GREATER GOOD has been developed, and is being produced, with the support of important partnerships and programs. Company One is grateful for the work of these partners to bring the play to fruition, including the Mellon Foundation’s Resident Playwright Program, administered by HowlRound; the A.R.T. as both a development and production partner; and Company One’s PlayLab program, which has incubated Kirsten’s development process for the past three years through numerous workshops and readings.
Discover more about these partnerships below.


American Repertory Theater / A.R.T. Break-Out Series

The A.R.T. expands the boundaries of theater by transforming the ways in which work is developed, programmed, produced, and contextualized, always including the audience as a partner.

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HowlRound is a free and open platform for theatremakers worldwide that amplifies progressive, disruptive ideas about the art form and facilitates connection between diverse practitioners.

We seek to democratize the arts by effectively modeling the transformative power of commons based practice.

• Generosity and abundance—all are welcome and necessary
• Community and collaboration over isolation and competition
• Diverse aesthetics and the evolution of forms of theatre practice
• Equity, inclusivity, and accessibility for underrepresented theatre communities and practices
• Global citizenship—local communities intersecting with global practice

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Mellon Foundation Resident Playwright Program

Funded by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and administered in partnership with HowlRound, the playwright residency program places eighteen playwrights as salaried staff members in residence for three years at seventeen theatres in thirteen cities.  The program has four main goals:
– To advance the state of playwrights in the American theatre by providing them with space, time, and resources.
– To influence the working environment of theatres by embedding playwrights in them.
– To help the field (including other funders) understand the value of embedding playwrights in theatres.
– To work toward an ideal of having writers become salaried employees of all theatres.

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C1 PlayLab

Through a combination of personalized dramaturgy, group workshops, and professional development classes — featuring a roster of locally and nationally recognized artistic leaders — Company One Theatre’s PlayLab is an incubator of new work for writers of varied experience levels and backgrounds. Over its seven seasons, C1 PlayLab has provided a multiplicity of dramaturgical support models for more than 40 playwrights, all with the goal of supporting Boston’s diverse artistic field.

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