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  • New York, NY
    An artistic incubator since 1986, Dixon Place is a Bessie and Obie Award-winning nonprofit institution committed to supporting the creative process by presenting original works of theater, dance, music, puppetry, circus arts, literature & visual art at all stages of development. Presenting over 1000 creators a year, this local haven inspires & encourages diverse artists of all stripes & callings to take risks, generate new ideas & consummate new practices. The artist’s experience is given top priority through our professional atmosphere and remuneration, and their process is...
  • THE NYC CELEBRATION OF QUEER CULTURE JULY 6 - AUGUST 1, 2020 HOT began at Dixon Place in 1992 as the first month-long comprehensive LGBTQ+ festival of theater, dance, music, literature and homoeroticism for the whole family. It remains the longest running festival of its kind in the world! In support of LGBTQ+ people of color, a portion of donations & ticket sales during the HOT Festival will be donated to organizations that support queer Black Indigenous People of Color including but not limited to: Ali Forney Center, The Okra Project, INCITE!, Audre Lord Project, Gays Against Guns, NY...
  • The Women Center Stage Festival, formerly an initiative of Culture Project, New York’s premier home for socially conscious theater, is returning to New York this spring. Women Center Stage is part multidisciplinary performance/part multicultural salon; a place for artists to build community, share their stories, and create a fresh theatrical landscape. Founded in 1996, Culture Project is the preeminent destination for artistic work that investigates the most urgent social and political issues of our time. We believe art is a powerful force that can lift the human spirit, catalyze public...
  • The mission of American Indian Community House (AICH) is to improve and promote the well-being of the American Indian Community and to increase the visibility of American Indian cultures in an urban setting in order to cultivate awareness, understanding and respect.
  • New York, NY
    Est. 1985. SEA is the premiere Bilingual Arts-in-Education Organization and Latino Children's Theatre in the United States. SEA has created and produced a combination of educational theatre productions and art workshops/programs specifically designed to examine, challenge and create possible solutions for current educational, social and community issues.
  • New York, NY
    Est. 1982. Teatro LATEA (Latin American Theater Experiment Associates) is a theater production company, which for over 30 years has run its own performance/rehearsal space in The Clemente located in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Since its inception LATEA has opened its doors to a multitude of performers, artists and theater companies to forge theatrical experiences in this 76 seat experimental space. The mission of LATEA involves promoting multicultural theater and developing underrepresented audiences while presenting a variety of theatrical works with a Latino emphasis.
  • The Fantastic Experimental Latino Theater Inc. is headquartered in New York, NY, and is a 501(c)(3) organization. EIN: 13-3678199. Donations are tax-deductible. The IRS NTEE classification code is A650, Theater within the Arts, Culture and Humanities category.
  • New York, NY
    Pioneers Go East Collective (the collective), is a small-scale arts and cultural organization inspiring a lively exchange of queer art and culture by connecting people to ideas and experiences. We empower a collective of thought provoking, adventurous, and proud LGBTQ artists, and we are dedicated to Latinx, BIPOC, and immigrant artists and teaching artists and their communities in all 5 boroughs. We explore stories of vulnerability and courage for social change. Built on the social and political principles of inclusion, justice, and visibility, we support artists that reflect and advance...
  • ERS creates its performances through extended periods of collaboration. A typical development cycle includes 4-6 intensive work periods within a 2 year period, which conclude with work-in-progress showings. Time off between development is filled with touring and presentations of finished works. Following completion, the piece is presented in NYC for an extended run and is toured throughout the US and abroad.
  • New York, NY
    The Arctic Cycle uses storytelling and live performance to foster dialogue about our global climate crisis, create an empowering vision of the future, and inspire people to take action. Operating on the principle that complex problems must be addressed through collaborative efforts, we work with artists across disciplines and geographic borders, solicit input from researchers in the humanities, natural sciences, and social sciences, and actively seek community and educational partners.
  • DMAC produces theater works by Latino playwrights or by non-Latino playwrights which can be cast with Latino actors. Prefer small casts of under 7 actors. Submissions are accepted year-round.
  • The Gene Frankel Theatre at 24 Bond Street in lower Manhattan, has remained steadfast since Gene Frankel founded the theater in 1949. Currently, with Gail Thacker at the helm, the Gene Frankel Theatre is vibrant with classes and innovative theatre. Our goal is to keep theatre alive by nurturing new talents that voice who we are today.