Grant Programs at a Glance

 

Leadership U[niversity]

Leadership U[niversity] prepares professionals from all areas of the theatre for greater leadership responsibilities and long-term careers in the theatre. The program makes awards in two different areas: One-on-One grants of $75,000 plus additional support for early-career leaders and Continuing Ed grants of up to $5,000 for mid-career or veteran professionals.

Continuing Ed Application Deadline: 
TBA

One-on-One Application Deadline: 
TBA

Fox Foundation Resident Actor Fellowships

Fox Foundation Resident Actor Fellowships supports actors and their artistic and professional development.  Awards to actors are in two areas: Distinguished Achievement grants of $25,000 for actors with a substantial body of work and Extraordinary Potential grants of $15,000 plus additional support for early to mid-career actors. Host theatres receive $7,500 for costs associated with residency.

Application Deadline: TBA
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SPARK Leadership Program

The SPARK Leadership Program will provide rising leaders of color with the opportunity to participate in a 9-month curriculum that will focus on Knowledge and Skills-Building, Networking and Professional Connections and Self-Awareness and Inclusion.

Application Deadline: TBA

Young Leaders of Color

The Young Leaders of Color Program was created in 2008 to gather groups of young theatre professionals of color from around the U.S. at TCG's National Conferences to engage in a dialogue about the new generation of leadership.

Alan Schneider Director Award

This biannual award is designed to identify and assist exceptional mid-career freelance directors.

Edgerton Conference Subsidies

Through the generosity of the Edgerton Foundation, TCG is thrilled to offer conference subsidies to 40 playwrights whose work has been supported by the Edgerton Foundation’s New American Play Awards.

 

Audience (R)Evolution

The program will offer TCG Member Theatres up to $65,000 to (Re)Model or (Re)Imagine audience engagement and/or community development models by providing support in two initiatives: (Re)Modeling will support organizations who aim to increase their proficiency in reaching specific audience(s)/community(ies) and (Re)imagining will support organizations with a high level of proficiency and successful track record of reaching audience(s)/community(ies) who now seek new and/or different ways to deepen or expand this work.

Application Deadline: TBA

Global Connections

Global Connections supports geographically unrestricted travel to foster international collaborations between US-based artists and their colleagues around the world. The program offers funding in two different categories: On the Road travel grants of up to $5,000 each and In the Lab project development grants of $10,000 each.

Application Deadline: October 22, 2014
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MetLife/TCG A-ha! Program

MetLife/TCG A-ha! supports creative thinking in theatres and enables them to try new approaches to problem-solving.  The program offers two different initiatives: Think It grants of $25,000 for research and development and Do It grants of $50,000 to support implementation and testing of new ideas.

Application Deadline: April 28, 2014
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American Theatre Bay Area Commissioning Fund

Supported by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, this opportunity is aimed at developing in-depth professional relationships between American Theatre magazine and established theatre journalists in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Applications for this program are not being accepted at this time.

 


 

Photo Credits: From top left, Di Zhu as Lucia in Another Life, by Karen Malpede, Global Connections, photo by Beatriz Schiller; Pearl Khuu, Grace Nevarez-Ortiz, Annabel Brain Hope, Celeste Zuleta, Brianna Robert, Alasia Waters, and Lewana Kidane in Artist-Investigator Jo Kreiter’s GirlFly, MetLife/TCG A-ha! Program, photo by Rapt Productions; Bruce Turk at Ecole Philippe Gaulier, Fox Foundation Resident Actor Fellow, photo by Tan Chui Mui; Mark Kidd, Megan Sandberg-Zakian, Ashley Davis, Jason Goedken, Herbert Siguenza, New Generations Future Leaders, photo by Michal Daniel; Bart DeLorenzo, Alan Schneider Award, photo by Michal Daniel.  From bottom left, Amanda Delheimer Dimond, Quentin Talley, Maureen Towey, Matt O'Hare, Diana Buirski, Leadership U[niversity] Mentees, photo by Michal Daniel; Fernando Córdova and Artús Chávez Novelo in Guerra by Seth Bockley and Devon De Mayo, Global Connections, photo by Ernesto Muñoz; Andre Lancaster, Young Leaders of Color, photo by Michal Daniel; Laurie McCants in Industrious Angels, Fox Foundation Resident Actor Fellow, photo by Cindy McBeth Collins. Top of page