TCG Annual Fund
Each year, TCG's activities are supported through a variety of means, including tax-deductible personal contributions in support of our ongoing work to keep the national theatre community connected and strong.
Individual support, no matter the dollar amount, makes it possible for us to continue delivering exceptional core programming which directly strengthens our collective theatre field.
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TCG Core Programs Include:
Through convenings, training opportunities, peer-to-peer information sharing and dissemination of research, TCG harnesses the knowledge of our members for the benefit of the collective whole, providing a sense of field-wide identity.
Currently distributing approximately $2 million annually to the field these programs offer career development opportunities to theatre professionals, facilitate collaboration for geographically separated theatre-makers, and encourage innovation in theatre institutions. TCG utilizes a peer-panel review process in all selections, with different groups of panelists convened for each program.
For over 25 years, TCG’s award-winning book and magazine programs (AMERICAN THEATRE magazine now reaches 50+ states and 90+ countries in over 13 languages) have published the work of America’s greatest playwrights and provided the primary source of information that connects, informs, challenges and strengthens the field. As the largest independent trade publisher of dramatic literature in North America TCG’s booklist includes 11 Pulitzer Prize winners, over 250 playwrights and other theatre professionals in single volumes and anthologies, and sold over 2.5 million books. As evidence of TCG’s commitment to our authors, every play published since 1984 is still in print.
TCG’s leadership role represents the theatre field within broader contexts and networks through our advocacy activities on a federal level, national audience development programs and nationwide public awareness campaigns. TCG also serves as the home to the US Center of the International Theatre Institute, connecting our constituents to the global theatre community.