Introducing our 2022 Initiative:

Meet the 2022 ALP Recipients

To change the equity landscape of the American Theatre canon to increase the representation of BIPOC women and nonbinary playwrights 40+ by investing in their success through grant funding for emerging playwrights. Each award is $10,000 unrestricted funds. Applications are open March 7 – April 1, 2022 . Recipients announced July 2022. AGE is committed to curating the AGE Legacy Playwright grants program within the limits of our resources. Therefore, we will only be accepting the first 100 applications.

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Artists Repertory Theatre is excited to announce that Lava Alapai has been selected to be our new Associate Artistic Director! Welcome Lava!

“Lava was a key part of why I was so excited to come to this community and get involved", says Artistic Director Jeanette Harrison. "Lava is an inspiring emerging leader, and I am so thrilled to foster her growth and have her join the Artistic leadership team. Lava will bring a deep knowledge of the community both locally and regionally, which is crucial for ART living out its promise as a community center for all.” Alapai’s work as a director includes a broad range of new plays and musicals. Alapai co-directed the highly acclaimed Artists Rep production of An Octoroon by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins. Alapai has continued to flex her remarkable director style with The Revolutionists, The Chinese Lady (Artists Rep), School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play (an ART co-production with Portland Center Stage). Lava Alapai shares, “I’m excited to go on this journey with Artists Repertory Theatre, which has been my artistic home for the past few years as a Resident Artist. I look forward to connecting with the Portland community in my new role.”
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