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Paula Altvater Fellowship
Cornerstone’s Altvater Fellowship program provides professional development to individuals interested in theater and community.
About the Altvater Fellowship
Fellows work full-time with Cornerstone on management or production aspects of current programming over an eight-week residency. Each year’s Fellowship focus is determined based on the needs and schedule of Cornerstone’s production schedule.
The Fellowship includes participation in bi-weekly company meetings, weekly staff meetings, and inclusion in company-wide community engagement activities and/or planning.
Successful fellowship candidates have prioritized interest in community-engaged theater and have some understanding of Cornerstone’s mission. They are curious, grounded, and ready to be immersed in the daily running of a theater company from the mundane to the extraordinary.
The Fellowship takes place in Los Angeles at Cornerstone’s office and/or on location of a community residency. The Fellowship includes a $2000 honorarium. Travel to/within Los Angeles and housing are not provided. Applicants must be at least 21 years old.
About Paula Altvater
Paula Altvater was a resident of the Pleasant Point Passamaquoddy Indian Reservation. She participated in Pier Gynt, Cornerstone’s 1990 residency in Eastport, Maine, and in the 1991 national tour of The Winter’s Tale: An Interstate Adventure. Paula passed away in 1992 and Cornerstone named this fellowship program as a tribute to her belief in the importance of community and the power of people working together.
Past Altvater Fellows
2011 Park Cofield
2010 Jay Briggs, Ashley Walden
2009 Mieke Duffly
2008 Sarah E. Peterson
2007 Loraine Shields, William Jamarillo
2006 Sibyl O’Malley
2005 Victor Moag, Luanh Ph Hwee Yen
2004 Laura Henry
2003 Leticia Lopez
2003 Soo Lee
2002 Julie Carpineto
2001 Maya Gurantz, Karla Diaz
2000 Donnetta Grays, Sergio Marin, B*Wak Comfort
1999 Elizabeth Gonzalez, Katherine Chappel
1998 Mark Valdez, José Casas, Scott Cheek
1997 Claudia Pardo, Pete Galindo, Damion “Teeko” Parran