News and Updates
2015 Creative Space Grant Round Two Recipients
Thursday, January 15, 2015 12:00 AM

Creative Space Grant recipient Ma-Yi Theatre Company's production of Vampire Cowboys' The Inexplicable Redemption of Agent G // Photo by Peter James Zielinski


Congratulations to the following 66 companies who received a total of 4500 hours through the Creative Space Grant program, supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, for use between January 1 and June 30, 2015.

  • All For One Theater Festival, Inc.
  • Amas Musical Theatre
  • ArtsConnection
  • Between the Seas
  • Braata Productions
  • Buran Theatre
  • Cherry Lane Theatre
  • Clubbed Thumb
  • Concrete Temple Theatre
  • Drama of Works
  • Dramatic Question Theatre
  • Epic Theatre Ensemble
  • Frances Black Projects
  • Girl Be Heard
  • HERE
  • Houses on the Moon Theater Company
  • I.D.E.A.S.
  • Irish Repertory Theatre
  • Keen Company
  • Little Lord
  • Live Source
  • Ma-Yi Theater Company
  • Mint Theater Company
  • Modern-Day Griot Theatre Company
  • Naked Angels
  • National Yiddish Theatre - Folksbiene (NYT-F)
  • New Ohio Theatre
  • New York City Players
  • New York Madness
  • New York Neo-Futurists
  • Old Hat Theatre Company
  • Page 73 Productions
  • Pan Asian Repertory Theatre
  • Parallel Exit, Inc.
  • Prospect Theater Company
  • Rabbit Hole Ensemble
  • Rattlestick Playwrights Theater
  • Red Fern Theatre Company
  • Retro Productions
  • Rising Circle Theater Collective
  • Second Generation Productions
  • Strange Harbor
  • Studio 42
  • Target Margin Theater
  • Tectonic Theater Project
  • The Brick Theater, Inc.
  • The Civilians
  • The Debate Society
  • The Drama League
  • The Flea Theater
  • The Foundry Theatre
  • The Pearl Theatre Company
  • The Play Company
  • The Playwrights Realm
  • The Shadow Box Theatre
  • The Shakespeare Society
  • The Tank
  • The TEAM
  • Theater Breaking Through Barriers
  • Theater Reconstruction Ensemble
  • Theatre 167
  • Theatre Askew
  • VH Theatrical Development Foundation
  • WaxFactory
  • Woodshed Collective
  • Working Theater
Best Wishes, Ann Marie // Happy New Year
Thursday, January 08, 2015 12:00 AM


Happy New Year, everybody!

We are all so excited to be back after a restful holiday season. As you can tell from this Member News, we have been busy hiring new staff and saying goodbye to Seth Hamlin and Brett Hecksher, whom we will miss sorely. The Programs team has grown in a new way, and we are thrilled to have Kati Frazier on board as our new Communications and Membership Coordinator. She will be your point of contact for Member News, the website, and everything Memberclicks-related, including registrations and application forms. Adeola Adegbola will be our Programs Coordinator, and will be working with members on large events like Curtain Call and Intern Fair, as well as on workshops, roundtables, and grants. As ever, Zach Hollwedel will be assisting members with the Bridge Loan program.

The Development Department is growing as well. As you all know, our own Katherine Heberling has become Director of Development. Brooke Berescik-Johns has joined our team as Manager of Individual Giving and Events. We are still on the lookout for a crack grant writer, so if you know anyone wonderful, send them our way.

This expanding team at A.R.T./New York is so excited for the year to come and we all wish you a happy and healthy 2015!

Best wishes,
Ann Marie
Bel Geddes Application Closed
Monday, October 06, 2014 12:00 AM

Collapsible Giraffe, Dream of a Red Chamber // Photo by Joshua Higgason 2014 Edith Lutyens and Norman Bel Geddes Design Enhancement Fund RecipientCollapsible Giraffe, Dream of a Red Chamber // Photo by Joshua Higgason
2014 Edith Lutyens and Norman Bel Geddes Design Enhancement Fund Recipient

The application for The Edith Lutyens and Norman Bel Geddes Design Enhancement Fund is now closed! Everyone at A.R.T./New York is thrilled to see so many accomplished and exciting proposals for this grant. The creativity and expansive thinking demonstrated in the applications is truly remarkable. 

A.R.T./New York will convene a panel comprised of designers and arts administrators who work here in New York’s nonprofit theatre community—like all our grants, funding is determined by a peer panel review. After reviewing the applications and the work samples submitted by the applicants, the panel will convene in early November to discuss the pool of applicants and determine funding. These decisions will then be rendered to the Edith Lutyens and Norman Bel Geddes Foundation, and all grantees will be informed on December 5, 2014 by letter. 

As ever, we are deeply grateful to the Edith Lutyens and Norman Bel Geddes Foundation for their support of this innovative and exciting grant opportunity for the A.R.T./New York membership. If you have any questions about the The Edith Lutyens and Norman Bel Geddes Design Enhancement Fund or any other A.R.T./New York grants, please check our website or contact Ann Marie Lonsdale, Director of Programs, at (212) 244-6667 ext. 221 or [email protected]

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