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.
Facing economic contraction and an ascendant conservatism, the task for the American theatre must be to energize the young and rethink the nonprofit model.
The arts should run counter to a mood of national apathy, not acquiesce to or accommodate it.
Among the most striking changes in funding for theatre: the growth of corporate support.
Oh, the humanities!
The most pressing issue confronting the American theatre today is the relationship between the institutions and the artists that develop the work.
It will take more than money for U.S. theatres to function as companies and maintain repertoire, but money is certainly a start.
A tribute to path-breaking director and TCG co-founder Alan Schneider.
As we drop the boundaries among artistic forms, we should also consider the alliances we can form among artists and institutions.
Nonprofit theatres have proven they can survive, but is mere survival enough?