U.S. theatre’s relationship with its Japanese colleagues has come a long way since Tadashi Suzuki’s 1978 debut here.
International Women’s Day, World Theatre Day, 400 Years of Inequality, and others offer opportunities for the field to mark our history this month and beyond.
A deep dive into experimental theatre demonstrated fresh ways to build connections among artists and audiences.
Amid a rough year, I heard stories of survival from folks seeing and sinking into moments of personal joy.
Peer-to-peer learning has always been at the foundation of our field, and is one of the key ways TCG fulfills its mission and purpose.
Formed to address the needs of a nascent resident theatre movement, TCG has grown, and is still growing, to serve an ever-changing field.
We’ve heard the field’s concerns and are now working to determine the capacities we’d need to expand our coverage.
An EDI consciousness is already fundamental to the work of some theatre practitioners, but it has expanded exponentially.
Can American Theatre magazine take a new approach to covering abuse and injustice in the theatre?
As cases of sexual misconduct and harassment are reported in our field, we must examine our collective responsibility—and our ability to make change.