An art form and industry built on ‘Yes, and…’ faces a world of ‘no,’ ‘maybe,’ and ‘who knows.’
A survey conducted by Dad’s Garage Theatre Company reveals that 19 percent of Atlanta’s arts nonprofits might close permanently.
In a time that calls for new ideas and quick adaptations, improvisers like Dad’s Garage may have an edge.
Carr previously served as the Atlanta company’s interim artistic director and marketing director.
10 mid-sized theatres across the country will try out single-ticket plans and learn from each other’s data.
Efforts to diversify the popular and influential form are no laughing matter.
How Atlanta’s flagship theatre planned and staged an entire season off-campus, and what they learned about their city and their audience in the bargain.
When people make exciting new work together at Dad’s Garage, why should we claim a piece of it?
A lap dance from a peanut-butter-covered werewolf? A hip-hop Dickens intervention? No wonder this comedy storefront attracts a young, rowdy ATL audience.
Anticipating hard times, the field is buttressed by strong numbers.