As part of TCG's strategic initiative Audience (R)Evolution, the Research & Resources Hub includes a comprehensive literature review, recent field-wide research, essays, articles from Audience (R)Evolution grantees, and archived videos from past Audience (R)Evolution Convenings to facilitate the program’s commitment to widespread dissemination of innovative and impactful audience-engagement and community-development practice.
In order to better serve theatre board members, whose crucial roles involve the gifts of time, imagination, and ideas, TCG has created the Trustee Corner, a hub aimed at helping theatre trustees learn more about the field, connect with other trustees and theatre leaders across the country, and play an important role in serving the needs of their theatre and the greater theatre community.
The Edgerton Foundation New American Plays Program launched nationally in 2007 and has awarded grants to not-for-profit theatres for 150 new plays to date. This page features profiles and media coverage of these new plays and aims to provide insight into each theatre's reasons for developing and/or producing a particular new play.
From January 2000 to the present, American Theatre articles are archived online.
TCG's professional development programs include in-person events such as retreats and convenings and long-distance learning such as teleconferences and webinars. These events bring together emerging and established leaders to learn about leadership, human resources and best practices.
TCG provides a variety of grants for artists and other theatre professionals to aid in their professional development.
This is TCG's national employment bulletin for the Arts.
TCG interns learn about contemporary American theatre through contact with artists and professionals who work in our Member Theatres, as well as constant interaction with TCG staff and its unique resources.