most exciting and formidable contemporary playwrights. Learn more about the lineup here!

National Center for Choreography - Akron to Host Second Creative Administration Research Summit Convening

The National Center for Choreography - Akron (NCCAkron) will host the second National Summit Convening for its Creative Administration Research (CAR) program Artists and Thought Partners, Thursday, June 1 through Saturday, June 3, 2023.

Yale Repertory Theatre Commissions New Work by Guadalís Del Carmen, Dave Harris, Rachel Lynett & Sanaz Toossi

Yale Repertory Theatre has announced the commissioning of new work by Guadalís Del Carmen (Bees and Honey), Dave Harris (Tambo & Bones), Rachel Lynett [Apologies to Lorraine Hansberry (You Too August Wilson)], and Sanaz Toossi (English).

CoreDance Contemporary Presents Premiere of RE-STRAIN-ED This May

CoreDance Contemporary presents, 'RE-STRAIN-ED', an evening length program of modern dance May 13 & 14 at The Mark O'Donnell Theatre at The Entertainment Community Fund Arts Center in Brooklyn, NY. On the bill for the night is Artistic Director McCormac's new evening length work of the same title.

New Curator Of Photographs, Prints, And Drawings Appointed At New Orleans Museum Of Art

Susan M. Taylor, The Montine McDaniel Freeman Director of the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA), and Lisa Rotondo-McCord, Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs, has announced the appointment of W. Brian Piper as the museum's new Freeman Family Curator of Photographs, Prints, and Drawings. Piper began his work in this new role on April 3, 2023.

SYREN Modern Dance And Gibney's POP Series To Present ITHAKA in May

As SYREN celebrates its 20-year anniversary, the company will present Ithaka, a nine-section modern dance created by Kate Sutter in collaboration with the dancers of SYREN and set to the lively and dynamic music of LA-based composer and producer Calimossa.

The Actors' Gang's (IM)MIGRANTS OF THE STATE Extended Through Early May

The Actors’ Gang has extended the engagement of (Im)migrants of the State – a unique production created by and based on the real-life experiences of formerly incarcerated actors -  through May 13 by popular demand.

The Tank Launches New Producers Cohort Program

The Tank is launching The Tank Producers Cohort. The Tank Producers Cohort is an innovative program designed to support the unique needs of emerging creative producers.

Choreographer Dominic Moore-Dunson to Present World Premiere of INCOPNEGRO: AFTERMATH at CATAC

 Choreographer Dominic Moore-Dunson will present the world premiere of inCOPnegro: Aftermath, an evening-length dance-theatre performance which explores concepts of safety, police relations, and the importance of community healing.

Cara Ricketts, Joel Ashur & More to Star in World Premiere of James Ijames' GOOD BONES

The cast is set for the world premiere of Good Bones, the next play from Pulitzer Prize-winner James Ijames.

West Coast Premiere Of Ashwini Ramaswamy's LET THE CROWS COME to Open at BroadStage

Ragamala Dance Company's 30th season continues with Choreographic Associate Ashwini Ramaswamy's Let the Crows Come, presented on April 7 & 8, 2023 at 7:30pm at BroadStage.

MorDance Celebrates 10th Anniversary With Two World Premieres

MorDance will celebrate its tenth anniversary performance season with two groundbreaking world premiere ballets centering themes of activism and humanity. Performances are April 28-29, 2023 at 7:30pm at the Gerald W. Lynch Theater at John Jay College as part of the CUNY Dance Initiative.

Interview: Co-Directors Jeremie Loncka And Rich Loya On (IM)MIGRANTS OF THE STATE At The Actors' Gang

For seventeen years, the teaching artists of the Actors’ Gang Prison Project have been creating transformational opportunities for incarcerated men and women. Their latest workshop production, (Im)migrants of the State, is performed by an ensemble of their alumni with over 240 years of combined incarceration who have found their way to freedom and now want to share their stories with audiences. I decided to speak with its co-directors, Jeremie Loncka, who also serves as the Director of Programs for the Actors’ Gang’s Prison Project, and ensemble member Rich Loya, about their vision for the project and how it came into being with the two of them at the helm.

Dance Iquail Will Perform in the New York Premiere of PUBLIC ENEMY at Ailey Cirigroup Theatre

DANCE IQUAIL!, director/choreographer Iquail Shaheed, will return to New York City for its 16th season with the world premiere of PUBLIC ENEMY, a 90-minute work that uses the setting of incarceration to showcase the humanity of black men and the diversity of their humanity. 

NALAC Announces the Selected Fellows for the 2023 Advocacy Leadership Institute

The National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures announces the cohort of artists, arts administrators, and cultural workers participating in the 2023 Advocacy Leadership Institute (ALI). The selected fellows will complete a two-month virtual program culminating with a trip to Washington D.C. this spring to meet with legislators and national arts and nonprofit leaders. 

Talea Ensemble Premieres Works By Anthony Cheung, Tyshawn Sorey, Louis Karchin, March 28

The Talea Ensemble will perform a program of world premieres by Anthony Cheung, Louis Karchin, and Tyshawn Sorey as a part of the 'Written for Talea' concert at the DiMenna Center for Classical Music - Mary Flagler Cary Hall (450 W 37th St, New York, NY 10018) on March 28, 2023.

BroadStage Presents The West Coast Premiere Of LET THE CROWS COME

Evoking mythography and ancestry, Let the Crows Come uses the metaphor of crows as messengers for the living and guides for the departed. In a series of solos/trios, the Indian dance form Bharatanatyam is deconstructed and recontextualized with collaborators Alanna Morris and Berit Ahlgren, who infuse the work with their own traditions of Modern and African Diasporic dance and the Gaga movement from Israel.  

University Of Science & Arts Of Oklahoma to Present Ashwini Ramaswamy's LET THE CROWS COME This Month

Ragamala Dance Company's 30th season will continue with Choreographic Associate Ashwini Ramaswamy's Let the Crows Come, presented on March 23, 2023 at 7:30pm at the Te Ata Memorial Auditorium as part of the Davis-Waldorf Performing Arts Series at the University of Science & Arts of Oklahoma, 1727 W Alabama Ave.

Benjamin Hanna Named Artistic Director of Indiana Repertory Theatre

After an extensive nationwide search with Management Consultants for the Arts, the Indiana Repertory Theatre and its Board of Directors have announced the Theatre’s future Margot Lacy Eccles Artistic Director, Benjamin Hanna. Hanna is the current Associate Artistic Director, and he will work with Janet Allen on this monumental transition until he officially steps into the role after Allen’s retirement on July 1, 2023.

 Carlyle Brown and Milcha Sanchez-Scott Receive 2022 Legacy Playwright Awards

The Legacy Playwrights Initiative has named Carlyle Brown and Milcha Sanchez-Scott the recipients of the 2022 Legacy Playwright Awards. 

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