we’re the national theatre conference outstanding theatre of the year!

On Saturday, December 7, at their annual meeting, New Georges received the 2019 Outstanding Theatre Award from The National Theatre Conference.

In turn, we got to select the recipient of the NTC Emerging Professional Award — and couldn’t resist choosing Deadria Harrington, our fantastic Associate Director/Producer as well as a member of the producing artistic leadership team at The Movement Theatre Company

Big day for all of us!  It started with a conversation about New Georges, moderated by Mindi Dickstein, who nominated us for the award (see us giggle, below).  Then we had lunch, and made some speeches, along with fellow honorees Donnetta Lavinia Graves, Jeremy O. Harris and Robert O’Hara.  Wowee!  Huge thanks to the Conference and to Mindi!

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