What can the theatre bring to this moment of national uncertainty? Our art, our activism, and each other.
The arts are central to community life, and many theatres are pioneers in civic engagement.
Remembering Zelda Fichandler and her legacy within the resident theatre movement.
The 2016 North Carolina Theatre Conference offers models for theatres to respond to political issues this election year.
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.