News and Updates
2020 Cycle 1 Creative Space Grant Recipients
Thursday, June 20, 2019 12:00 AM

A photo of a woman wearing a mermaid costume behind a blue bead curtain


A still from END OF MERMAIDS by Corkscrew Theater Festival, a CSG FY19 Cycle 1 Recipient.
 Photo by Alex Bailey.

A.R.T./New York is proud to announce the 2020 Cycle 1 recipients of the Creative Space Grant

The following 69 companies received between $500 and $1,750 in credit to be used on studio space at A.R.T./New York's [email protected] in Manhattan and the LuEsther T. Mertz South Oxford Space in Fort Greene, Brooklyn between July and December of 2019.

 
Amas Musical Theatre 
American Opera Projects 
AMiOS 
ArtsConnection 
Blessed Unrest 
Bluelaces Theater Company 
Boundless Theatre Company Inc. 
Broken Box Mime Theater 
Brown Girls & Sacred Burlesque 
CO/LAB Theater Group 
CONCH SHELL PRODUCTIONS 
Corkscrew Theatre Festival 
Divaria Productions 
Drama of Works 
Dramatic Question Theatre (DQT) 
Ensemble Studio Theatre 
EPIC Players 
Exquisite Corpse Company 
Fault Line Theatre 
Gingold Theatrical Group 
Girl Be Heard 
Honest Accomplice Theatre 
Keen Company 
Leviathan Lab 
Liberation Theatre Company
Life Jacket Theatre Company 
Little Did Productions 
Little Lord 
LubDub Theatre Company 
National Alliance for Musical Theatre 
National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene 
New York City Children's Theater 
New York Deaf Theatre 
New York Neo-Futurists
North Coast NYC 
One Year Lease, Inc. 
Out of the Box Theatrics 
Page 73 Productions 
Pan Asian Repertory Theatre 
Peculiar Works Project 
Play By Play 
Poetic Theater Productions 
Rebel Playhouse 
Samieva Theater Company 
Silver Glass Productions 
Sinking Ship Productions 
SITI Company 
Spellbound Theatre 
Square One Collective 
Stable Cable Lab Co. 
Superhero Clubhouse 
The Anthropologists 
The Arctic Cycle 
The Art Garage 
The Associates Theater Ensemble 
The Farm Theater 
The Lobbyists 
The Movement Theatre Company 
The Playwrights Realm 
The Tank 
Theater Breaking Through Barriers Corp. 
Theater in Asylum 
Theatre Now New York 
THML Theatre Company 
Torn Out Theater 
viBe Theater Experience 
Voyage Theater Company, Inc. 
Woodshed Collective 
Yangtze Repertory Theatre
 
 
A.R.T./New York Receives $160,000 from The Shubert Foundation
Friday, June 14, 2019 12:00 AM

 

NEW YORK CITY — The Shubert Foundation has awarded a record total of $30 million to 533 not-for-profit performing arts organizations across the United States. Two thousand nineteen marks the 38th consecutive year that the Foundation has increased its giving. “Our longstanding practice of providing help in the form of general operating support remains unchanged. We are convinced that talented artists and administrators are best able to decide how to use the funds we grant,” said Michael I. Sovern, The Shubert Foundation’s President.  

The Shubert Foundation is especially interested in providing support to professional resident theatre and dance companies that develop and produce new American work. “Every organization receiving a 2018 Foundation grant has demonstrated an extraordinary commitment to the performing arts,” said The Shubert Foundation’s Chairman, Philip J. Smith. “We want to help lift some of the financial burden so that the companies we support are able to focus on producing thought-provoking, relevant work for the widest possible audience.”

The Shubert Foundation is one the nation’s largest funders dedicated to unrestricted support for not-for-profit theatres, dance companies, professional theatre training programs, and related service agencies. Ranging from $10,000 to $325,000, the grants benefit a broad spectrum of arts organizations, from large to small, covering a wide range of locations, from urban to rural.

"The Shubert Foundation's deep commitment to the nonprofit theatre is the reason New York City is the theatre capital of the world. Our work truly wouldn't be possible without their general operating support. They make June the best month of the year!" said Ginny LouLoudes, Executive Director of A.R.T./New York.

For more information on this Shubert Foundation announcement, visit http://www.shubertfoundation.org.

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Press Contacts:

Nathalie Thomas Media and Outreach Coordinator The Alliance of Resident Theatres New York, 520 Eight Ave, Suite 319, New York, NY 10018 [email protected] 212-244-6667 x230

Bill Evans Director of Media Relations The Shubert Organization 225 West 44th Street New York, NY 10036 212-944-3780 [email protected]

 
 
A.R.T./New York Celebrates Jeffrey Gural, Mia Katigbak, and J.T. Rogers at their 2019 Gala
Wednesday, May 29, 2019 12:00 AM

 

"A.R.T./New York goes beyond culture; it goes into education and life experience."
-Tim Robbins, ACADEMY AWARD-WINNING ACTOR 

"They're really the voice of Off-Broadway and not-for-profit theatres."
Todd Haimes, ARTISTIC DIRECTOR & CEO - ROUNDABOUT THEATER COMPANY

"A.R.T./New York helps nonprofit theatre companies afford space."
– Billy Porter, TONY AWARD-WINNING ACTOR - KINKY BOOTS

"A.R.T./New York had a dream to provide their members with beautiful, state-of-the-art theatres that are on par with our Broadway companies and as I look around me, I have to say: 'Wow. I cannot wait to appear on these stages'. "
Daphne Rubin-Vega, TONY & DRAMA DESK Award-nominated ACTOR - RENT

 

NEW YORK CITY—The Alliance of Resident Theatres/NewYork (A.R.T./New York) will celebrate its 2019 Gala on Monday, June 3rd overlooking the Hudson River at Current Pier 59, Chelsea Piers. With over 40 years of service to over 410 member theatres, A.R.T./New York is excited to honor three theatre luminaries: Board Chairman and visionary philanthropist, Jeffrey Gural; award-winning actress, and advocate for Asian American Artists, Mia Katigbak; and Tony and Obie Award-winning playwright, J.T. Rogers. The evening will begin at 6:00 pm with custom cocktails and hors d'oeuvres on an open floor for artists, patrons, and some of New York's most beloved philanthropists to mingle. Dinner begins at 7:00 pm, featuring new and original musical performances commemorating the lives and work of the three honorees, directed by Laura Brandel with arrangements & lyrics by Timothy Huang. 

A.R.T./New York is especially thrilled to acknowledge this year’s honorees. As powerhouse individuals in the community, they have helped to shape the nonprofit theatre field by championing growth and inclusivity both on and off the stage. With excitement toward this momentous occasion, Executive Director Ginny Louloudes says, "New York City's nonprofit theatre community is a special one, led by some of the most dynamic, creative and passionate people I've ever met. What strikes me most about all of our honorees is that they are all great risk takers. They each are adept at thinking critically, taking calculated risks, and then matching it with their talent. Our community is stronger because these individuals were courageous enough to alter the trajectory of our field for the better, and by doing so, they have given far more than they have taken."

 

This year's honorees are:

Jeff Gural: Chairman and Principal of GFP Real Estate; long-standing supporter of numerous New York City cultural and social organizations, and A.R.T./New York board chair.

Mia Katigbak: Obie award-winning actor, and producing artistic director and co-founder of the National Asian American Theatre Company (NAATCO).

J.T. Rogers: Tony and Obie award-winning playwright, 2012 Guggenheim Fellow, and early Nancy Quinn fund recipient. 

Jeff Gural will be awarded the Kathy and Howard J. Aibel Award named in honor of our former A.R.T./New York board chair Howard Aibel; and Mia Katigback along with J.T. Rogers will receive the Abe L. Blinder Award, named in honor of our former A.R.T./New York board treasurer and chief fundraiser, Abe L. Blinder. Previous recipients of The Kathy and Howard J. Aibel award include Florence and Richard Fabricant, Eric Gural, Ed Jones, Tim Hartzell, Lisa Cliff Kurtz, Toshiko Mori, Steve Olson, Laure Pels, Gretchen Shugart, Ted Snowdon, and Claudia Wagner. Previous recipients of the Abe L. Blinder Award include Julia Levy, Lynn Nottage, S. Epatha Merkerson, Jessie Mueller, Andy Truschinki, Pam MacKinnon, Joe Grifasi, Susan Hilferty, Sigourney Weaver, Jim Simpson, Cherry Jones, Jerry Stiller, Anne Meara, and Andrew Lance.

 

A.R.T./New York is accepting press inquiries up until Friday, May 31st. Press interested in covering the Gala should fill out this form https://airtable.com/shrXQ2veYiYuEseMg.

Press Contact:
Nathalie Thomas | Media and Outreach Coordinator
[email protected]
212-244-6667

 
 
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