Grant Information and Recipients

The new round of funding will be announced in 2017.

2016 Recipients 

Our 2016 giving was focused on Artist Pay to artists of color. The below ten companies were awarded $1,000 each to pay artists for work in their shows:

Bad Theater Fest
Brave New World Rep
Classics In Color
Harunalee
JP Dance Group
Mabou Mines
Sinking Ship Productions
The Platform Group
The Tank
Village Playback Theatre

**The new round of funding will be announced in 2017.**

2015 Recipients 

Our 2015 giving was focused on Artist Pay. The below five companies were awarded $1,000 each to pay artists for work in their shows:
Animal Engine
Concrete Timbre
Live Source
Piehole
The Bushwick Starr

**We are also pleased to announce we were able to give a refresh grant to New York Theater Review and the Indie Theater Guide, our 2014 Community Resource Grant winner.

2014 Recipient

Cogratulations to New York Theater Review and the Indie Theater Guide.

The Indie Theater Guide is our Community Resource grant winner for 2014. Check out their video on the YouTube page linked below and be on the look out for updates on its progress. Congrats to all of the finalists. It was an awesome year of proposals and each project was deserving of funding. If you have any interest in any of the applicants please let us know and we will put you in touch.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCStTgxUojuO8PHHCtAWb_9w

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCStTgxUojuO8PHHCtAWb_9w

2013 Recipient 

Congratulations Gideon Productions, Flux Ensemble and Shaun Bennett Fauntleroy!

Their project, The SH.I.T. List is our first recipient of our Community Resource Grant.  They received $5,000 (or 100,000 nickels!) to make their project a reality.

The S.H.I.T. List is a web-based database that independent theater companies in and around NYC can use to sell, rent, lend or swap basic set pieces, furniture, props and costumes.  Community resource:  Most small theater companies in New York City lack storage space, so set pieces and props hit the dumpster after a show closes.  The S.H.I.T. List is a low-cost solution for reducing waste, lowering design costs, and moving small theater companies toward a greener process.

Watch the video below to learn more about the S.H.I.T. List:

Thank you to all of the participants that submitted proposals.  It was a very exciting process.