Attendees from more than 25 countries convened to share common issues and address persistent divisions.
More than 1,100 theatre folks from all over the world gathered, connected, testified, and strategized at TCG’s conference Washington, D.C.
Play this month’s Caption Contest and enter to win a copy of ‘The Liquid Plain’ by Naomi Wallace.
The writer and performer is back onstage with ‘Latin History for Morons.’
The 80-year-old space is also in the midst of an ambitious renovation.
The NYC-based theatre ensemble, comprising artists in their early twenties, stages stories that mirror their own.
The Philadelphia theatre’s first pay-what-you-decide season features premieres from Douglas Williams and Jacqueline Goldfinger.
New plays by Tarell Alvin McCraney, Quiara Alegria Hudes, David Henry Hwang, and Rajiv Joseph, as well as a revival of ‘Zoot Suit.’
The company’s season will feature works by Sarah Ruhl, Shakespeare, Clifford Odets, and more.
The season will feature three productions and a reading series.