2022-23 Theater Project Grants

What: Support for Triangle theater projects during the 2022-23 season
Total Grantees: 18
Total Awarded: $44,000

We put out a call for project grant applications in the spring of 2022, for theater events taking place in the Triangle during the 2022-23 season. In August 2022, an independent panel evaluated the applications and awarded a total of $44,000 in grants to 18 theater companies and individual artists. The grants – ranging from $1,000 to $3,500 – will support the work of close to 500 individual Triangle theater artists and reach an estimated total audience of 10,500 across the Triangle counties of Durham, Chatham, Orange, and Wake.

List of Grantees and Projects:

• Artist Soapbox (with Capital Arts Theater Guild): ASBX Live
• Dale Baron: Has Anyone Seen My Life?
• The Bipeds Dance Theater Company: The Bipeds Present: Shadowbox Sessions
• Bulldog Ensemble Theater: Redwood
• Burning Coal Theatre Company: a great big wooly mammoth thawing from the ice
• Chatham Arts Council: The Chatham Experience: JumpstART
• Diamante Arts and Cultural Center: The Last Virgin in Cuba
• The Durham Savoyards, Ltd.: The Yeomen of the Guard
• Honest Pint Theatre Company: Away Home
• The Justice Theater Project: The Dead Man
• National Women’s Theatre Festival: 8th Annual National Women’s Theatre Festival
• Ana Radulescu: The Maids/The Butlers/The Maids/The Butlers…Shut the F*ck Up OR The American Maids Project (a devised reworking of Jean Genet’s crowded bedroom)
• RedBird Theater Company: A Doll’s House, Part 2
• StreetSigns Center for Literature and Performance: New Works Initiative
• Sweet Tea Shakespeare: A Little Princess
• Switchyard Theatre Company: Fuddy Meers
• Vault Theatre: Theatre for Young Audiences Tour
• Walltown Children’s Theatre: 2022 Durham Nutcracker