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Broadway Sees Benefits of Building Black Audience

Broadway Sees Benefits of Building Black Audiences The New York Times - June 27, 2010 While Memphis' producers estimate that 25-30% of their audience is black, the producers of Fela! and Race say that their outreach has resulted in black theaterg...more

diversity   Jul 6, 2010 • Views:3524 • Comments: 0


 

Maps Show Racial Breakdown of America’s Biggest Cities

Revealed: The Maps that Show the Racial Breakdown of America’s Biggest Cities by David Gardner Eric Fischer, digital cartographer, Uses information from the 2000 U.S. census to show the extent to which America has blended together the races...more

diversity   Sep 27, 2010 • Views:3653 • Comments: 0


 
 
 

Culture is Focus of TCG's American Theatre Magazine

Among Theatre Communications Group's mission is to leverage the stories of the field to build greater public awareness of and appreciation for live theatre in America. The organization’s vision ranges from being the leader and innovator in ass...more

diversity   artists   advocacy   Nov 22, 2010 • Views:33794 • Comments: 0


 
 
 
 

Controversy Offers Numerous Viewpoints

This past week The National Portrait Gallery pulled a four-minute video by David Wojnarowicz from the exhibit “Hide/Seek: Difference and Desire in American Portraiture,” the first major museum exhibition showing how questions of gender a...more

diversity   artists   advocacy   education   Dec 6, 2010 • Views:10130 • Comments: 0


 
 

Past as Prologue: Dreams of An Ideal Theatre

"We make one world from the stories of many different worlds. Multiculturalism, or whatever you call it, didn’t begin in the 1980s, though we sometimes behave as if it did. Hull-House reminds us that ethnic, racial and cultural diversity i...more

diversity   artists   Oct 8, 2011 • Views:9762 • Comments: 0


 
 
 
 

TCG's American Theatre Magazine Focuses on Diversity

In the midst of a year-long 50th anniversary celebration, Theatre Communications Group is celebrating four core values that they have identified as important to both the work of TCG and the theatre field: artistry, diversity, global citizenship and a...more

diversity   artists   education   advocacy   Oct 16, 2011 • Views:18813 • Comments: 0