Alternate ROOTS

Alternate ROOTS is an organization based in the Southern USA* whose mission is to support the creation and presentation of original art, in all its forms, which is rooted in a particular community of place, tradition or spirit. As a coalition of cultural workers we strive to be allies in the elimination of all forms of oppression. ROOTS is committed to social and economic justice and the protection of the natural world and addresses these concerns through its programs and services.


The Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York is an arts service organization dedicated to supporting New York City's vibrant community of nonprofit theatres. A.R.T./New York supports non profit theatre companies in New York City by providing four core programs: Funding, Training, Space, and Connections.

Black Theatre Commons

Black Theatre Commons (BTC) is a network of theatre practitioners who self identify as members of the Black/African Diaspora. We activate our collective resources to amplify, nurture and support the work of Black Theaters and practitioners through advocacy, convening, networking and knowledge-sharing.


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.


The Kennedy Center American College Theater (KCACTF) is a national theater program involving 18,000 students from colleges and universities nationwide which has served as a catalyst in improving the quality of college theater in the United States.


The Latinx Theatre Commons (LTC) is a national movement that uses a commons-based approach to transform the narrative of the American theatre, to amplify the visibility of Latinx performance making, and to champion equity through advocacy, art making, convening, and scholarship.


A national community of artists and arts organizations dedicated to collaborative creation, the Network of Ensemble Theaters (NET) exists to propel ensemble theater practice to the forefront of culture and society.

The Sol Project

The Sol Project is a national theater initiative that works in partnership with leading theater companies to amplify the voices of Latinx playwrights and build artistic homes for artists of color in New York City and beyond.


The United States Institute for Theatre Technology, Inc. (USITT) connects performing arts design and technology communities to ensure a vibrant dialog among practitioners, educators, and students.


We're excited to acknowledge the support of these awesome organizations, but don't yet have their logo:

  • National Alliance for Musical Theatre

You too can support the JUBILEE!

Does your organization, business, association, agency, or group want to support the vision of the JUBILEE in 2020/2021? Join us by becoming a partner!

Each partner can support the JUBILEE vision in a different way:

  • informing your community about JUBILEE and encouraging them to get involved
  • distributing titles of plays and names of artists JUBILEE participants can produce
  • producing artwork in your area (painting, dance, etc) in the spirit of the JUBILEE
  • spending 2020/2021 manifesting the JUBILEE vision in your company in any way of your devising other than producing art (e.g. re-examining HR policies, auditing marketing materials).

It's never too late to partner with the JUBILEE!