The tight-knit troupe, whose unique training has been at least as influential as its form-bending work, ends its 30-year run in a typically unlikely way: with a take on ‘A Christmas Carol.’
For an entire afternoon of its 2021 virtual conference, TCG turned programming over to theatremakers who are 30 and younger.
Theatre in the Grand Canyon State reflects the region’s unique challenges and opportunities.
Amid a rough year, I heard stories of survival from folks seeing and sinking into moments of personal joy.
The conference in Stumptown kicks off with a look back and a bracing glimpse at Oregon stories.
In igniting fierce debates about casting, funding, and racial equity, August Wilson’s 1996 keynote anticipated many of the arguments we’re still having.
We have much to learn—and some things to teach, as well—in our global collaborations.
The awardees includes Rebecca Young, Adrian Hall, Kinan Valdez, and Deborah Cullinan.
At the 2013 Conference, theatre artists went back to their roots to “Learn, Do, Teach” and tackle the topics of innovation, audience engagement, diversity and inclusion, and financial adaptation.
Innovations in artistic practice take center stage at TCG’s 2012 National Conference in Boston.