On this episode Kelundra and J.R. talk to the Atlanta playwright about Chicago’s month-long celebration in her honor, the value of community-driven storytelling, and her new play ‘Something Moving: A Meditation on Maynard.’
July brings a myriad of stories from theatre’s past, from an actress who witnessed Lincoln’s assassination to the a grounbreaking Deaf-and-hearing production on Broadway.
From a sham buffalo hunt organized by P.T. Barnum to a stage production featuring Edison’s electric lights, August was a month of theatre to remember.
From early theatre for young audiences to the creation of the Asian Multi Media Center, January’s theatrical milestones started the year with a bang.
How ‘Come From Away,’ ‘Amélie,’ and ‘War Paint’ found their footing in resident theatres before stepping up to New York City.
Whether directing, writing, or irreverently adapting, the D.C.-based artist isn’t afraid of bringing himself to all his work.
With the TCG national theatre conference fast approaching, let our Rising Leaders of Color give you a guide to the D.C. metro area.
Ten leaders of color from the D.C. Metro area will receive development and networking opportunities.
‘Come From Away’ opens the historic theatre’s season, which also includes two D.C. fixtures: Ed Gero’s Scrooge and Mark Russell.
TCG’s 2014 industry report finds theatres in better health since the recession from playing it smart and building support.