T. Fellowship and Columbia University School of the Arts Announce Third Fellow
Producer Aaron Glick will work with Harold Prince and others, and receive a stipend as part of the fellowship.
T. Fellowship in association with Columbia University School of the Arts has announced Aaron Glick as the third recipient of its one-year fellowship. As a fellow, Glick will be given a $10,000 stipend, a $20,000 budget for use on a new theatrical production, and the opportunity to work with mentors such as Harold Prince (a T. Fellowship cofounder), Margo Lion, Gregory Mosher, Tom Schumacher, Jeffrey Seller, and David Stone.
Aaron Glick has produced PigPen Theatre Company's The Old Man and the Old Moon (off-Broadway and in Chicago with The Writers' Theatre), This One Girl's Story at the New York Musical Theatre Festival, Abraham Lincoln's Big Gay Dance Party at Theatre Row, Hedwig and the Angry Inch at The Producer's Club, and Hair at Marymount Manhattan College. Glick works with producer David Stone and 321 Theatrical.
John Pinckard and Orin Wolf were awarded the first T. Fellowships in 2007. T. Fellows take part in a wide range of contemporary theatrical producing practices while working in the field with professionals or auditing Columbia University courses. Fellows may gain experience working in a general manager's office, in a production office, or on a production.
The program is managed by Columbia University School of the Arts.