THEATER & MUSICAL THEATER Guidelines Webinar Doug Sonntag, Performing Arts Director Eleanor Denegre & Carol Lanoux Lee, Program Specialists Katie Patterson, Division Specialist. Apply: http://arts.gov/grants/organizations-apply. What we’ll cover today:. Welcome
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Doug Sonntag, Performing Arts Director
Eleanor Denegre & Carol Lanoux Lee, Program Specialists
Katie Patterson, Division Specialist
The National Endowment for the Arts is a public agency dedicated to advancing artistic excellence, creativity, and innovation for the benefit of individuals and communities. The NEA awards grants to arts organizations of all sizes across all 50 states and 6 U.S. territories.
The National Endowment for the Arts seeks to fund groundbreaking, innovative theater and musical theater in the American spirit that is bold, passionate, profound, creative, and engaging and that demonstrates serious, exceptional, and rigorous aesthetic values. Projects funded by the Arts Endowment should help to fully realize an organization's mission and may provide support for organizations and artists in the creation and refinement of work, the public presentation of plays and musicals from all cultures and periods, and opportunities for professional development.
This encompasses the entire spectrum of the nonprofit theater and musical theater field, including the production or presentation of traditional or classical repertoire, new plays and musicals, development laboratories, showcases, artist residencies, work for young audiences, experimental work, community-based work, outdoor historical dramas, and puppetry.
Organizations may submit only one application under the Art Works guidelines, with limited exceptions such as:
Please see the “Applicant Eligibility” section of the guidelines for more information on application limits
February 20, 2014, Application Deadline
January 1, 2015: Earliest Beginning Date for Arts Endowment Period of Support
July 24, 2014, Application Deadline
June 1, 2015, Earliest Beginning Date for Arts Endowment Period of Support
improve community livability.
Find our guidelines
in the “Apply for
a Grant” Section.
Select “Grants to Organizations.”
to learn more about the category.
Browse through “Key Information for Applicants” for other important information.
After you read about the Art Works category, select Theater & Musical Theater.
Read about the project types supported at each deadline.
Then select “How to Prepare and Submit an Application.”
Step 1 of 2: Submit through Grants.gov (February 20 or July 24 deadline):
This is the only item you submit through Grants.gov. If it is not successfully submitted by the deadline you will be unable to submit your other materials in NEA-GO.
Step 2 of 2: Submit through NEA-GO (March 6-20; or August 7-21):
electronically upload other items using the NEA-GO system two weeks after your Grants.gov application deadline.
Accessing the system:
This information will be available 2 days after you submit your SF-424 to Grants.gov (but no earlier than 10 days before the application deadline).