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Ellen Stewart Career Achievement Award for Professional TheatreLuis Valdez is the 2014 recipient of the Ellen Stewart Career Achievement Award for Professional Theatre.
Luis Valdez is regarded as one of the most important and influential American playwrights living today. His internationally renowned, and Obie award winning theater company, El Teatro Campesino (The Farm Workers’ Theater) was founded by Luis in 1965 – in the heat of the United Farm Workers (UFW) struggle and the Great Delano Grape Strike in California’s Central Valley. His involvement with Cesar Chavez, the UFW and the early Chicano Movement left an indelible mark that remained embodied in all his work even after he left the UFW in 1967: his early actos Las Dos Caras del Patroncito and Quinta Temporada, (short plays written to encourage campesinos to leave the fields and join the UFW), his mitos (mythic plays) Bernabe and La Carpa de los Rasquachis that gave Chicanos their own contemporary mythology, his examinations of Chicano urban life in I Don’t Have To Show You No Stinkin’ Badges, his Chicano re-visioning of classic Mexican folktales Corridos, his exploration of his Indigenous Yaqui roots in Mummified Deer, and – of course – the play that re-exams the “Sleepy Lagoon Trial of 1942” and the “Zoot Suit Riots of 1943”, two of the darkest moments in L.A. urban history – Zoot Suit – considered a masterpiece of the American Theater as well as the first Chicano play on Broadway and the first Chicano major feature film.
Luis’ numerous feature film and television credits include, among others, the box office hit film La Bamba starring Lou Diamonds Phillips, Cisco Kid starring Jimmy Smits and Cheech Marin and Corridos: Tales of Passion and Revolution starring Linda Ronstadt.
Luis’ hard work and long creative career have won him countless awards including numerous LA Drama Critic Awards, Dramalogue Awards, Bay Area Critics Awards, the prestigious George Peabody Award for excellence in television, the Presidential Medal of the Arts, the Governor’s Award for the California Arts Council, and Mexico’s prestigious Aguila Azteca Award given to individuals whose work promotes cultural excellence and exchange between US and Mexico.
Mr. Valdez has written numerous plays and authored numerous articles and books. His latest anthology, Mummified Deer and Other Plays, was recently published by Arte Publico Press. He has taught at the University of California, Berkeley, the University of California, Santa Cruz, Fresno State University and was one of the founding professors of California State University, Monterey Bay. He is the recipient of honorary doctorates from, among others, the University of Rhode Island, the University of South Florida, Cal Arts, the University of Santa Clara, and his alma mater, San Jose State University. Mr. Valdez was inducted into the College of Fellows of the American Theatre at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington D.C. In 2007 he was awarded a Rockefeller fellowship as one of fifty U.S. artists so honored across the United States.
selection committee:Dani Snyder-Young, Chair, Illinois Wesleyan UniversityJason Bisping, University of Colorado, BoulderCheryl Black, University of Missouri, ColumbiaBud Coleman, University of Colorado, BoulderAnne Fletcher, Southern Illinois UniversityDavid Jortner, Baylor UniversityRhona Justice-Malloy, University of MississippiMaya Roth, Georgetown University
ATHE ANNUAL AWARDS CEREMONY Thursday, July 24, 2014 – 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM Princess D-G
ATHE proudly salutes its nine award winners in this plenary, followed by the Keynote presentation. Vice President for Awards, Dani Snyder-Young and her 2014 Awards Committee members will present the award recipients to the conference attendees.
ATHE Career Achievement Award for Academic Theatre Harry Elam, Stanford University, is the 2014 recipient of the ATHE Career Achievement Award for Academic Theatre.
Harry J. Elam, Jr. is the Olive H. Palmer Professor in the Humanities and the Freeman-Thornton Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education at Stanford University.
He is author of Taking It to the Streets: The Social Protest Theater of Luis Valdez and Amiri Baraka; and the Erroll Hill Prize winning The Past as Present in the Drama of August Wilson; and coeditor of five books, African American Performance and Theater History: A Critical Reader; Colored Contradictions: An Anthology of Contemporary African American Drama; The Fire This Time: African American Plays for the New Millenium; Black Cultural Traffic: Crossroads in Performance and Popular Culture; and The Methuen Anthology of Postblack Plays. His articles have appeared in American Theater, American Drama, Modern Drama, Theatre Journal, Text and Performance Quarterly as well as journals in Belgium, Israel, Poland and Taiwan. He has also written essays published in several critical anthologies. Professor Elam is the former editor of Theatre Journal and on the editorial boards of Atlantic Studies, Journal of American Drama and Theatre, and Modern Drama. In 2006, Professor Elam was the winner of the Betty Jean Jones award for Outstanding Teaching from the American Theatre and Drama Society, the winner of the Excellence in Editing Award from the Association of Theatre in Higher Education and the winner of the Distinguished Scholar Award from the American Society of Theatre Research. He was also inducted into the College of Fellows of the American Theatre in April 2006.
In addition to his scholarly work, he has directed professionally for over twenty years: most notably, he directed Tod, the Boy Tod by Talvin Wilks for the Oakland Ensemble Company, and for TheatreWorks in Palo Alto California, he directed Radio Golf by August Wilson, Jar the Floor by Cheryl West, and Blues for an Alabama Sky by Pearl Cleague, which was nominated for nine Bay Area Circle Critics Awards and was the winner of Drama-Logue Awards for Best Production, Best Design, Best Ensemble Cast and Best Direction. He has directed several others of August Wilson’s plays, including Joe Turner’s Come and Gone, Two Trains Running, and Fences, the latter of which won eight Bay Area “Choice” Awards. In February 2010, at the Roble Theatre on Stanford campus, Professor Elam directed Rent by Jonathan Larson.
At Stanford he has been awarded six different teaching awards: The ASSU Award for Undergraduate Teaching, Small Classes (1992); the Humanities and Sciences Deans Distinguished Teaching Award (1993); the Black Community Service Center Outstanding Teacher Award (1994) (2002), The Bing Teaching Fellowship for Undergraduate Teaching (1994-1997); The Rhodes Prize for Undergraduate Teaching (1998).
Harry J. Elam, Jr. received his B.A. from Harvard College in 1978 and his Ph.D. in Dramatic Arts from the University of California, Berkeley in 1984.
selection committee:Dani Snyder-Young, Chair, Illinois Wesleyan UniversityJason Bisping, University of Colorado, BoulderCheryl Black, University of Missouri, ColumbiaBud Coleman, University of Colorado, BoulderAnne Fletcher, Southern Illinois UniversityDavid Jortner, Baylor UniversityRhona Justice-Malloy, University of Mississippi Maya Roth, Georgetown University
Oscar Brockett Outstanding Teacher of Theatre in Higher Education AwardGretel Geist Rutledge is the 2014 recipient of the Oscar Brockett Outstanding Teacher of Theatre in Higher Education Award.
Gretel Geist received her B.A. from the University of Michigan in Japanese language and literature and her M.A. in Theatre at Michigan State University. After one year of Ph.D. work, she joined the Theatre faculty in 1969. She has been the head of costume design ever since. She has designed sets and costumes for well over 100 productions. Her costume designs for Henry V, Richard III, and MacBeth all involved innovative armor techniques which were displayed at American Theatre Association, the Kennedy Center American College Theatre festivals among other venues. Twelfth Night, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, an award-winning Mikado and Much Ado About Nothing all used theatrical painting and dying techniques extensively.
Professor Geist taught costuming, costume design, costume history, millinery, mask making, costume crafts, make-up, fabric modification, period research and history of 20th Century theatrical design. She is a member of USITT, its Costume Commission, the Costume Society. She served on KC/ACTF Region III Selection Committee for 10 years. She was the Region III Michigan Chair for four years, workshop presenter, and tireless responder to productions at universities and colleges throughout the Midwest. She has been awarded the KC/ACTF Gold Medallion. She co-founded Michigan State University’s award winning Summer Circle Theatre and was its principle designer for twenty years. Her intaglio, collagraph and hand made paper art are in permanent collections in museums and galleries in Michigan and the Midwest.
In retirement, Gretel continues as a working artist.
selection committee:Bud Coleman, University of Colorado, Boulder, ChairJessica Hillman-McCord, State University of New York, FredoniaRon Zank, Culver-Stockton College
Jane Chambers Playwriting AwardGina Young is the 2014 Jane Chambers Award Winner for FEMMES: A Tragedy.
The reading of FEMMES: A Tragedy will be presented on Friday, July 25 at 3:30 PM in the Sonoran Room.
FEMMES: A Tragedy (8W) by Gina Young, premiered at Highways, is a contemporary lesbian tragicomedy in two acts, partially inspired by Clare Luce Boothe’s 1936 play, The Women. When a community organizer’s polyamorous girlfriend drops her overnight for a hot bartender, her friends—an activist, an academic and a party promoter—are thrown into a girl/girl competition despite their best intentions and are ultimately forced to parse the ways in which butch/femme relationships do or don’t replicate heterosexual stereotypes. Judges were struck with how the play’s sly wit, savvy exploration of lesbian identity, and theatrical vitality (exemplified by a deconstructed burlesque-within-the-play) pushes boundaries both in style and subject matter. For rights, contact the playwright at <[email protected]>.
Gina Young is a Los Angeles-based playwright, director and performer whose work centers around lesbian and queer protagonists. Her plays include Femmes: A Tragedy, Asuncion Playwrights Project Semi-Finalist Tales of a Fourth Grade Lesbo, Time Out New York Critic’s Pick she cuts herself / she likes to write and BAX Grant Recipient God in a Girl. As performer, she has appeared in Wynne Greenwood’s Sister Taking Nap at On the Boards and Sheila Callaghan’s Dead City at New Georges. She has also toured the US and Europe extensively with original performance work, including performance art pop duo TeamGina, whose video Butch/Femme screened at LGBT film festivals worldwide, won multiple awards and garnered over 250,000 hits on YouTube. Gina studied drama at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. A collection of her plays is forthcoming from Topside Press.Dorinne Kondo is honored as a Runner-Up for her play Seamless.final round judges:Maya Roth, Georgetown University, ChairKimberly Dark, Activist-Playwright-Performer
Jen-Scott Mobley, Rollins College
ATHE Excellence in Editing AwardHarvey Young, Northwestern University, is the 2014 recipient of the Achievement Award for Excellence in Editing.
Harvey Young is an Associate Professor of Theatre and
Performance Studies at Northwestern University. His books include Embodying Black Experience, Theatre & Race, and, most recently, Black Theater is Black Life: An Oral History of Chicago Theater and Dance. He is Associate Editor of Theatre Survey.
selection committee:David Jortner, Baylor University, ChairMary Elizabeth Anderson, Wayne State UniversityMark Cosdon, Allegheny CollegeMelissa Gibson, Fresno State UniversityDierdre O’Rourke, University of Pittsburgh
John Michael Sefl, Baylor University
ATHE Award for Leadership in Community-Based Theatre and Civic EngagementJohn Somers is the 2014 recipient of the ATHE Leadership in Community-Based Theatre and Civic Engagement Award.
John Somers lives in rural South West England. He specialises in Interactive Theatre, Drama in Education and Community Theatre. In the latter he involves mainly non-theatre people in devising, writing and performing the stories which spring from their communities. He works extensively internationally, including in South America, Asia and numerous European countries. He has recently created sophisticated promenade productions in Taiwan and Poland. He established an M.A. Applied Drama degree at Exeter University, attracting many international students.
In the UK, ‘Community Theatre’ is not synonymous with ‘amateur theatre’. It stands for a form of original theatre which springs from the history and current issues of the particular community in which it is created. John’s productions are staged in non-theatre spaces, including farm barns, marquees and outdoor spaces. In September this year, he will direct a production which focuses on the effect of WWI on the community in which he lives.
selection committee:Jason Bisping, University of Colorado, Boulder, ChairLiz Foster-Shaner, University of WisconsinLaura Purcell Gates, Bath Spa UniversityKelly Howe, North Central CollegeCoya Paz, DePaul University
Julia Taylor, City University of New York, John Jay College
Award for Outstanding Book Joshua Takano Chambers-Letson, is the 2014 recipient of the of the ATHE Award for Outstanding Book for A Race So Different: Performance and Law in Asian America (New York University Press, 2013).
Joshua Chambers-Letson is assistant professor in the Department of Performance Studies at Northwestern where he conducts research and teaches at the intersections of performance studies, Marxist theory, Asian American studies, political and legal theory, and critical race studies. Other articles and writings can be found in Women & Performance: a journal of feminist theory, Journal of Popular Music Studies, Criticism Journal, Theater Survey, TDR: The Drama Review, Cultural Studies, and MELUS. He is also a series co-editor of the Sexual Culture series of NYU Press with Ann Pellegrini and Tavia Nyong’o. He is currently working on a second book project, The Coming Communism: Marxist Theory and Minoritarian Performance, which explores how contemporary performance and art (by artists including Félix González-Torres, Michi Barall, William Pope.L, Tameka Norris, Tehching Tshieh, and the Knife) rehearses and anticipates concrete forms of actually existing Marxism.
Andrew Sofer, Boston College, is the recipient of an honorable mention for Dark Matter: Invisibility in Drama, Theatre, and Performance (University of Michigan Press, 2013).
selection committee: Anne Fletcher, Southern Illinois University, ChairRobert B. Shimko, University of HoustonJulia A. Walker, Washington University in St. LouisSara Warner, Cornell University
ATHE Award for Outstanding Article Jennifer Parker-Starbuck is the recipient of the 2014 Award for Outstanding Article for Animal Ontologies and Media Representations: Robotics, Puppets, and the Real of War Horse (Theatre Journal 65:3, October 2013).
Dr. Jennifer Parker-Starbuck is a Reader in the Department of Drama, Theatre and Performance at the University of Roehampton, London. She is author of Cyborg Theatre: Corporeal/Technological Intersections in Multimedia Performance (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011), and her essays on bodies, animality, and multimedia have appeared in a variety of books and journals including Theatre Journal, PAJ, Women and Performance Journal, and Theatre Topics. She is the co-editor, with Lourdes Orozco, of Performing Animality: Animals in Performance Practices, (Palgrave, 2014) and the co-author of Performance and Media: Taxonomies for a Changing Field (with Sarah Bay-Cheng and David Saltz, University of Michigan Press, Forthcoming 2014-5). She is the co-director (with Professor Garry Marvin) of the Interdisciplinary Research Group for Human-Animal Studies at the University of Roehampton. She serves as an Assistant Editor of PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art and Associate Editor of the International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media.
selection committee: Cheryl Black, University of Missouri, Columbia, ChairBeth Osborne, Florida State UniversityJanelle Reinelt, University of WarwickBrian Singleton, Trinity College
2014 Awards Committee Dani Snyder-Young, Illinois Wesleyan University; Vice President for AwardsJason Bisping, University of Colorado, Boulder; Chair, Award for Leadership in Community-Based Theatre and Civic EngagementCheryl Black, University of Missouri, Columbia; Chair, Award for Outstanding ArticleBud Coleman, University of Colorado, Boulder; Chair, Outstanding Teacher of Theatre in Higher Education
PAST AWARD WINNERSEllen Stewart Career Achievement in Professional Theatre (2011) and the ATHE Career Achievement Award in Academic TheatrePast winners are:year academic professional
2013 Robert Schanke David Henry Hwang2012 Sue-Ellen Case Peter Sellars2011 William Esper Dennis Zacek2010 Gill Lazier Beth Henley2009 John Emigh Judith Malina and Doric Wilson2008 Richard Schechner Bill Irwin2007 Jorge Huerta Robert Woodruff2006 Sue Ann Park Christopher Newton2005 Robert Benedetti Jon Jory2004 Leon Katz William Hutt2003 Vernell A. W. Lillie Adrian Hall2002 Sidney Berger Edward Albee2001 Don B. Wilmeth Martha Coigney2000 M. Lin Wright Robert Brustein1999 Robert Cohen Anne Bogart1998 Arthur Lessac Zelda Fichandler1997 James V. Hatch Augusto Boal1996 Margaret B. Wilkerson Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis1995 Marvin Carlson Ellen Stewart1994 Kristin Linklater Jose Quintero1993 Winona L. Fletcher Alice Childress1992 Burnett M. Hobgood Maria Irene Fornes1991 Oscar Brockett Lloyd Richards1990 Vera Mowry Roberts Frank Galati1989 Helen Krich Chinoy Ming Cho Lee1988 Patricia McIlrath Marsha Norman1987 Roger L. Stevens
Oscar Brockett Outstanding Teacher of Theatre in Higher Education AwardPast winners are:year outstanding teacher
2013 Joseph Roach, Yale University2012 Cheryl Black, University of Missouri2011 Jill Dolan, Princeton University2010 Paula Vogel, Yale University2009 Mill Barranger, University of North Carolina2008 Judith Royer, CJS, Loyola Marymount University2007 Sandra L. Richards, Northwestern University2006 Diana Mady Kelly, University of Windsor2005 Vivian Fusillo, Winona State University2004 James Symons, University of Colorado, Boulder2003 Suzanne Burgoyne, University of Missouri, Columbia2002 Bill Harbin, Louisiana State University2001 Felicia Hardison Londre, University of Missouri, Kansas City2000 Ronald A. Willis, University of Kansas1999 Edgardo de la Cruz, California State University, Hayward1998 Jewel Walker, University of Delaware1997 Leonard Pronko, Pomona College1996 Jonathan Levy, The State University of New York, Stonybrook1995 Stanley Kauffmann, Columbia University1994 James K. Brandon, University of Hawaii1993 Grant McKernie, University of Oregon
ATHE Award for Outstanding BookPast winners are:year author of outstanding book
2013 Sara Warner2012 Robin Bernstein and Susan Leigh Foster2011 Angela Pao2010 Philip B. Zarrilli2009 Geoffrey S. Proehl2008 Alicia Arrizon2007 Esther Kim Lee2006 Carrie Sandahl and Phil Auslander2005 Shannon Jackson2004 Diana Taylor2003 Katrin Seig2002 Anthony Tatlow2001 Freddie Rokem2000 Michal Kobialka1999 David Roman1998 John D. Cox and David Kastan1997 Katherine E. Kelly1996 Kathy A. Perkins and Roberta Uno1995 W. B. Worthen1993 Robert Barton1992 John Gronbeck-Tedesco
Anne Fletcher, Southern Illinois University; Chair, Award for Outstanding BookDavid Jortner, Baylor University; Chair, Excellence in Editing AwardMaya Roth, Georgetown University; Chair, Jane Chambers Playwriting Award
ATHE Award for Outstanding ArticlePast winners are:year author of outstanding article
2013 Kim Marra2012 Leo Cabranes-Grant2011 Jason Stanyek and Benjamin Piekut2010 Robin Bernstein2009 Bratislav Jakovljevic and Shane Vogel2008 Elizabeth Colburn-Roxworthy2007 Stacy Wolf2006 Margaret Werry2005 Rustom Bharucha2004 Susan Leigh Foster2003 Elinor Fuchs and Una Chaudhuri2002 Elin Diamond2001 Andrea Most2000 Jennifer Havie and Erin Hurley1999 Marc Robinson1998 Stanton B. Garner, Jr.1997 Penny Farfan1996 David Savran1995 Coco Fusco1994 Shearer West1993 Joseph Roach1992 Frantisek Deak1986 Carole J. Carlisle
ATHE Excellence in Editing AwardPast winners are:year editor
2013 Maria Delgado2012 Janelle Reinelt and Brian Singleton2011 Bonnie Marranca2010 Jim O’Quinn2009 Richard Knowles2008 John Gronbeck-Tedesco2007 Thomas Postlewait2006 Harry J. Elam, Jr.2005 Samuel Leiter2004 Robert A. Schanke2003 Don Wilmeth2002 University of Michigan Press
Leadership in Community-Based Theater and Civic EngagementPast winners are:2013 Linda Frye Burnham and Steve Durland2012 Jan Cohen-Cruz2011 Doug Paterson2010 John O’Neal 2009 Norma Bowles
Excellence in Playwriting AwardPast winners are (David Mark Cohen Playwriting Award through 2013):year playwright
2013 Laura Jacqmin2012 Lojo Simon2011 Evan Sanderson2010 Mark Charney2009 Kamarie Chapman2008 George Brandt2007 Ben Clawson2006 Romulus Linney2005 Ed Stevens2004 LeeAnne Hill Adams2003 Molly Smith Metzler2002 Attilio Favorini, Lynne Conner2001 Elizabeth Wong2000 Edward EmanuEl
Jane Chambers Playwriting Awardyear playwright
2013 Claire Chafee2012 Jen Silverman2011 Natalie Marlena Goodman2010 Martha Jane Kaufman2009 Meryl Cohen2008 Mary F. Casey2007 Christine Evans2006 Jane Chambers Retrospective: No Award Given2005 Nicola Pearson2004 Madeleine George2003 Melody Cooper2002 Deborah Brevort2001 Bernadette Flagler2000 Terry Lawrence1999 Mindi Dickstein1998 Elizabeth Wong1997 Brighde Mullins1996 Kathleen Cahill (book and lyrics), Deborah Wicks LaPuma (music)1995 Rosemarie Caruso1994 Lisa Loomer1993 Christina de Lancie1992 Sherry Kramer1991 Wendy Kesselman1990 Jenna Zark1989 Arlene Fanale1988 Gloria Parkinson1987 Micki Goldthorpe1986 Patricia Montley1985 Charlotte Anker and Irene Rosenberg1984 Karen Boettcher
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