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Emilya Cachapero leading 'Equitable Measurement and Shifting Power' at 2018 TCG National Conference: St. LouisTCG Director of Artistic & International Programs Emilya Cachapero leading 'Equitable Measurement and Shifting Power' at 2018 TCG National Conference: St. Louis

Since the launch of the program in 2012, TCG and the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation's Audience (R)Evolution program has conducted research and collected resources in the areas of audience engagement and community development for the non-profit U.S. theatre field. Through our Research & Resources Hub, we currently offer the following:

Audience Revolution: Dispatches from the Field, edited by Caridad Svich and published by TCG Books; the Case Study Follow-Up Report, which re-visits seven theatres from the original case studies by AMS Planning & Research in 2013, and contains mini-reports on two new theatres selected by TCG; an American Theatre audience engagement article collection; an Audience (R)Evolution-sponsored podcast series with American Theatre; the video archives from both the Audience (R)Evolution 2013 and 2015 Convenings; a Literature Review that builds upon research conducted by AMS Planning & Research; and the Wallace Foundation's valuable research on effective audience-building practices.


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