Grants

external foundations

$4,000 – Production grant. Oberon Foundation.  Two Rooms.  Produced by Asylum Theatre Company.  September 2003.

$976 – Arts Decentralization grant.  Suffolk County.  what remains: long island voices of 9/11. Produced and created by Asylum Theatre Company. December 2001.

$2,000 – Arts Decentralization grant.  Huntington Arts Council. what remains: long island voices of 9/11.  Produced and created by Asylum Theatre Company. December 2001.

$3,000  – Production grant.  Oberon Foundation.  Taller, Produced by Asylum Theatre Company.  July 2001.

$850 – Peoria Area Arts and Science Council Arts Regranting Program.  Performing arts tour of The Shakespeare Company to under-served secondary schools. December 1994.

internal/university program grants

$545 – Professional Development Grant.  United University Professionals. 30 July – 31 December 2008.

$500 – Special Event Funding.  Office of Academic Affairs.  “Patrick Tucker—Acting for the Camera.”  3 May 2008.

$1,100 – Combined Individual Development Award (UUP), School of Fine and Performing Arts, and Department of Theatre Arts grant for one-week residency with “Everybody Loves Raymond.”  CBS Television.  Los Angeles, CA.  6-10 December  2004.

$1,700 – Combined Individual Development Award, College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s Fund, and Department of Theatre Arts to attend Teacher Development Workshop, The Actors’ Center, New York, NY.  12-23 June 2000.

$1,000 – Professional Development Grant to attend 1999 Conference of Association for Theatre in Higher Education.  Toronto, Ontario.  United University Professionals.  State University of New York. July 1999.

$2250 – Combined grant to facilitate Bradley University production of Lysa Strata.  Research Excellence Committee – $1200.  Iben Lectureship/Department of Theatre Arts – $1050. Bradley University. November 1994.

$1500 – Combined grant to bring guest lecturer Willa Taylor (Educational Director, Lincoln Center) to campus for lectures dealing with issues of gender, multicultural performance, and urban violence.  Iben Lectureship – $750.  Women’s Studies Program – $250.  Teaching Excellence Grant for Visiting Minority/Women Scholar Residency – $500.  Bradley University.  November 1994.

$1250 – Webster Movement Institute.  Instructional Improvement and Innovation Grant – $650. College of Fine Arts – $300.  Department of Theatre Arts – $300.  Bradley University.  July 1994.

$400 – Webster Movement Institute.  Instructional Improvement & Innovation Grant – $200. College of Fine Arts – $100.  Department of Theatre Arts – $100. Bradley University. July 1995.

$200 – Research and Sponsored Programs grant. Production research. The Government Inspector.  National Actor’s Theatre, New York.  Bradley University. January 1993.

academic travel grants

$979 – 2006 Conference of Association for Theatre in Higher Education.  Chicago, IL.  July 2006

$800 – 2005 Conference of Association for Theatre in Higher Education.  San Francisco, CA.  July 2005

$500 – 2003 Conference of Association for Theatre in Higher Education.  Toronto, Canada.  July 2004

$500 – 2003 Conference of Association for Theatre in Higher Education.  New York, NY.  July 2003

$500 – 2000 Conference of Association for Theatre in Higher Education.  Washington, D.C.  August 2000.

$500 – 1998 Conference of Association for Theatre in Higher Education.  San Antonio, TX.  August 1998.

$650 – 1997 Conference of the Association for Theatre in Higher Education.  Bradley University.  August 1997.

$1050 – 1996 Conference of the Association for Theatre in Higher Education. Bradley University.  August 1996.

$850 – 1995 Conference of the Association for Theatre in Higher Education. Bradley University.  August 1995.

$500 – 1994 Conference of the Association for Theatre in Higher Education. Bradley University.  April 1994.

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