Cultural Alliance of Greater Washington
The Cultural Alliance of Greater Washington (CAGW) is dedicated to sustaining and increasing regional leadership, appreciation, support and resources for arts and culture. CAGW builds and nurtures a regional network by enhancing the connection, collaboration, and conversation within the arts and cultural community and among business and other interest groups.
Cultural Tourism DC
Cultural Tourism DC (CTdc) strengthens the image and economy of Washington, DC, neighborhood by neighborhood, by linking more than 185 DC cultural and neighborhood organizations with partners in tourism, hospitality, government, and business. CTdc offers an innovative model for maximizing the economic impact of cultural tourism in urban neighborhoods and helps residents and tourists discover and experience Washington's authentic arts and culture.
Downtown Business Improvement District (BID)
The Downtown Business Improvement District (BID) is a tax-funded nonprofit that works to revitalize the city's urban core. The District covers a 138-block neighborhood near the U.S. Capitol to the White House where property owners tax themselves to make their community cleaner, safer and more vibrant. The Downtown BID encompasses the Penn Quarter, Gallery Place, Chinatown, McPherson Square, Federal Triangle, Midtown and Franklin Square neighborhoods.
Helen Hayes Awards/TixCertificates
The Helen Hayes awards recognize achievement and promote excellence in theatrical production and performance in the Washington metropolitan area, stimulate further development of the professional theatre community and thereby the community as a whole, and encourage the growth and stability of theatrical audiences and support for professional theatres. The Helen Hayes Awards also organize the Washington area TixCertificates program.
League of Washington Theatres
The League of Washington Theatres is an association of nonprofit professional theatres and related organizations in the greater Washington metropolitan area. The League was established in 1982 to create greater public awareness, appreciation, and support for theatre in the Washington area. For over 20 years, the members of the League have been at the center of an exciting, ever growing, nationally acclaimed theatre community.
National New Play Network (NNPN)
An alliance of not-for-profit professional theatres that champions the development, production and continued life of new plays for the American theatre.
Theatre Lab School of Dramatic Arts
Woolly Mammoth works in partnership with the Theatre Lab School of Dramatic Arts. Serving the DC theater community for over 15 years, the Theatre Lab (located just a couple of blocks from Woolly) offers a wide variety of classes for all ages and levels of experience. They serve as an ideal launching pad for emerging actors, while Woolly Mammoth's Master Classes pick up with more specialized training for the professional.
WOOLLY/UM emerged from a common mission to forge the future of the American theatre through the University of Maryland Department of Theatre's work in cultivating new theatre artists and Woolly's nationally recognized efforts in the development and production of new plays.
Mark Sullivan & Maia DeSanti in Big Death & Little Death (2005)
Sandra Tsing Loh in I Worry (2003)