AWARDS

SALT LAKE MAGAZINE

Best of the Beehive: Performing Arts, 2023

THE UTAH REVIEW'S THE TOP 10 MOMENTS OF THE UTAH ENLIGHTENMENT

A/VERSION OF EVENTS by Matthew Ivan Bennett, 2015
ONE BIG UNION by Debora Threedy, 2016
(IN)DIVISIBLE by Austin Archer, Matthew Ivan Bennett, Carleton Bluford, Rachel Bublitz, Elaine Jarvik, Julie Jensen, Jenny Kokai, Melissa Leilani Larson, Jenifer Nii, Morag Shepherd, Eric Samuelsen, Debora Threedy, 2017
GOOD STANDING by Matthew Greene, 2018
ODA MIGHT by Camille Washington, and "Drivers License, Please" as part of LOCAL COLOR and "Bombastic Blue" as part of ROSE EXPOSED: #TRENDING, both by Olivia Custodio, 2019
THE AUDACITY by Jenifer Nii, 2020
ART & CLASS by Matthew Ivan Bennett, 2021
THE CLEAN-UP PROJECT by Carleton Bluford, 2022 (The 10 moments listed each year from 2015-2021 were in no particular order. THE CLEAN-UP PROJECT was the first to receive the distinction as the top moment of the year.)
FIRE! by Jenifer Nii, 2023

ORGANIZATIONS

- Equality Utah's Allies for Equality Award for Organization of the Year, 2007
- Transgender Education Advocates of Utah's Organization of the Year, 2010
- Human Rights Campaign's Equality Award for Organization of the Year, 2011
- Transgender Education Advocates of Utah's Organization of the Year, 2013
- International Center for Women Playwrights, 50/50 Applause Award for Gender Parity Among Playwrights, 2016, 2017, 2018
- Parent Artist Advocacy League for Performing Arts + Media (PAAL) Award for Parent-Inclusive Practices, 2018
- Salt Lake City's Downtown Alliance's Achievement Award in the Arts for 30 years of amplifying diverse voices, 2021
- Westminster University's Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion's Unsung Hero Award for Promoting a diverse and inclusive community along the Wasatch Front, 2022
- Feedspot's 35 Best Playwrights RSS Feeds (ranked #10 globally in 2022, #14 in 2023. #10 in 2024)
- Individual Achievement Awards from Honor Roll! (an advocacy and action group of more than 1,800 playwrights women+ playwrights nationwide) for Managing Director Cheryl Ann Cluff and Artistic Director Jerry Rapier celebrating our history of producing work by women+ playwrights over the age 40

CITY & STATE

- Utah’s Governor’s Organization Leadership in the Arts Award, 2015
- Salt Lake City’s Mayor’s Artist Award for Service to the Arts by an Organization, 2015
- Salt Lake City's Mayor's Artist Award in the Performing Arts, Artistic Director Jerry Rapier, 2008

PULITZER PRIZE FOR DRAMA NOMINATIONS

- Eric Samuelsen, 2014, CLEARING BOMBS
- Tim Slover, 2017, VIRTUE

AMERICAN THEATRE CRITICS ASSOCIATION/STEINBERG NEW PLAY AWARD NOMINATIONS FOR BEST NEW AMERICAN PLAY PRODUCED OUTSIDE NEW YORK

- Mary Dickson, 2007, EXPOSED
- Matthew Ivan Bennett, 2011, MESA VERDE
- Jenifer Nii, 2012, THE SCARLET LETTER
- Jenifer Nii, 2013, SUFFRAGE
- Eric Samuelsen, 2013, NOTHING PERSONAL

INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR WOMEN PLAYWRIGHTS

50/50 Applause Award, 2016, 2017, 2018

UNITED SOLO THEATRE FESTIVAL, NEW YORK

Best Drama 2013, ERIC(A)

SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY BEST OF UTAH (FORMERLY ARTY, FORMERLY SLAMMY) AWARDS

52 total awards, including nine Best Original Play and 15 Best Theatre Production citations - awards defunct as of 2017

QSALTLAKE FABBY AWARDS

22 total awards, including 11 Best Theatre Company citations - ceased participating in 2011