WHAT IS MOXIE?
noun force of character, determination, or nerve.
Moxie Arts New York is a theatre company dedicated to engaging audiences with stories of women+ with grit and endurance.
We began as THML Theatre Company in 2017, serving as a platform for the stories of women who survive and thrive - and we continue to do just that, but now with a bit of moxie!
Our programming provides opportunities for women+ & TGNC artists at all stages of artistic career development. Moxie Arts provides a platform for new artists to have their works read or sung aloud, resources for artists with new work to be staged, and professional management for artists to see their new works come to fruition as a fully staged production.
We are a New York City-based not-for-profit company that engages with artists nationwide.
What We Do
How we do it
We are a fiscally sponsored project which operates as a not-for-profit organization. We are supported by donors through Fractured Atlas, and by grants from the following organizations:
Creative Space Grant: Subsidized studio space provided by the A.R.T./New York Creative Space Grant, supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
A.R.T./NY Creative Opportunity Fund (2021)
The Leon Levy Foundation COVID Relief Fund (2021)
The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council: Creative Engagement Grant (2021)
Nancy Quinn Fund: The Nancy Quinn Fund, a program of the Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York (A.R.T./New York).
The Harmon Foundation: The Harmon Foundation has graciously donated a family grant for our 2021 season to help continue our theatre work during the COVID-19 shutdown.
The ART/New York Relief Fund: A.R.T./NY awarded Moxie Arts NY with the New York Relief Fund for Small Theatres for our 2020-2021 season. We are grateful for the continued support of A.R.T./NY during this difficult time for theatres everywhere.
2019 Indie Theater Fund Artist Pay and Leadership Grant: 2019 Artist and Leadership Pay grants went to 15 companies to pay under-represented artists and administrators within their organizations.