From the monthly archives:

September 2010

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We’re sharing a piece of  TCG’s  Education Centerpiece , which includes statistical data from our annual Education Survey and spotlights the breakthroughs that came out of our TEAM (Theatre Education Assessment Models) 2010 Pre-Conference in Chicago. One of the tactics discussed was guiding education directors toward developing valid and reliable conclusions and reports. This is [...]

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Ruth Margraff in JUDGES 19 at Moscow Art Theater, Photo by JR Delia

(Ruth Margraff in JUDGES 19 at Moscow Art Theater, Photo by JR Delia) In our recent interview with Roberta Levitow, she talked about Theatre Without Borders’ recent conference, Acting Together On The World Stage. For those who couldn’t be there (and for those who wished it didn’t have to end), we asked some of the [...]

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Going Global: Roberta Levitow

by August Schulenburg September 21, 2010 Interviews
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“I thought it was going to be a hobby, but it has become a lifestyle”, says Roberta Levitow about Theatre Without Borders, the organization she co-founded in 2005.   And well she might say that – our phone interview comes in the middle of her busy preparations for TWB’s upcoming conference, ACTING TOGETHER ON THE [...]

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The List, Continued

by Rob Weinert-Kendt September 16, 2010 American Theatre magazine

As promised earlier this week, here is the list of the 10 playwrights scheduled to receive the most productions at TCG member theatres in the 2010-’11 season: 1. Patrick Barlow: 26 productions 2. Tracy Letts: 20 3. Sarah Ruhl: 19 4. Lynn Nottage: 17 5. August Wilson: 17 6. Annie Baker: 17 7. Tennessee Williams: [...]

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What’s In A List?

by Rob Weinert-Kendt September 14, 2010 American Theatre magazine
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Among the things TCG is best known for—its annual national conference, its far-reaching artistic and management programs, its lovely Manhattan conference room—arguably its most popular yearly feature is American Theatre’s “Top 10 Plays” list, which each October gives a snapshot of which shows are slated to receive the most productions in the coming season. Apart [...]

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In The Trenches: Sarah Cameron Sunde

by Tara Bracco September 9, 2010 In the Trenches

As September begins, college students across the country are returning to their classes. But for those who recently graduated with degrees in theatre, many are wondering, “How do I begin my career?” To help answer this daunting question, TCG talks with theatre director Sarah Cameron Sunde to learn how she got her start. Ten years [...]

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