Applications Now Open for 2024 Prince Fellowship | Playbill

Industry News Applications Now Open for 2024 Prince Fellowship

The program was established to support the next generation of creative producers, and renamed in honor of the late director and producer Harold Prince.

Harold Prince Marc J. Franklin

Applications are open now through July 1 for the 2024 Prince Fellowship, established to support the next generation of creative producers. Formerly known as The T. Fellowship, the program was renamed in 2021 in honor of the late producer, director, and T. Fellowship founder Harold Prince.

The fellowship is presented in association with Columbia University School of the Arts, and will run from September 2024 to August 2025. Selected fellows will receive a stipend of $10,000, a $20,000 budget for the development of a new theatrical production, access to courses in Columbia’s MFA Theatre Management & Producing Program, and mentorship from prominent producers and industry specialists. The current mentors are Kristin Caskey, Sue Frost, Tom Schumacher, Jeffrey Seller, and David Stone

Fellows will also be connected with advisory group of industry specialists to complement the mentorship and academic curriculum. The group includes Victoria Bailey, Christopher Burney, Lisa Dawn Cave, Nina Essman, Kamilah Forbes, Robert Fried, Colleen Jennings-Roggensack, Brian Moreland, Julio Peterson, Natasha Sinha, Donna Walker-Kuhne, Schele Williams, and Kumiko Yoshii.

Past fellows include Orin Wolf, John Pinckard, Aaron Glick, Jen Hoguet, Christopher Maring, Allison Bressi, Rachel Sussman, Ben Holtzman, Osh Ghanimah, Lawryn Lacroix, Jamila Ponton Bragg, Cynthia Dorsey, Amy Marie Haven, and Maxwell Beer.

Support for The Prince Fellowship is generously provided by The Broadway League and The John Gore Organization. The program is managed by Columbia University School of the Arts.

Prospective applicants are encouraged to join an informational webinar June 13 at 6:00 PM ET. 

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