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Organization name: Theatre for a New Audience, Inc.

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CH-50880-11Challenge Programs: Challenge GrantsTheatre for a New Audience, Inc.Theatre for a New Audience: Expanding Humanities Programming and Establishing a Humanities Endowment Fund12/1/2009 - 7/31/2015$500,000.00Katie Beganics   Theatre for a New Audience, Inc.New YorkNY10014-2840USA2010Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralChallenge GrantsChallenge Programs05000000500000

Endowment and bridge funding for new and expanded humanities programming, publications, and staff salary enhancements.

To accompany the opening of its first home in Downtown Brooklyn's BAM Cultural District, Theatre for a New Audience plans to launch an expanded humanities program. As part of its nearly-completed $56.5 million capital campaign, the Theatre will create a $10 million endowment that will support institutional operations, as well as wide-ranging artistic, educational and public initiatives. The Theatre requests an NEH Challenge grant of $500,000 to be matched 3:1 with non-federal funds. $300,000 is requested for three years of bridge support to launch new and expanded humanities programming while we build our endowment. The remaining $200,000, plus the entire match, will establish an endowed Fund for Humanities Programs and Publications within the $10 million endowment to ensure the stability and growth of these new initiatives.

ED-22143-01Education Programs: Education Development and DemonstrationTheatre for a New Audience, Inc.Scholars and Teachers: In Depth Staff Development on Teach- ing Shakespeare9/1/2001 - 3/31/2003$25,000.00Jennifer Donello   Theatre for a New Audience, Inc.New YorkNY10014-2840USA2001EducationEducation Development and DemonstrationEducation Programs250000250000

A series of six workshops on Shakespeare's CYMBELINE for thirty teachers at Meyer Levin Intermediate School, a performing arts middle school in Brooklyn.

ED-50305-03Education Programs: Education Development and DemonstrationTheatre for a New Audience, Inc.Scholars and Teachers9/1/2003 - 3/31/2004$23,898.00Joseph Giardina   Theatre for a New Audience, Inc.New YorkNY10014-2840USA2003EducationEducation Development and DemonstrationEducation Programs238980238980

A series of six workshops on Shakespeare's Pericles for twenty-seven teachers in four middle schools in District 18, Brooklyn.

ES-231043-15Education Programs: Institutes for K-12 EducatorsTheatre for a New Audience, Inc.Scholarship and Performance: Teaching Shakespeare's Plays7/18/2016 - 12/31/2016$138,609.00Katie Beganics   Theatre for a New Audience, Inc.New YorkNY10014-2840USA2015Classical LiteratureInstitutes for K-12 EducatorsEducation Programs13860901386090

A two-week institute for twenty-five school teachers focusing on themes of justice and equity in William Shakespeare’s plays A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Merchant of Venice, and Othello.

Theatre for a New Audience requests a grant of $138,609 from the National Endowment for the Humanities to support a two-week Summer Institute for school teachers in the summer of 2016 on Scholarship and Performance: A Combined Approach to Teaching Shakespeare's Plays. The Institute will be offered to 25 middle and high school teachers from around the country and will take place at Theatre for a New Audience's new home, Polonsky Shakespeare Center in Brooklyn, New York. Focusing on the themes of justice and equity in A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, and OTHELLO, the Institute uses a carefully integrated approach to exploring text-based scholarship, contextual and original source material, language, and performance.

ES-250902-16Education Programs: Institutes for K-12 EducatorsTheatre for a New Audience, Inc.Scholarship and Performance: Teaching Shakespeare's Plays10/1/2016 - 12/31/2017$146,826.00Katie Beganics   Theatre for a New Audience, Inc.New YorkNY10014-2840USA2016Arts, OtherInstitutes for K-12 EducatorsEducation Programs14682601468260

A two-week institute for twenty-five schoolteachers focusing on the representations of family life in William Shakespeare’s plays Twelfth Night, Hamlet, and The Winter’s Tale

Theatre for a New Audience (TFANA) proposes a two-week Summer Institute for school teachers on Scholarship and Performance: A Combined Approach to Teaching Shakespeare’s Plays, to be held July 12 – 28, 2017, at TFANA’s Polonsky Shakespeare Center in Brooklyn, New York. Offered to a national group of 25 middle and high school teachers, the Institute uses a carefully integrated approach to exploring text-based scholarship, contextual and original source material, language, and performance in three Shakespeare plays. This year’s participants will study TWELFTH NIGHT, HAMLET and THE WINTER'S TALE under the guidance of leading Shakespeare scholars and master teaching artists. The Institute will focus on Shakespeare’s representations of family life, with an emphasis on new approaches to issues of gender, authority, marriage, service, and friendship in the plays; recent scholarship on Shakespeare; and research in other fields.

ES-256831-17Education Programs: Institutes for K-12 EducatorsTheatre for a New Audience, Inc.Scholarship and Performance: Teaching Shakespeare’s Plays10/1/2017 - 12/31/2018$148,976.00Victoria Barclay   Theatre for a New Audience, Inc.New YorkNY10014-2840USA2017Arts, OtherInstitutes for K-12 EducatorsEducation Programs14897601489760

A two-week institute for twenty-five school teachers focusing on the themes of community and national identity in William Shakespeare’s plays The Merry Wives of Windsor, Macbeth, and King Lear.

Theatre for a New Audience (TFANA) proposes a two-week Summer Institute on Scholarship and Performance: Teaching Shakespeare’s Plays, to be held July 16-27, 2018, at TFANA’s Polonsky Shakespeare Center in Brooklyn, New York. Offered to a national group of 25 middle and high school teachers, the Institute introduces a carefully integrated approach for exploring text-based scholarship, contextual and original source material, language, and performance in three Shakespeare plays. This year’s participants will study THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR, MACBETH, and KING LEAR under the guidance of leading Shakespeare scholars Julie Crawford (Columbia University) and Mario DiGangi (Lehman College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York), and master teaching artists and theatre practitioners Krista Apple and Claudia Zelevansky.

ES-261599-18Education Programs: Institutes for K-12 EducatorsTheatre for a New Audience, Inc.Teaching Shakespeare’s Plays through Scholarship and Performance10/1/2018 - 12/31/2019$153,877.00Kathleen Dorman   Theatre for a New Audience, Inc.New YorkNY10014-2840USA2018Arts, OtherInstitutes for K-12 EducatorsEducation Programs15387701538770

A two-week summer institute for 25 school teachers on the text and performance of Shakespeare’s plays.

Theatre for a New Audience (TFANA) proposes a two-week Summer Institute on Scholarship and Performance: Teaching Shakespeare's Plays, to be held July 15-26, 2019, at TFANA's Polonsky Shakespeare Center in Brooklyn, New York. Offered to a national group of 25 middle and high school teachers, the Institute introduces a carefully integrated approach for exploring text-based scholarship, contextual and original source material, language, and performance in three Shakespeare plays. This year's participants will study ROMEO AND JULIET, ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL, and RICHARD III under the guidance of leading Shakespeare scholars Julie Crawford (Columbia University) and Mario DiGangi (Lehman College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York), and master teaching artists and theatre practitioners Krista Apple and Claudia Zelevansky.

ES-272537-20Education Programs: Institutes for K-12 EducatorsTheatre for a New Audience, Inc.Teaching Shakespeare's Plays Through Scholarship and Performance10/1/2020 - 9/30/2023$189,535.71Lindsay Tanner   Theatre for a New Audience, Inc.New YorkNY10014-2840USA2020Arts, OtherInstitutes for K-12 EducatorsEducation Programs189535.7101841360

A two-week institute for 25 middle and high school teachers on the text and performance of Shakespeare’s plays.

Theatre for a New Audience (TFANA) proposes a two-week Summer Institute entitled Teaching Shakespeare's Plays through Scholarship and Performance, to be held July 12-23, 2021 at TFANA's Polonsky Shakespeare Center in Brooklyn, New York. Offered to a national group of 25 middle and high school teachers, the Institute introduces a carefully integrated approach for exploring text-based scholarship, contextual and original source material, language, and performance in three Shakespeare plays. This year's participants will study MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, MEASURE FOR MEASURE and OTHELLO under the guidance of leading Shakespeare scholars Julie Crawford (Columbia University) and Mario DiGangi (Lehman College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York), and master teaching artists and theatre practitioners Krista Apple and Claudia Zelevansky.

ES-293712-23Education Programs: Institutes for K-12 EducatorsTheatre for a New Audience, Inc.Teaching Shakespeare's Plays through Scholarship and Performance10/1/2023 - 12/31/2024$174,990.66Lindsay TannerJulieAnneCrawfordTheatre for a New Audience, Inc.New YorkNY10014-2840USA2023Arts, OtherInstitutes for K-12 EducatorsEducation Programs174990.6601749900

A two-week institute for 25 K-12 educators on the theme of nature and good government in the text and performance of Shakespeare’s As You Like It and King Lear.

Theatre for a New Audience (TFANA) proposes a two-week Summer Institute entitled Teaching Shakespeare's Plays through Scholarship and Performance, to be held July 15-26, 2024 at TFANA's Polonsky Shakespeare Center in Brooklyn, New York. Offered to a national group of 25 middle and high school teachers, the Institute introduces a carefully integrated approach for exploring text-based scholarship, contextual and original source material, language, and performance in three Shakespeare plays. This year's participants will study AS YOU LIKE IT and KING LEAR under the guidance of leading Shakespeare scholars Julie Crawford (Columbia University), Mario DiGangi (Lehman College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York), master teaching artists and theatre practitioners Krista Apple and Claudia Zelevansky, and K-12 leader Maria Fahey.

ES-50351-10Education Programs: Institutes for K-12 EducatorsTheatre for a New Audience, Inc.Shakespeare Institute10/1/2010 - 12/31/2011$121,574.00Katie Beganics   Theatre for a New Audience, Inc.New YorkNY10014-2840USA2010British LiteratureInstitutes for K-12 EducatorsEducation Programs12157401089220

A two-week summer institute for twenty-five school teachers focusing on common themes in William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, Taming of the Shrew, and Henry V.

Theatre for a New Audience requests a grant of $121,574 from the National Endowment for the Humanities to support its TFANA Shakespeare Institute, which will be offered to 25 school teachers from around the country. The Institute will be conducted at the Columbia University campus in New York City for two weeks during the summer of 2010. The TFANA Shakespeare Institute will provide much needed, in-depth training in understanding and teaching Shakespeare’s plays, language and themes.

ES-50582-14Education Programs: Institutes for K-12 EducatorsTheatre for a New Audience, Inc.Scholarship and Performance: A Combined Approach to Teaching Shakespeare's Plays10/1/2014 - 12/31/2015$136,071.00Katie Beganics   Theatre for a New Audience, Inc.New YorkNY10014-2840USA2014Classical LiteratureInstitutes for K-12 EducatorsEducation Programs13607101360710

A two-week summer institute for twenty-five school teachers focusing on the theme "Politics and Persuasion" in William Shakespeare's plays As You Like It, Julius Caesar, and Macbeth.

Theatre for a New Audience requests a grant of $136,071 from the National Endowment for the Humanities to support a two-week Summer Institute for school teachers in the summer of 2015 on Scholarship and Performance: A Combined Approach to Teaching Shakespeare's Plays. The Institute will be offered to 25 middle and high school teachers from around the country and will take place at Theatre for a New Audience's new Polonsky Shakespeare Center in Brooklyn, New York. Focusing on the theme of Politics and Persuasion in As You Like it, Julius Caesar and Macbeth, the Institute uses a carefully integrated approach to exploring text-based scholarship, contextual and original source material, language, and performance.

EZ-50101-05Education Programs: Faculty Humanities WorkshopsTheatre for a New Audience, Inc.Shakespeare Teachers' Workshop11/1/2005 - 3/31/2007$46,030.00Joseph Giardina   Theatre for a New Audience, Inc.New YorkNY10014-2840USA2005British LiteratureFaculty Humanities WorkshopsEducation Programs460300460300

An intensive two-week summer program followed by weekend workshops in fall and spring on The Winter's Tale, Othello, and Much Ado About Nothing for sixteen New York City public and private school teachers in grades 5-12.

Theatre for a New Audience is implementing a pilot program – the Shakespeare Teachers’ Workshop – an intensive professional development program focusing on Shakespeare, consisting of a two-week summer seminar and two one-day weekend workshops in the fall and spring, developed for public and private school teachers in the New York City area. Led by Columbia University professors David Scott Kastan and James S. Shapiro, the workshop will provide 16 teachers with advanced skills to identify and understand the language, themes and context of Shakespearean plays. In the first year of the program, participants will study The Winter’s Tale (a romance), Othello (a tragedy), and Much Ado About Nothing (a comedy).

EZ-50199-07Education Programs: Faculty Humanities WorkshopsTheatre for a New Audience, Inc.Shakespeare Fellows' Project2/1/2007 - 3/31/2008$51,174.00Joseph Giardina   Theatre for a New Audience, Inc.New YorkNY10014-2840USA2007Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralFaculty Humanities WorkshopsEducation Programs511740507910

A two-week summer workshop for twenty New York City school teachers on four of William Shakespeare's plays.

Theatre for a New Audience seeks support for its Shakespeare Fellows' Project - an intensive professional development program focusing on Shakespeare and consisting of a two-week summer seminar and two one-day weekend workshops in the fall and spring. The Project was developed to serve public and private school teachers in the New York City area. Led by Columbia University professors David Scott Kastan and Julie Crawford, and Lehman College and the Graduate Center CUNY professor Mario Di Gangi, the workshop will provide 20 teachers and two teaching artists with advanced skills to identify and understand the language, themes and context of Shakespearean plays. This year, participants will study two tragedies (Hamlet and King Lear) and compare and contrast them with two romances (The Tempest and Cymbeline). The Theatre successfully implemented the first year of this pilot program in 2006, thanks to support from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

EZ-50245-08Education Programs: Faculty Humanities WorkshopsTheatre for a New Audience, Inc.Shakespeare Fellows' Project2/1/2008 - 6/30/2009$75,000.00Joseph Giardina   Theatre for a New Audience, Inc.New YorkNY10014-2840USA2008Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralFaculty Humanities WorkshopsEducation Programs750000750000

A two-week summer workshop for forty New York City classroom teachers (grades 5-12) and four teaching artists, with two follow-up weekend sessions, on Shakespeare's language and dramatic art through study of the theme of love in three plays by the Bard of Stratford-upon-Avon.

Theatre for a New Audience seeks support for its Shakespeare Fellows' Project - an intensive development program focusing on Shakespeare and consisting of a two-week summer seminar and two one-day weekend workshops in the fall and spring. The Project was developed to serve public and private school teachers in the New York City area. Guided by Colmubia University professor David Scott Kastan, the program will be led by Julie Crawford (Columbia University), Mario DiGangi (Lehman College/CUNY Graduate Center), William Fisher (Lehman College/CUNY Graduate Center) and Kim Hill (Barnard College). This year the workshop will expand to provide 40 teachers and four teaching artists with advanced skills to identify and understand the language, themes and context of Shakespeare's plays. This year, participants will study three plays ("Romeo and Juliet" "A Midsummer Night's Dream" "Antony and Cleopatra") and compare and constrast how each work treats its central theme of love.