By Eliza Bent
Yankee groups of different sizes and aesthetics find more than one way to reach international destinations
By Celia Wren
Money is one factor keeping artists stuck on their home turf, funders and foundation reps agree. But it's by no means the only one.
By John Barry
What can we learn from the successful efforts of other nations to promote their theatre overseas?
Interconnectedness Is the Word
from Jim O'Quinn
Firing Up the Dialogue
Theatres can benefit by partnering with social-service organizations on relevant shows—as long as expectations are clear
By Eric Grode
IN PRINT for May/June 2011
The trials and triumphs of Austin Pendleton; a listing of international festivals; Armistead Maupin and Jeff Whitty tell Tales of the City; Michael Cristofer circles back to the stage; broadcasting theatre performances in movie houses; a report from the Colorado New Play Summit; reflections on the Great Plains Theatre Conference; Arms and the Man at the Guthrie