From Jenny Lind’s first U.S. tour to the founding of the Native ensemble Red Earth Performing Arts, September has been a busy theatre month.
Arts Midwest, in partnership with the NEA, awards $1.7 million to support Shakespeare programs with theatre companies, schools, and the juvenile justice system.
Sixty percent of funds will be awarded in the form of direct grants from the NEA, while 40 percent will go to state arts agencies to make awards.
Youth theatre pros from across the U.S. gathered to share best practices and hopes at the end of June’s TCG National Conference in Miami.
Carter, the acting chairman since Jane Chu’s departure, is the 12th person to hold the position.
Meanwhile, the House subcommittee has recommended a substantial increase in NEA funding.
TCG will team up with the NEA and TYA/USA to present a one-day convening about Theatre for Young Audiences.
Amid a rough year, I heard stories of survival from folks seeing and sinking into moments of personal joy.
Peer-to-peer learning has always been at the foundation of our field, and is one of the key ways TCG fulfills its mission and purpose.
Formed to address the needs of a nascent resident theatre movement, TCG has grown, and is still growing, to serve an ever-changing field.