Artists and scholars gathered this week to hear and reconsider August Wilson’s famous TCG speech about race and theatre.
Leadership transitions at Mu Performing Arts, Penumbra Theatre, and the Guthrie Theater raise questions as well as expectations for the future.
Conference attendees listened to one of America’s great listeners, StoryCorps’ Dave Isay, as he shared both how he captures people’s lives on tape—and why it’s worth doing.
The co-artistic director of Penumbra Theatre Company was one of 23 regional leaders awarded the $100,000 fellowship.
Director Chuck Smith curates an August Wilson Celebration, with readings of all 10 of the Century Cycle plays and little-heard Wilson poetry.
The theatre’s 2015–16 seasons spans three stages with a variety of musicals and dramas. World premieres include a new John Denver revue and Joanna Murray-Smith’s ‘American Song.’
Meet a cadre of artists and companies who put social, political and civic causes at the forefront of their work.
Sarah Bellamy, Michael Price and Michael Counts, among others, step in and out of positions.
TCG’s industry report shows that, with the worst of the recession behind them, U.S. theatre leaders must plan for an unpredictable future.
After three decades working together, these two have learned to fight from a place of respect as much as passion.