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CAST IRON
ENTERTAINMENT

CAST IRON
ENTERTAINMENT

Geffen Playhouse has launched a new artist residency with Cast Iron Entertainment, a cohort of artists including two-time Emmy Award winner Sterling K. Brown (Frozen 2, This is Us), Glenn Davis (Billions, King James), Emmy Award and Tony Award nominee Brian Tyree Henry (The Eternals, Atlanta), Tony Award nominee Jon Michael Hill (Elementary, Widows), André Holland (Selma, Jitney), and Academy Award winner Tarell Alvin McCraney (Moonlight, Choir Boy).

Cast Iron Entertainment will engage in a collaborative and experimental story development process at Geffen Playhouse, which will provide dedicated space, time and resources, as well as offer dramaturgical support for the duration of the residency. While the artist residency will be based exclusively at Geffen Playhouse, Cast Iron Entertainment will have complete creative freedom.

“Cast Iron is so grateful to Geffen Playhouse for supporting us in this exciting, new artistic venture,” said Glenn Davis. “The six of us are constantly engaged in other projects all over the world, and the ability to carve out a time and place to come together, brainstorm and develop new theater is crucial to our process. This leaves us free to dream together."

The Cast Iron Entertainment artist residency at Geffen Playhouse is made possible through the generous support of the Pop Culture Collaborative and K Period Media.