3 years after shutdown, despite some encouraging signs, most U.S. theatres are struggling to get audiences to commit.
The program will accept applications from early-career journalists and critics of color until Tuesday, March 7 at 11:59 p.m. ET.
To better serve the field in a responsive and responsible way, the arts service org has slated its next National Conference for 2024.
As part of THRIVE! program, the grants will provide unrestricted funds to 20 Black theatres, Indigenous theatres, and theatres of color.
Jenkins will create and implement a comprehensive marketing plan to advance TCG’s mission.
This moment has pushed us past even our most prescient preparations for crisis and challenge, but we can face it together.
The 8 individuals in this year’s cohort don’t just make theatre; over the past year and going forward, they are all about making change.
Ellerson will partner with TCG’s executive leadership team to diversify TCG’s contributed revenue.
Hanay Geiogamah, Merrique Jenson, and Ralph Bryan to join TCG’s board.
With $1.635 million in support from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, the program aims to benefit U.S.-based theatres of color.