Awardee Patricia Ariza was one of 21 women theatre artists who were nominated on the basis of work that inspires and educates across cultures, has a visible impact in their home country and abroad, and which demonstrates not only artistic excellence but a support of women’s work and issues.

The finalists included: Dalia Basiouny (Egypt), Jill Greenhalgh (Wales), Lana Nasser (Jordan), Jung-Soon Shim (The Republic of Korea), Hedda Krausz Sjogren (Sweden), Maya Zbib (Lebanon). Additional nominees included: Tiffany Barton (Australia), Doruntina Basha (Kosovo), Zdenka Becker (Austria), Sabina Berman (Mexico), Ayca Damgaci (Turkey), Mary Ann DeVlieg (Belgium), Lara Foot (South Africa), Elena Gremina (Russia), Jude Kelly (England), Ioana Ieronim (Romania), Susie McKenna (England), Yelena Romanova (Russia), Adelheid Roosen (Netherlands), Malgorzata Semil (Poland).

The current Gilder/Coigney Award co-chairs are Melody Brooks and Gwynn MacDonald.

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An Evening with Patricia Ariza

Patrica Ariza WIT Interview

2014 Guilder/Coigney Nominee Bios

THEATRE AND SOCIAL CHANGE ROUNDTABLE AT THE LARK PLAY DEVELOPMENT CENTER

Theatre and social change rountable at the Lark Play Development Center


PATRICIA ARIZA LEADING WORKSHOP WITH NYC & COLOMBIAN ACTORS

Patricia Ariza leading workshop with NYC and Colombian actors

DR DIANA TAYLOR IN CONVERSATION WITH PATRICIA ARIZA AT THE SEGAL THEATRE CENTER

Dr. Diana Taylor in conversation with Patricia Ariza at The Segal Theatre Center

Patricia Ariza accepts her award

Patricia Ariza accepts her award

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