Our Partners

TTLP invests in mutually beneficial partnerships with organizations at the forefront of leadership change in our industry. Our partnerships encompass both enhanced financial and programmatic resources, along with industry-wide connections for the fellows through our Founding Members and Advisory Council

Black Theatre Coalition: A Catalyst for Inclusive Theatre Leadership.

Black Theatre Coalition

They identified the disparity between the growing inclusivity onstage, versus the almost non-existence of Black professionals offstage. They invited their colleague, Reggie Van Lee, (Chief Transformation Officer of the Carlyle Group) to join them as Co-Founder and Chairman of The Board. Black Theatre Coalition was founded by T. Oliver Reid and Warren Adams during the Summer of 2019. COO of Spotco Aalithya Stevens is a board member, Afton Battle is the Executive Strategist and Tamica Clanton is Digital Marketing Strategist.

BTC’s mission is to remove the “ILLUSION OF INCLUSION” in the American Theatre, by building a sustainable ethical roadmap that will increase employment opportunities for Black theatre professionals. Our vision is to reshape the working ecosystem for those who have been marginalized by systemically racist and biased ideology. https://blacktheatrecoalition.org/

The Prince Fellowship: Nurturing Emerging Creative Producers in Theatre.

The Prince Fellowship

The goal of the Fellowship is to support the development of gifted emerging creative theatrical producers. The Prince Fellowship is committed to sustaining the finest traditions of producing by exposing new talent to the producing process in a manner that supports creative involvement. Although the environment in which theatre is produced continues to change, many of the underlying challenges and principles remain and must be understood and adapted if the art form is to thrive.

The Fellowship is a project-based program that supports the development of the chosen fellow and their project over the course of one year. Each fellow is given access to a selection of courses in the MFA Theatre Management & Producing Program at Columbia University School of the Arts. The specific courses are chosen to best support the fellow’s growth. In addition, each fellow receives structured mentorship from a handful of industry leaders who specialize in creative producing and related fields. The goal is to provide consistent mentorship tailored to the needs of the individual fellow. Through these academic and professional support systems, the program aims to empower the fellows as they begin exercising their new skills in all the creative and business areas of development.

Entertainment Industry Foundation: Philanthropy Empowering Positive Social Change.

Entertainment Industry Foundation

We are fiscally and organizationally sponsored by the Entertainment Industry Fund (EIF) who has a long history of managing charity organizations. Founded in 1943, the Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF) is a multifaceted organization that occupies a unique place in the world of philanthropy. By mobilizing and leveraging the powerful voice and creative talents of the entertainment industry, as well as cultivating the support of organizations (public and private) and philanthropists committed to social responsibility, EIF builds awareness and raises funds, developing and enhancing programs on the local, national and global level that facilitate positive social change. Currently, EIF manages Black Music Action Coalition, Jennifer Hudson’s Julius King Gift Foundation, and Charlize Theron’s Africa Outreach Project and more.

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BAC/ Broadway Advocacy Coalition- Building the capacity of individuals, organizations, and communities to dismantle the systems that perpetuate racism through the power of storytelling and the leadership of people directly affected.

The Cody Renard Richard Scholarship Program

This scholarship program aims to support the next generation of theater leaders of color by providing direct financial contributions to help ease the burden of attending higher education learning institutions, as well as offering mentorship, leadership workshops, and an expenses-paid trip to New York City. The scholarship is created and run in partnership with Broadway Advocacy Coalition.



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