Selected participants will receive a TCG Conference Scholarship and a year of professional development opportunities.
A historic gathering for theatres of color in St. Louis turned out to be a powerful and unexpectedly timely convening.
Formed to address the needs of a nascent resident theatre movement, TCG has grown, and is still growing, to serve an ever-changing field.
Eleven artists will receive grants to travel and foster international collaboration.
What is our commitment to experimentation, and to leading the field in this area?
Applications are due May 1 from Oregon-based early-career leaders, this time including arts journalists.
We must respond to this moment of division and despair by telling urgent stories, finding new voices, and fighting for our values.
Over three days in November, speakers and attendees worked through intertwining questions of finances, programming and diversity.
TCG executive director Teresa Eyring on the convergence of media technology and theatre.
Executive director of TCG, Teresa Eyring, shares her thoughts in the December 2013 issue.