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Lia Chang Photos: Tony Award Winning Playwright David Henry Hwang, NEFA, Graham Sheffield CBE and Susan Stockton Receive 2015 ISPA Awards


The International Society for the Performing Arts (ISPA) welcomed the delegates of the 67th Annual ISPA Congress to Guastavino’s in New York for the 2015 ISPA Congress Awards dinner on January 14, 2015.

Guastavino's. Photo by Lia Chang

Guastavino’s. Photo by Lia Chang

The New York 2015 ISPA Congress, Dynamic Leadership: Creating the Future, ran from January 13-15, 2015 at various venues throughout New York. Tim Brinkman, Director, HQ Theatres, and Jacqueline Davis, Executive Director, New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, of the 2015 ISPA Planning Committee, co-chaired the Congress.

Tim Brinkman, Director, HQ Theatres, David Henry Hwang, 2015 ISPA Distinguished Artist Award recipient, and Jacqueline Davis, Executive Director, New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, at the 2015 ISPA Congress Awards Dinner at Guastavino's in New York on January 14, 2015. Photo by Lia Chang

Tim Brinkman, Director, HQ Theatres, David Henry Hwang, 2015 ISPA Distinguished Artist Award recipient, and Jacqueline Davis, Executive Director, New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, at the 2015 ISPA Congress Awards Dinner at Guastavino’s in New York on January 14, 2015. Photo by Lia Chang

Cathie Boyd and Luiz Coradazzi co-emceed the evening’s festivities which began with remarks by David Baile, Chief Executive Officer of ISPA and CAMI Senior Vice President, Douglas Sheldon.

The 2015 ISPA Award recipients included Tony Award winning playwright David Henry Hwang (2015 Distinguished Artist Award), the New England Foundation for the Arts (2015 Angel Award); Graham Sheffield CBE (2015 International Citation of Merit) and Susan Stockton (2015 Patrick Hayes Award).

2015 ISPA Awards. Photo by Lia Chang

2015 ISPA Awards. Photo by Lia Chang

David Henry Hwang receives the 2015 ISPA Distinguished Artist Award at the 2015 ISPA Congress Awards Dinner at Guastavino's in New York on January 14, 2015. Photo by Lia Chang

David Henry Hwang receives the 2015 ISPA Distinguished Artist Award at the 2015 ISPA Congress Awards Dinner at Guastavino’s in New York on January 14, 2015. Photo by Lia Chang

David Henry Hwang (2015 Distinguished Artist Award) Hwang’s work includes the plays M.ButterflyChinglishYellow FaceGolden ChildThe Dance and the Railroad, and FOB, as well as the Broadway musicals Aida (co-author), Flower Drum Song (2002 revival), and Tarzan. Upcoming productions include two new musicals: The Forgotten Arm, with music and lyrics by Aimee Mann and Paul Bryan, for the Public Theater; and Pretty Dead Girl, with music and lyrics by Anne-Marie Milazzo. Hwang is a Tony Award winner and three-time nominee, a three-time OBIE Award winner and a two-time Finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in Drama.

As America’s most-produced living opera librettist, he has written four pieces with composer Philip Glass, including The Voyage (Metropolitan Opera, 1992), as well as Osvaldo Golijov’s Ainadamar (two 2007 Grammy Awards), Bright Sheng’s The Silver River (1997), Unsuk Chin’s Alice in Wonderland (2007 “World Premiere of the Year” by Opernwelt magazine), Howard Shore’s The Fly (2008) and Huang Ruo’s An American Soldier (2014). Upcoming operas include Through the Looking Glass with Unsuk Chin for the Royal Opera House Covent Garden and Dream of the Red Chamber with Bright Sheng for the San Francisco Opera.

Unsuk Chin’s Opera Alice in Wonderland, Featuring Libretto Co-Written with David Henry Hwang, Set for UK Premiere at the Barbican Celebrating the 150th Anniversary of Lewis Carroll’s Novels on March 8, 2015

David Henry Hwang, 2015 ISPA Distinguished Artist Award recipient and his wife Kathryn Layng at the 2015 ISPA Congress Awards Dinner at Guastavino's in New York on January 14, 2015. Photo by Lia Chang

David Henry Hwang, 2015 ISPA Distinguished Artist Award recipient and his wife Kathryn Layng at the 2015 ISPA Congress Awards Dinner at Guastavino’s in New York on January 14, 2015. Photo by Lia Chang

Mr. Hwang penned the screenplays for M. Butterfly (1993), starring Jeremy Irons and John Lone; Golden Gate (1994), starring Matt Dillon and Joan Chen; and Possession (co-writer, 2002), starring Gwyneth Paltrow and Aaron Eckhart. With the pop star Prince, he co-wrote the song “Solo,” released on Prince’s 1994 gold album Come. He is currently writing a feature film for Dreamworks Animation and the film adaptation of Chinglish, to be directed by Justin Lin (Better Luck Tomorrow, the Fast & Furious franchise), as well as creating an original television series, “Shanghai,” for Lions Gate and Bravo. Yellow Face was adapted into a full-length movie for YouTube by the YOMYOMF Network in 2013.

Hwang is a Tony Award® winner and three-time nominee, a three-time Obie Award winner, and a two-time Finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. He received the 2011 PEN/Laura Pels Award, the 2012 William Inge Award, the 2012 Steinberg “Mimi” Award, and the 2014 Doris Duke Artist Award. Hwang was the 2012-14 Residency One Playwright at New York’s Signature Theatre, which produced a season of his plays, including the premiere of his newest work, Kung Fu He serves as President of Young Playwrights Inc, and sits on the boards of the Lark Play Development Center, The American Theatre Wing, and The Actors Fund. In 2014, he joined the faculty at Columbia University School of the Arts as Director of the Playwriting Concentration.

Gaurav Kripalani, Artistic/Managing Director, Singapore Repertory Theatre, Kathryn Layng and her husband David Henry Hwang, 2015 ISPA Distinguished Artist Award recipient at the 2015 ISPA Congress Awards Dinner at Guastavino's in New York on January 14, 2015. Photo by Lia Chang

Gaurav Kripalani, Artistic/Managing Director, Singapore Repertory Theatre, Kathryn Layng and her husband David Henry Hwang, 2015 ISPA Distinguished Artist Award recipient at the 2015 ISPA Congress Awards Dinner at Guastavino’s in New York on January 14, 2015. Photo by Lia Chang

Tisa Ho, Executive Director, Hong Kong Arts Festival and David Henry Hwang, 2015 ISPA Distinguished Artist Award recipient at the 2015 ISPA Congress Awards Dinner at Guastavino's in New York on January 14, 2015. Photo by Lia Chang

Tisa Ho, Executive Director, Hong Kong Arts Festival and David Henry Hwang, 2015 ISPA Distinguished Artist Award recipient at the 2015 ISPA Congress Awards Dinner at Guastavino’s in New York on January 14, 2015. Photo by Lia Chang

About The Distinguished Artist Award
The Distinguished Artist Award is presented to artists in the field of the performing artists who have made an outstanding contribution of talent, artistry, dedication, and service to the world of the performing arts. The contributions of these award recipients have gone above and beyond their prowess as artists. Recipients of the Distinguished Artist Award have included: Tan Dun, Nicholas Hytner, Regina Carter, Audra McDonald, Ong Keng Sen, Ravi Shankar, Van Cliburn, Laurie Anderson, Pina Bausch, Stephen Sondheim, Cab Callaway, Merce Cunningham, Kurt Masur, Betty Comden & Adolph Green, Philip Glass, James Levine, Marvin Hamlisch, Robert Brustein, Isaac Stern, Leontyne Price, Itzhak Perlman, Alvin Ailey, Jerome Robbins, Helen Hayes, Agnes de Mille, Joseph Papp and Martha Graham.

Jane Preston, Interim Co-Executive Director, NEFA, Mary Lou Aleskie, Executive Director, International Festival of Arts and Ideas, and Laura Paul, Interim Co-Executive Director, at the 2015 ISPA Congress Awards Dinner at Guastavino's in New York on January 14, 2015. Photo by Lia Chang

Jane Preston, Interim Co-Executive Director, NEFA, Mary Lou Aleskie, Executive Director, International Festival of Arts and Ideas, and Laura Paul, Interim Co-Executive Director, at the 2015 ISPA Congress Awards Dinner at Guastavino’s in New York on January 14, 2015. Photo by Lia Chang

Laura Paul, Interim Co-Executive Director, NEFA and Jane Preston, Interim Co-Executive Director, NEFA, recipients of the 2015 ISPA Angel Awards at the 2015 ISPA Congress Awards Dinner at Guastavino's in New York on January 14, 2015. Photo by Lia Chang

Laura Paul, Interim Co-Executive Director, NEFA and Jane Preston, Interim Co-Executive Director, NEFA, recipients of the 2015 ISPA Angel Awards at the 2015 ISPA Congress Awards Dinner at Guastavino’s in New York on January 14, 2015. Photo by Lia Chang

New England Foundation for the Arts (NEFA) (2015 Angel Award) NEFA’s mission is to build connections among artists, arts organizations, and funders, powering the arts to energize communities in New England, the nation, and the world.

Founded in 1976, NEFA is one of six regional arts organizations established with funding from the National Endowment for the Arts to strengthen the national arts infrastructure by cultivating the arts on a regional level. Today, NEFA’s programs are regional, national, and international in scope, and support artists and communities through grants and other opportunities in dance, music, theater, and public art. All aim to provide access to high quality arts experiences for the underserved, including projects that feature artistic expressions from diverse cultures and geographies.


Each program and project that is brought to life at NEFA is created with the underlying goal of building a stronger and more dynamic infrastructure for the arts. Convenings, network building, online tools, and a 30+ year history of data-driven research on the economic impact of the arts are essential complements to NEFA’s grantmaking.

NEFA is a grantmaker, program initiator, aggregator of resources, and builder of creative partnerships among artists, organizations and funders. Our work is generously supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, the six New England state arts agencies, foundations, corporations, individuals, and other government agencies.

Rachel Cooper, Director of Global Performing Arts and Special Cultural Initiatives,   Asia Society, congratulates Jane Preston and Laura Paul, Interim Co-Directors, NEFA, who received the 2015 ISPA Angel Award at the 2015 ISPA Congress Awards Dinner at Guastavino's in New York on January 14, 2015. Photo by Lia Chang

Rachel Cooper, Director of Global Performing Arts and Special Cultural Initiatives, Asia Society, congratulates Jane Preston and Laura Paul, Interim Co-Directors, NEFA, who received the 2015 ISPA Angel Award at the 2015 ISPA Congress Awards Dinner at Guastavino’s in New York on January 14, 2015. Photo by Lia Chang

About The Angel Award
The Angel Award is presented to an individual or organization which has demonstrated a significant and lasting contribution to the support of the performing arts which transcends the boundaries of one country or institution, and merits international recognition. With a priority on philanthropy, in extraordinary circumstances, this achievement may also reflect outstanding leadership, advocacy, innovation, scholarship, or curatorship.

Luis Coradazzi, Eric Klug and Graham Sheffield CBE, 2015 ISPA International Citation of Merit recipient at the 2015 ISPA Congress Awards Dinner at Guastavino's in New York on January 14, 2015. Photo by Lia Chang

Luis Coradazzi, Eric Klug and Graham Sheffield CBE, 2015 ISPA International Citation of Merit recipient at the 2015 ISPA Congress Awards Dinner at Guastavino’s in New York on January 14, 2015. Photo by Lia Chang

Graham Sheffield receives the 2015 ISPA International Citation of Merit at the 2015 ISPA Congress Awards Dinner at Guastavino's in New York on January 14, 2015. Photo by Lia Chang

Graham Sheffield receives the 2015 ISPA International Citation of Merit at the 2015 ISPA Congress Awards Dinner at Guastavino’s in New York on January 14, 2015. Photo by Lia Chang

Graham Sheffield CBE (2015 International Citation of Merit) Sheffield is Director Arts for the British Council. He is responsible for leading and delivering global arts strategy and programme across the Council’s 110 country operation.

From 1995-2010, Sheffield was Artistic Director of the Barbican Centre in London. Under his directorship, the Barbican became one of the most innovative, dynamic and respected centres in the arts world, with an award-winning international programme across the art forms.

In the last three years he has driven a major expansion and rebuilding of the arts programme at the Council, defining a new vision, developing new arts specialists in the global network, planning major extended seasons of work in Brazil, China, Qatar, India, Mexico and South Africa, as well as responding ambitiously to social and political change in the Middle East, Gulf and North Africa.

Under Sheffield’s leadership, the arts programme has grown in size and received more investment: to launch a Cultural Skills programme, expand the work within the Creative Economy, develop a digital arts programme and refresh and enlarge the Council’s internationally renowned Art Collection – a vital contributor to work overseas in cultural relations.

Julia Glawe, Director of Booking, Pomegranate Arts, and Graham Sheffield CBE, 2015 ISPA International Citation of Merit Award recipient at Guastavino's in New York on January 14, 2015. Photo by Lia Chang

Julia Glawe, Director of Booking, Pomegranate Arts, and Graham Sheffield CBE, 2015 ISPA International Citation of Merit Award recipient at Guastavino’s in New York on January 14, 2015. Photo by Lia Chang

Sheffield graduated in Music from Edinburgh University and worked as a Radio 3 producer at the BBC for 12 years. From there he went to the Southbank Centre as Music Projects Director for 5 years, during which time he founded the world-renowned Meltdown Festival. He also served as CEO of the West Kowloon Cultural District, Hong Kong in 2010. He was Chair of the Royal Philharmonic Society (2007-2010), and consulted to the Luminato Festival of Arts and Creativity in Toronto. From 2004-2006 Graham was Chair of the International Society of Performing Arts and a council member of Arts Council England, London (2002 – 2008). In 2014, Sheffield took up a new role as Chair of the UK’s largest music charity, Help Musicians UK and joined the Board of Rambert.

He was awarded CBE in the 2010 New Year’s Honours’ list for services to the arts and was made Chevalier de l’ordre des Arts et des Lettres by the French government in 2005. He is an honorary Doctor of Arts at City University.

About The International Citation of Merit
The International Citation of Merit is presented for unique lifetime achievement which has enriched the international performing arts. This award is not for performance but rather for distinguished service working within the profession. For example work as a manager (artist/company/venue), in education, marketing and public relations, consultancy, festival director, acoustician, architect and other associated activities. Recipients may be a past or current member of ISPA.

David Baile, Chief Executive Officer of ISPA with 2015 Award winners Susan Stockton (2015 ISPA Patrick Hayes Award), Laura Paul and Jane Preston, Interim Co-Executive Directors, NEFA (2015 ISPA Angel Award) at the 2015 ISPA Congress Awards Dinner at Guastavino's in New York on January 14, 2015. Photo by Lia Chang

David Baile, Chief Executive Officer of ISPA with 2015 Award winners Susan Stockton (2015 ISPA Patrick Hayes Award), Laura Paul and Jane Preston, Interim Co-Executive Directors, NEFA (2015 ISPA Angel Award) at the 2015 ISPA Congress Awards Dinner at Guastavino’s in New York on January 14, 2015. Photo by Lia Chang

Susan Stockton receives the 2015 ISPA Patrick Hayes Award at the 2015 ISPA Congress Awards Dinner at Guastavino's in New York on January 14, 2015. Photo by Lia Chang

Susan Stockton receives the 2015 ISPA Patrick Hayes Award at the 2015 ISPA Congress Awards Dinner at Guastavino’s in New York on January 14, 2015. Photo by Lia Chang

Susan Stockton received the 2015 Patrick Hayes Award. Stockton recently retired as the president of the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center a position she assumed in September of 2003. This state-of-the-art center completed in November of 2002 is located in Appleton, Wisconsin and contains a 2,100 seat opera-style house, a 350 seat black box style theater and a 75 person private function space. Programming of this facility included a partnership with Broadway Across America to present a Broadway series, a performing arts series and a daytime education series. There she led a team of 35 full-time professional staff plus numerous part-time and volunteer staff. She was the chief executive officer with oversight responsibility for programming, fundraising, operations and personnel.

Prior to her current position, Stockton was the Director of the Center for the Performing Arts at Penn State. There she served as the chief executive officer with overall responsibility for the management of Eisenhower (2,600 seats) and Schwab (900 seats) auditoriums and supervision of more than 20 full-time employees.

Susan Stockton receives the 2015 ISPA Patrick Hayes Award from Maria Hansen, Managing Director, Municipal Theatre & Philharmonie Haarlem, at the 2015 ISPA Congress Awards Dinner at Guastavino's in New York on January 14, 2015. Photo by Lia Chang

Susan Stockton receives the 2015 ISPA Patrick Hayes Award from Maria Hansen, Managing Director, Municipal Theatre & Philharmonie Haarlem, at the 2015 ISPA Congress Awards Dinner at Guastavino’s in New York on January 14, 2015. Photo by Lia Chang

While at Penn State she was hired to consult as visiting faculty by the Association of Performing Arts Presenters for their professional development program presenting educational sessions in the areas of fiscal management, fundraising, human resource development, advisory board management, programming, marketing, and arts education introducing a new online course connecting the visiting artist and presenting programs of Penn State.

Positions held prior to Penn State include director of the Center for the Arts at Middlebury College, Director of Campus Affairs at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire. Stockton also served as: Associate Director (1987 to 1988) and Assistant Director (1986 to 1987) of Management Development Programs at the Simmons College Graduate School of Management in Boston; Director of Student Affairs (1979 to 1986) at Simmons College; and Coordinator of University and Student Programming (1974 to 1978) at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio.

Stockton is a member and former board chair of the International Society of Performing Arts and for eleven years served as a Tony voting member of The Broadway League. While at Penn State she served as a cultural ambassador for a variety of performing arts programs and artist exchange initiatives in China and Japan. She earned a B.A. in Theatre at the University of Rhode Island and a M.F.A. from the Director Training Program at Ohio University.

She is currently enjoying a relaxed retirement from full time arts administration, pursuing learning opportunities and creative writing courses at Oxford University and serving as a grants panelist for The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage.

About the Patrick Hayes Award
Patrick Hayes was the founding president of the International Society for the Performing Arts Foundation, originally established in 1948 as the National Association of Concert Managers. The Patrick Hayes Award, the only award from an ISPA member to an ISPA member, recognizes an ISPA member of long standing and continued involvement whose achievements in arts management are deserving of special praise and recognition.

Dancing the night away at Guastavino's. Photo by Lia Chang

Dancing the night away at Guastavino’s. Photo by Lia Chang

Click here for my photo coverage of the awards.

David Henry Hwang Articles:
Tony Award Winning Playwright David Henry Hwang to Receive 2015 Distinguished Artist Award at New York 2015 ISPA Congress Awards Dinner on January 14, 2015
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Aug. 17: David Henry Hwang, Adriane Lenox, Chuck Cooper, Kevin Carolan, Stephanie J. Block, Caissie Levy & More will Sleep on the Streets for Covenant House’s Sleep Out: Broadway Edition
David Henry Hwang and Lynn Nottage Appointed to the Playwriting Faculty of Columbia University School of the Arts Theatre Program
Tony Award Winning Playwright David Henry Hwang Receives $275,000 Doris Duke Artist Award
Signature’s Production of David Henry Hwang’s Kung Fu, starring Cole Horibe, Phoebe Strole and Francis Jue, extends through April 6, 2014 
Photos: Backstage and Opening Night of Signature’s World Premiere of David Henry Hwang’s Kung Fu 
Photos: David Henry Hwang, Annie Baker and Rajiv Joseph honored at Sixth Annual Steinberg Playwright “Mimi” Awards 
Click here for more articles on David Henry Hwang.

Other Articles by Lia Chang:
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Rehearsal Photos: Jennifer Lim, Francis Jue, Telly Leung, Jo Mei, James Saito and Sue Jin Song in MTC Run of World Premiere of The World of Extreme Happiness by Frances Ya-Chu Cowhig, February 3 – March 29
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Production Photos: Stephen Adly Guirgis’ BETWEEN RIVERSIDE AND CRAZY at Second Stage Theatre
Vineyard Theatre Presents World Premiere of Michael Mayer Helmed BROOKLYNITE Featuring Ann Harada, Nick Choksi, Matt Doyle, Nicolette Robinson, Andrew Call and More, January 30 – March 22
Star Trek’s George Takei to Headline 5th Annual Korematsu Day at City Arts and Lectures-Nourse Theatre in San Francisco on Jan. 30
Two-Time Tony Award Nominee André De Shields, Bowman Wright, E. Faye Butler, KenYatta Rogers, Jessica Frances Dukes and Michael Anthony Williams Set for Arena Stage’s King Hedley II, February 6- March 8, 2015
Feb. 3: BD Wong and Russell Wong Guest Star on ‘NCIS: NEW ORLEANS’, Episode 1.13 – The Walking Dead
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Photos: Playwright Ayad Akhtar, Josh Radnor and Aasif Mandvi Talk DISGRACED at The Drama Book Shop
Rajiv Joseph Wins Laurents/Hatcher Foundation Award for New Play Guards at the Taj; Set for World Premiere at Atlantic Theater Company in May
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Photos: Andrew Rannells and Zuzanna Szadkowski Visit Richard Thomas, Anna Chlumsky, Julie Halston and Annaleigh Ashford at YOU CAN’T TAKE IT WITH YOU
Unsuk Chin’s Opera Alice in Wonderland, Featuring Libretto Co-Written with David Henry Hwang, Set for UK Premiere at the Barbican Celebrating the 150th Anniversary of Lewis Carroll’s Novels on March 8, 2015
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Click here for the Lia Chang Articles Archive and here for the Lia Chang Photography Website.

Lia Chang Photo by GK

Lia Chang Photo by GK

Lia Chang is an actor, a performance and fine art botanical photographer, and an award-winning multi-platform journalist. Lia starred as Carole Barbara in Lorey Hayes’ Power Play at the 2013 National Black Theatre Festival in Winston-Salem, N.C., with Pauletta Pearson Washington, Roscoe Orman, and made her jazz vocalist debut in Rome Neal’s Banana Puddin’ Jazz “LADY” at the Nuyorican Poets Cafe in New York. She is profiled in Jade Magazine.
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