Theatre for young audiences is on the rise, and the possibilities are endless.
Theatremakers are acting on environmental issues and bringing concerns about climate change to the stage.
In light of recent controversies over plays by Katori Hall and Lloyd Suh, it’s clear that theatre needs a color-conscious casting approach.
Looking back on a year of flourishing and hard conversations, and looking forward to more.
TCG’s annual Fall Forum and Theatre Facts shine a fresh spotlight on strategic planning.
The push for gender equity in American theatre is part of a global struggle, and the stakes are economic as well as spiritual.
The Midnight Run, now a 10-year tradition, can show us a lot about how shared experience can deepen a sense of connection.
Meeting with TCG’s Canadian counterpart, we recognize common challenges—and a common need for a broader perspective.
We have much to learn—and some things to teach, as well—in our global collaborations.
Looking back at how far the theatre field has come in the last half century inspires us to move forward and take the next steps together.