Conferencegoers from 24 states joined TCG in visiting with their receptive representatives.
Attendees from more than 25 countries convened to share common issues and address persistent divisions.
More than 1,100 theatre folks from all over the world gathered, connected, testified, and strategized at TCG’s conference in Washington, D.C.
For our first live edition of the podcast in D.C., we invited some local artists to the TCG Conference to chat the state of D.C. theatre, artistic transitions, and Donald Trump.
The final TCG plenary testified to the global power of theatre to tear down walls.
TCG’s third plenary thought globally and celebrated locally, with Stephen Karam, Nikkole Salter, Deaf West Theatre, and more.
In morning addresses director Kimberly Senior and executive and technologist John Maeda addressed risk and struggle.
The director, who receives the Alan Schneider Director Award at #TCG16, talks about her self-starting career and artistic restlessness.
An award for John O’Neal and a stirring keynote from Anna Deavere Smith began the conference at the intersection of civil rights and theatre.
With the TCG national theatre conference fast approaching, let our Rising Leaders of Color give you a guide to the D.C. metro area.