FEBRUARY 17, 2022 The Broadway Advocacy Coalition, in partnership with Cody Renard Richard, have announced the 2022 cohort for the Cody Renard Richard Scholarship Program. Three current students from the School of Drama are among the select group of ten. The Cory Renard Richard Scholarship Program is dedicated to honoring, uplifting and supporting the next generation of Black, Asian, Latinx, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) theatre-makers working behind the
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