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Ways to Participate

Theatre Communications Group (TCG), which serves as the U.S. Center of the International Theatre Institute (ITI-US), invites all theatres, individual artists, institutions and audiences to celebrate the 53rd annual World Theatre Day on March 27, 2015. For questions, or access to the World Theatre Day logo, please email wtd@tcg.org.

Other ways to participate:

  • Share Warilowski's message on or around March 27 through program notes, curtain speeches and online media.
  • View videos of international theatre artists reading translations of themessage in their own language on ITI Worldwide in Paris’ website: www.iti-worldwide.org.
  • Apply for a Global Connections grant yoursel.
  • Promote your WTD activities on the official Map of WTD 2015 Events
  • Follow WTD updates on Twitter, and tweet about World Theatre Day using hashtag #WTD15 with a message like, “Celebrate World Theatre Day 2014 on March 27"
  • Follow the International Theatre Institute on Facebook, and post your own messages like this one, “Join us as we celebrate World Theatre Day 2014 leading up to the 52nd Anniversary on March 27. There are many ways to get involved, so please help us champion the power of theatre to strengthen cultural exchange and mutual understanding across borders!”
  • Register with the Performing Arts Alliance (PAA) and take action by contacting your elected officials regarding the need for: Improved visa processing for international guest artists (Issue Brief / Advocacy Letter); Increased funding for the Cultural Programs Division of the State Department (Issue Brief / Advocacy Letter)
  • Host a round table with your community to discuss the themes related to World Theatre Day
  • Offer ticket discounts in celebration of the day
  • Make your backstage space available for audiences to tour

Participate Beyond WTD 2015:

  • Register with the Human Rights Watch to learn about human rights issues from around the world
  • Consider applying for a Fulbright to conduct theatre research, training, and teaching —our world needs more creative solutions and leadership to resolve many of our challenges, and the Fulbright is making an effort to include more artists and theatre scholars in their programs
  • Set a goal to work with your local community and Sister Cities International to create a reciprocal cultural exchange or project with your sister city
  • Purchase a copy of the World of Theatre, published by ITI Worldwide, which serves as the best reference guide available to explore the diversity of the current global dramatic scene