Harold Prince Names Jen Hoguet Newest T. Fellowship Recipient
The program promotes the development of new theatrical works.
T. Fellowship, in association with Columbia University School of the Arts, has named Jen Hoguet as the fourth fellow in the one-year program designed to educate and empower new creative producers. She will receive a stipend of $10,000 with a $20,000 budget for the development of a new theatrical production.
The T. Fellowship was established to honor the legacy of Broadway producer T. Edward Hambleton by supporting and developing a new generation of gifted, emerging creative theatrical producers, who initiate work from the ground up, following a path all their own. The T. Fellowship mentors are 21-time Tony Award-winning director and producer Harold Prince (mentor and founder), producer Margo Lion (Hairspray), producer and director Gregory Mosher (Love Letters), Thomas Schumacher (president of Disney Theatrical Group), Tony-winning producer Jeffrey Seller (Hamilton), and producer David Stone (If/Then).
"Jen Hoguet projects a strong, creative and realistic approach to Broadway producing and her proposal is the most potentially rewarding," said Prince, commenting on Hoguet's Fellowship application. "Though serious, she is extremely persuasive."
Hoguet's producing credits include the Los Angeles premiere of Kenneth Lonergan's This Is Our Youth, directed by Amanda Fuller; a radical re-imagining of Frank Wedekind's Lulu, directed by Osheen Jones in New York City; and several concerts featuring up-and-coming songwriters. Her works in development include Halley Feiffer's adaptation of Katherine Losse's memoir, The Boy Kings. She has worked as the Assistant General Manager at New York Stage & Film and currently serves as Ambassador Theatre Group's Development Associate in their New York office.