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ART/NY Accepting Apps for JPMorgan Chase Fund for Small Theatres

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To date, The JPMorgan Chase Fund for Small Theatres has awarded a total of $977,000.

Other Blogger Group to Give Fringe Awards — Email a Title,...

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Transparency, I guess, is no longer of interest to the Independent Theater Bloggers Association.

New Article: The Inaugural Lunt-Fontanne Fellowship

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All the actors received $2,500 "in recognition of their exceptional contributions to their home communities and to the overall quality of American theater."

Theatre Library Association Announces 41st Annual Awards

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Two excellent books and two excellent stewards of scholarship will receive Theatre Library Association awards.

You Make Films? Need $5K? Know How to Save Gas and...

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Filmmakers/videographers can win $5,000 making a two-minute piece illustrating one of the Drive Smarter Challenge tips.

USC Annenberg/Getty Arts Journalism Fellowships Announced

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How does today's arts journalist, especially during a worldwide economic downturn, become the focus for conversation and persuasion?

Critics Chair Tells Tony Awards: “Don’t Be Stupid!” They Reply: “Nyeh,...

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Broadway and critics should make common cause for their art. Haven't the American Theatre Wing and Broadway League always supported that ideal?

Dahling, Who’ll Win the Noël Coward Prize?

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The goal, for the Noël, is the whole package.

The Tony Fallout Continues: the Times Lures Average Joes into the...

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As one commenter writes about the Tonys, "The ratings aren't even equal to the number of people who attend Broadway each year."

First-Night Critics Lose Tony-Voting Privileges. Producers Salivate and Sigh.

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And then there's the Broadway producer who said the New York Times' theater criticism suffers because Ben Brantley and Charles Isherwood are "gay white men."

Got Musicals? Apps Being Accepted for 2010 Jonathan Larson Grants

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Emerging composers, lyricists and book writers get their due.

Immersive Theater Brings Legendary Nellie Bly Back to Life

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Remembering a period of history that was downright cruel, especially in regard to women's health -- and the woman who exposed it all.
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