TCG National Conference 2001


Philadelphia, June 20-23, 2001 The Role of Live Theatre in a Digital Culture

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Over 670 theatre professionals—artistic leaders, management leaders, trustees, artists and others—explored The Role of Live Theater in a Digital Culture in Philadelphia from June 20-23. Speakers, special presentations, performances, conversation, late night gatherings and Philadelphia's lively theatre scene all contributed to the conference experience. New additions to the conference program included a vendor fair and the open space meeting approach. The conference also celebrated TCG's 40th anniversary with videos, special guests, and the introduction of the TCG Awards.

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Our Host:
The Theatre Alliance of Greater Philadelphia

The 2001 TCG National Conference was made possible in part by support from the AT&T Foundation; The Allen Foundation for the Arts; The Boeing Company; the Ford Foundation; the Independence Foundation; the National Endowment for the Arts; The David and Lucile Packard Foundation; the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts; The Philadelphia Theatre Initiative, a program funded by The Pew Charitable Trusts and administered by Drexel University; the Samuel S. Fels Fund; Theatre Development Fund; and the William Penn Foundation.

United Airlines and US Airways were the official airlines of the TCG National Conference. Hertz was the official car rental agency of the TCG National Conference.