We got people talking, and we moved the ball forward, but there’s so much more to do, and it’s time for a rebirth.
Three European directors plumb the tragedy’s limitless possibilities.
With a global sense of movement and a natural ability to fill space, deaf artists strive to become more visible.
In a commercial society, artists must claim their own language, their own values, their own space.
TCG’s New Generations program won’t just benefit early-career theatre professionals; it will also help sustain the field.
Two anthologies break new ground for multi-ethnic drama.
How to become a theatre company’s practical dreamer.
The conflicts and commonalities I saw at this year’s TCG conference.
There’s a revolution afoot in theatre design that takes its cue from the three-dimensional spaces of centuries past.
How and why we made ‘The Laramie Project.’