This month, executive director Teresa Eyring discusses transforming degrees of separation into degrees of connection.
This year’s vast mixture of work spotlighted new possibilities with respect to time, place and the nature of nurture in theatre today.
It began as a way to illuminate black culture, but Black History Month has become a source of frustration for artists who yearn to be valued equally all year.
Looking back and hoping forward while staying alive to the present.
Our servicemen and women are returning to a country that has other priorities—and to challenges like unemployment, homelessness, mental illness and estrangement from their communities.
A reflection on Universes’ ‘Party People’ at Oregon Shakes, and the ways theatre can both document and inspire change.
TCG is building on 50 years of the call of adventure, acted upon.
A look back and a look forward.
How are we doing? Here’s a checklist for a fieldwide check-in.
Imagine a world—even a department store—without art.