California’s latest attempt to save its smaller theatres, which have been severely strained by a new labor law and COVID impacts, has the crucial backing of Equity.
A new study from SMU DataArts found the metrics of success for smaller, community-oriented theatres to be both similar and different from their larger peers.
TCG’s THRIVE! regranting program, led by the needs and concerns of BIPOC artists and leaders, aims to rewrite the theatre funding process.
Though much talk has surrounded possible federal funding, let’s imagine a world based in repertory theatre and funding from the state level.
A stage manager’s stopwatch keeps a COVID vigil, and a reader expresses skepticism about arts funding as a panacea.
The live performance grantmaker has opened this cycle to a low-maintenance lottery of previous grantees, finalists, and semifinalists.
This week the critics talk to the grass-roots campaign Be An Arts Hero and discuss shows they’ve seen, including last week’s Democratic convention.
The arts are not a luxury but a huge economic engine for America’s cities and towns, and a reflection of our national culture. They deserve your unstinting support.
As we face another Depression, can we dream of a new Federal Theatre Project? Any such hope begins with political organizing onstage and off.
How many people could have been helped if they’d been exposed to theatre?