Beatrice Terry Residency
THE BEATRICE TERRY RESIDENCY
The Drama League Directing Residencies are designed to support the interrogative process of a director creating theater or other work that includes live performance. The residencies offer financial support for a developmental process, rehearsal and administrative space, dramaturgical/mentor support from The Drama League artistic staff, and the opportunity to present the findings of the process publicly. The Drama League is not and will not be the producer of the project, nor of any public or private event in conjunction with this residency; the recipient is responsible for all production, contracting/hiring, or other needs in this regard.
The Beatrice Terry Residency is designed for early or mid-career stage directors who are ALSO the writers of their own work; that is, artists that identify as writer-directors, who most often write the productions that they direct. The residency supports the interrogative process; it offers a stipend to support the writing of the work and the production of a workshop; thirty hours of rehearsal time to develop the script; and a final open rehearsal or staged reading for a public audience.
The Beatrice Terry Residency is open to women and nonbinary people. The Residency seeks to make space and resources for this community, who often encounter barriers as creators when they choose to both write and direct simultaneously.
30 Hours of Rehearsal in The Drama League Theater Center, NYC
Up to three additional hours for Open Rehearsal/Staged Reading
Offered every year
One recipient each cycle
(can be paid directly or used for expenses)
In a timeline and process benefiting the piece and made in consultation with The Drama League, the director writes, revises, and explores the piece with actors and collaborators. The piece will end with a public in-process viewing: either an open rehearsal, or a staged reading.
- Access To Drama League Alumni Programming and Events
- Lifetime Drama League Artistic Membership
- VIP Pass to all publicly offered Drama League programming during Fellowship
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About The Drama League
The Drama League is a home for stage directors, and a platform for dialogue with, and between, the audiences they inspire. Founded in 1916, the organization is one of the longest-running, continuously operating arts service organizations in the United States. To support its programs for artists, or to become a member of its community, please visit www.dramaleague.org.