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Miranda Family Fellows

Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, a national leader in the creation of innovative theatre, is launching the fourth cohort of its transformative fellowship program in partnership and with a lead gift from the Miranda Family Fund, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s family philanthropic fund. This ambitious workforce development program is designed to provide talented candidates from historically excluded communities, especially Black, Indigenous, and People of Color, with the job experience, resources and training necessary to build their careers as arts administrators or theatre technicians. Any qualified candidate will be considered, and no candidate will be disqualified for consideration on the basis of any demographic characteristic. For the next cohort of this program, Woolly Mammoth is thrilled to expand the program to two-years and to add a fourth fellowship position to meet our singular focus of developing the next generation of BIPOC leadership in the theatre. 

Each fellowship is structured as a paid two year-long department-specific entry-level position with health insurance benefits. These positions are full-time nonexempt. The fellowships will take place over two years and begin in August 2024.  We will be accepting applications for the fourth cohort until May 26th at 11:59pm (NEW DEADLINE).

Fellowships will be offered in the following departments: Connectivity, New Work & Artistic Producing, Marketing, and Production. Job descriptions for each are included below. 

The Miranda Family Fellowship Program is in partnership and with a lead gift from the Miranda Family Fund. Major support is provided by Tommy Kail, the Patalano Family (Lou, Jodi, Ali, and Will), Yao Ming Charitable Foundation, and the W.K. Kellogg Foundation with additional support from the Verizon Foundation. 

 

Meet the 2023-24 MFF Cohort

Arts & Social Justice FELLOWS

The Arts and Social Justice Fellowship (ASJF) is offered by Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company and Core Partner Strathmore to support youth leadership and vision at the intersection of arts and social change.

Applications for the 2023-2024 cohort are now closed.