AMERICAN THEATRE Features Calendar

Story calendar is subject to change

At AMERICAN THEATRE, we've long published a few regular issues: our Annual Season Preview Issue in October, our International Issue each May/June, our Annual Approaches to Theatre Training Issue in January.

But in recent years, we've tried to give every issue a theme - not as a promise to definitively cover the last word on every topic, but as a way to focus our attention and go deep on a particular area, trend, or theme that strikes as worthy of more exploration. Some recent examples include a special issue on Latinx theatre in the U.S.; one on compensation; another on the uses of magic, illusion, and technology in design.

COMING IN FEBRUARY 2018:
THE DEVELOPING STORY


Where does the money come from? For most nonprofits, the answer is that it must be raised from willing donors and foundations, and that means having a smart, creative development staff. Nonprofit theatres have unique challenges in the fundraising game - and some unique advantages. A series of stories will look at how theatres are overcoming the former, leveraging the latter, and making a different for the arts.

PLUS

FULL-LENGTH PLAYSCRIPT: The Ghosts of Lote Bravo by Hilary Bettis
The Ghosts of Lote Bravo received a National New Play Network Rolling World Premiere at the Unicorn Theatre in Kansas City, MO and Borderlands Theater in Tucson, AZ. Ms. Bettis is a two-time recipient of the Lecomte du Nuoy Prize from Lincoln Center and is a 2015 graduate of the Lila Acheson Wallace Playwright Fellowship at The Juilliard School.

       ALSO IN THIS ISSUE
       Op-ed on theatres raising necessary funds in the wake of a natural disaster or crisis
       A look at how artistic directors are involved in raising funds
       Jewish themes take center stage thus season, from Indecent to The Band's Visit
       Portland theatres face the crucible of gentrification


RESERVATION DEADLINE: December 15        ART DUE: December 22

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Upcoming Editorial Calendar


      MARCH 2018
     The return of ‘Angels in America’

     APRIL 2018
    
Native American theatre

    MAY/JUNE 2018
    
International Issue: Immigration/Migration

     JULY/AUGUST 2018
    
Theatre Design & Technology Issue: Lighting

    SEPTEMBER 2018
    
Theatre Education Programs

    OCTOBER 2018
    
Annual Season Preview Issue

    JANUARY 2019
    
Approaches to Theatre Training Issue: Arts Administration

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The Annual Approaches to Theatre Training Issue
Training for Directors


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