The study shows that U.S. nonprofit theatres were in relatively good financial shape in the year between Oct. 2018 and Sept. 2019.
This epic ‘gay fantasia’ emerged from the recession-wracked regional theatre of the early 1990s, but the field may be even more risk-averse now.
As funding for the arts shifts inexorably from corporations to individuals, can theatres maintain their edge?
Will the new tax law threaten charitable giving? We can’t afford to wait to find out.
TCG’s annual Fall Forum and Theatre Facts shine a fresh spotlight on strategic planning.
The artistry of Deaf and disabled theatre workers has been amply demonstrated. Why aren’t they centerstage more regularly?
You’ve raised money to build and staff your theatre—but without cash reserves, you’re just one disaster away from, well, disaster.
From the Executive Director: why technical theatre training is so important.
Editor Jim O’Quinn shares his thoughts on the November 2013 issue.
Theatres are deftly negotiating the bumps and curves of an economy in flux. Theatre Facts 2011 tracks their progress.