The William Inge Theater Festival will celebrate its 39th anniversary April 21-23, 2022 by honoring Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage with the Distinguished Achievement in the American Theater Award.
The Scholars’ Conference at the William Inge Theatre Festival offers a welcoming forum for researchers at any career stage to present their scholarly work.
The William Inge Center for the Arts is thrilled to welcome Shannon TL Kearns to Independence, Kansas as the summer 2021 playwright-in-residence at William Inge’s boyhood home. The William Inge… Read More
After a year-long hiatus, the Inge Center is thrilled to welcome Tim J. Lord to Kansas as a playwright-in-residence at William Inge’s boyhood home at the end of this month. … Read More
“The High School 24 Hour Plays: ICC” returns from a COVID hibernation in a public performance at 7 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 28, 2021. Sponsored by Independence Community College Theater Department… Read More
Black lives matter. The Inge Center stands with black playwrights and black theater artists, and we commit to uplifting their voices now and into the future. The murder of George… Read More
The 39th William Inge Theater Festival will welcome two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage to Kansas to receive the Distinguished Achievement in the American Theater Award, which will be presented… Read More
Playwright Gina Femia is the recipient of the 2020 William Inge Theatre Festival’s Otis Guernsey New Voices in the American Theatre Award, which recognizes substantial early contributions to the contemporary… Read More