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The Public Works Dallas 2017 production of The Tempest, directed by Drama League alumnus Kevin Moriarty.
Open To: Early and Mid-career stage directors interested in community-based, participatory theatrical work. For 2020, the successful candidate will have a working familiarity with both English and Spanish.
The Public Works Directing Fellowship is a partnership between The Drama League, Dallas Theater Center, and Public Works Dallas, a groundbreaking community engagement and participatory theater project designed to deliberately blur the line between professional artists and Dallas community members.
In the wildly and radically inclusive spirit of Public Works Dallas, applicants are accepted from all interested parties. To that end, we enthusiastically encourage the applications of directors who do not often see themselves reflected across the field and/or those whose paths to direction may have been nonlinear or nontraditional. NOTE: Applicants must be fluent in both English and Spanish.
1) PROFESSIONALS WEEK
May 11-15, 2020 - Professionals Week is an intensive immersion in the professional theater. Fellows will attend performances, participate in seminars and workshops with prominent industry professionals, and participate in discussions designed to prepare you for the demands and expectations of the field.
2) PUBLIC WORKS DALLAS
May 16-August 3, 2020: The selected Fellow serves as Associate Director on the project, and is mentored by both Drama League and Dallas Theater Center staff to fully inhabit, explore and participate in the radically inclusive nature of this theater making.
The stipend amount will be determined next April, the amount of which will be disclosed prior to acceptance. For the 2019 cycle, the Stipend was $4,000 for the 11 active weeks of the fellowship, paid in equal installments. Taxes will be deducted from the stipend in accordance with federal, state and local law.
Round-Trip and In-City Transportation is provided for the following activities:
Travel is not provided for:
Housing is provided for the following activities:
Housing is not provided for:
The Drama League is a dedicated advocate for increased diversity and for the inclusion of artists of color and of disability in all our programs. We aim to achieve full inclusion in all our programs, providing opportunities for directors to tell their stories, so that we make a theater that truly reflects the society in which we live; where each artist is considered on his/her merits as an individual; where the stories being told are drawn from authentic and diverse experiences; and where our individual humanity can be celebrated. To this end, the Drama League actively encourages and seeks applications from directors of all communities, especially those that have traditionally been denied equitable opportunities.
The Drama League does not and shall not discriminate, and will take affirmative actions to ensure against discrimination, on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, gender identity, gender expression, age, national origin, ancestry, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, the selection of fellowship and residency artists; selection of staff, artists, partners, volunteers, subcontractors, vendors and clients; and provision of services.