News and Updates
2019 Cycle One Creative Space Grantees
Monday, July 02, 2018 12:00 AM

2019 Creative Space Grantee Blessed Unrest's production of The Snow Queen.  

A.R.T./New York is proud to announce the 2019 Cycle 1 recipients of the Creative Space Grant! The following 64 companies received a total of $68,850 of credit for use in A.R.T./New York studios at [email protected] and the LuEsther T. Mertz South Oxford Space from July to December.
 
The Creative Space Grant, supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, is an in-kind grant of free rehearsal space in A.R.T./New York's studio spaces at the LuEsther T. Mertz South Oxford Space and [email protected]

 

Actionplay
Amas Musical Theatre
American Bard Theater Company
American Opera Projects
BCT Brooklyn Children's Theatre Inc
Blessed Unrest
Boundless Theatre Company Inc.
Broken Box Mime Theater
Buran Theatre
Caborca
CO/LAB Theater Group
Concrete Temple Theatre
Corkscrew Theater Festival
CRASH Theater Co.
Dramatic Question Theatre
DreamStreet Theatre Company
Ensemble Studio Theatre
EPIC Players 
Everyday Inferno Theatre Company
Flying Carpet Theatre
Girl Be Heard
Hedgepig Ensemble Theatre
HERE
Honest Accomplice Theatre Inc.
Houses on the Moon Theater Company
Hunger and Thirst Theatre
Keen Company
Leviathan Lab
Liberation Theatre Company
Life Jacket Theatre Co.
LubDub Theatre Co
Lucy Jackson

 

Lyra Theater
NAATCO
National Alliance for Musical Theatre
National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene (NYTF)
New York City Children's Theater
New York Deaf Theatre
New York Theatre Barn
Nia Theatrical Production Company
Nightdrive
North Coast
Out of the Box Theatrics
Pan Asian Repertory Theatre
Parallel Exit
Pioneers Go East Collective
Prism Stage Company
Rattlestick Playwrights Theater
Rebel Playhouse
Scandinavian American Theater Company
Spellbound Theatre
Stable Cable Lab Co.
The 24 Hour Plays
The Drama League
The Mother Line Story Project
The Movement Theatre Company
The Muse Project
The NOW Collective
The Playwrights Realm, Inc.
Theater Breaking Through Barriers Corp.
Torn Out Theater, Inc.
Transport Group Theatre Company
Two Headed Rep
Untitled Theater Company No. 61

 
 
 
 
2018 Nancy Quinn Fund Grantees
Thursday, May 17, 2018 12:00 AM

2017 Nancy Quinn Fund Grantee The Syndicate's production of CIVILITY! at The Brick  

A.R.T./New York is please to announce the recipients of the 2018 Nancy Quinn Fund. This year we increased the size of the grant, making more grants at higher levels, and solidifying our commitment to providing general operating support to theatres with annual budgets under $100,000. The following 46 theatre companies have been rewarded between $750 and $2,500, made possible in part by generous funding from the Mental Insight Foundation and the New York State Council on the Arts:  



The Assembly Theater Project
Blessed Unrest
Boomerang Theatre Company
Broken Box Mime Theater
Buran Theatre
Circus Amok
Concrete Temple Theatre
Drama of Works
The Drunkard's Wife
Everyday Inferno Theatre Company
Falconworks Theater Company
The Farm Theater
Flux Theatre Ensemble
General Mischief Dance Theatre
Group .BR
Hedgepig Ensemble Theatre, Inc.
Honest Accomplice Theatre
id Theater
Immediate Medium
IRT Theater Inc
Kyoung's Pacific Beat
La Troupe Makandal, Inc.
LaMicro Theater

Little Did Productions
Live Source Theatre Group
National Asian Artists Project, Inc.
The New Stage Theatre Company
New York Deaf Theatre, Ltd.
New York Theatre Barn
Noor Theatre
Parallel Exit
Peculiar Works Project
Piehole
Pioneers Go East Collective, Inc.
Project Y Theatre Company
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Rising Circle Theater Collective
Rising Sun Performance Company
Smoke & Mirrors Collaborative
Spellbound Theatre
Steps Theatre
Superhero Clubhouse
The Syndicate
Torn Out Theater, Inc.
UP Theater Company, Inc.
WaxFactory

 
Congratulations to all of this year's grantees, and thank you to all our applicants for participating in the process!


 
 
 
 
Announcement: New York Theater Program
Friday, March 23, 2018 12:00 AM
 

Partnership with
the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

      

 Dear NYC Theatre Community: 


We are thrilled to share the news with you that next month A.R.T./New York will begin planning for the next round of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation's New York Theater Program (NYTP) as a re-granting program. We have been entrusted to design a selection and panel process intend to make millions of dollars in support available to the New York City theatre community by way of multi-year, general operating funds. This is a great honor, and we are humbled that The Mellon Foundation has asked us to work in partnership with them.

As some of you can attest, this grant program is an example of the best that foundation grantmaking can be: large grants made over multiple years, with few programmatic restrictions. This type of funding is based on a relationship of mutual trust and respect between the funder and the theatre. The bones of the program are incredibly strong, and we inherit a brilliant legacy. However, as the needs of the community are ever-changing, there is always room for innovation as we strive to expand our impact.

For A.R.T./New York, this means investigating new ways of incorporating feedback, listening, and connection in our planning process. This is why we are taking a full year for site visits to see work and meet with theatre staff. The brilliant Todd London, speaking to a group of colleagues in the arts service field, said, "ecosystems can, in fact, be echo-systems," and we take this warning to heart. We cannot just do what has always been done. We need to listen intently, and hear what the field is saying to us. We need to seek out those companies and artists who have been overlooked because of systemic oppression or because they define success by nontraditional metrics. We also want to streamline the grant process so that it's less cumbersome and more impactful, without losing the rigor that characterizes Mellon's and A.R.T./New York's work in the field.

You can find more specific information about the program on A.R.T./New York's website, and we'll continue to provide updates as they emerge. In the meantime, we invite you to join us in making this program as dynamic as the New York theatre scene. Your work, your artistry, your excellence, your impact, your love, and your community are what make this opportunity so special. We seek your recommendations for auditors, the members of our community who will actually see and evaluate artistic work, as well as nominations for theatre companies to be considered for the grant. We hope that you will share your thoughts and ideas with us, as we move forward on planning the future of NYTP.

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation's New York Theater Program is truly an amazing opportunity for A.R.T./New York to fulfill our mission of service to nonprofit theatres. We are grateful to serve you in this capacity, and know that with your partnership, we will make it the best it can be.

With best wishes,


      



Ginny and Ann Marie

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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