A-ha! Salons

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The following TCG Circle salon series is dedicated towards sharing the process, ideas, discoveries and progress of the grantees of the MetLife/TCG A-ha! Program. If you have any questions about this series, please email Gus Schulenburg.

The intent of the program is to enable theatres to dare to try new approaches to problem-solving artistic, managerial, production and/or technological challenges-to try things the organization doesn’t and couldn’t normally do. The MetLife/TCG A-ha! Program doesn’t want to encourage theatres to create programs that are only a reflection of the latest novelty or trend, but to discover and identify new strategies that will have far-reaching effect in helping organizations do their best work. Learn more here, and read older posts from the program here.

An International Video Play! by Fatima Zahra El Filali

Getting Our House In Order by Jesus A. Reyes

Who to Invite by Deadria Harrington

From the Ground Up by The 524 Project

Bag & Baggage is Unique by Scott Palmer

Answering Questions We Never Thought We’d Be Asked by Scott Palmer

Listening to our Neighbors by Scott Palmer

You Over There, Let’s Work Together! by Fatima Zahra El Filali

Building an online toolkit for playwrights by Jeremy B. Cohen

Let Me Introduce – Catalyst: Moving the Legacy of Black Theatre Forward by Jonathan McCrory

Crowdsourcing Kidcentricity by Tim Jennings

Please Steal Our Ideas by Brigitte Pribnow Moore

Talking Shop: CTG Experiments with Community Programming in Boyle Heights, CA by Leslie K. Johnson