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AMERICAN THEATRE

May/June 2019
Magazine

THE ONLY NATIONAL MAGAZINE THAT PROVIDES COMPREHENSIVE COVERAGE OF THE WORLD OF THEATRE BOTH IN THE U.S. AND ABROAD. INCLUDES 5 COMPLETE PLAYSCRIPTS EACH YEAR, ARTIST PROFILES, AND MUCH MORE. TWO SPECIAL ISSUES PUBLISHED EACH YEAR "THEATRE TRAINING" (JANUARY) AND "SEASON PREVIEW" (OCTOBER).

AMERICAN THEATRE

EDITOR’S NOTE

CONTRIBUTORS

LETTERS

Japan in the House

ALMANAC

Sean Daniels Phoenix Rising

ENTRANCES & EXITS

AWARDS & PRIZES

John O’Neal:1940-2019

PEOPLE TO WATCH

LAND OF THE RISING STAGE • ROOTED IN TRADITION WHILE BRANCHING INTO THE FUTURE, JAPANESE THEATRE IS MAKING NEW CONVERTS, AT HOME AND ABROAD

JAPANESE THEATRE, KNOW YOURSELF • SOME ARTISTS ARE GOING BEYOND FAN-DRIVEN ESCAPISM TO DO SERIOUS, PROBING WORK. MIGHT THIS BE JAPAN’S TICKET TO THE WORLD?

BUGS, BOTS, AND GHOSTS • NON-HUMAN THEATRE BOTH PROVOKES AND COMFORTS IN A POST-FUKUSHIMA WORLD

Gardens Vs. Walls • A 3-theatre co-production of Karen Zacarías’s ‘Native Gardens’ sparks dialogue about border disputes and neighborly conduct

Anime Magnetism • How a new genre of stage productions inspired by anime, manga, and video games are making Japanese pop culture 2.5-dimensional

Manuela Infante Makes Space For Ideas • The Chilean theatremaker, now touring the U.S., works at the intersection of spectacle and philosophy

What’s Miami Is Yours • The future of the U.S. runs through South Florida stages

ONSTAGE MAY/JUNE19 • Here’s what’s playing this month at TCG theatres nationwide. For the most up-to-date information about performance schedules, contact the theatre or visit Theatre Profiles online: tcg.org/profiles.

TCG ON THE WEB

Theatre Communications Group

OFFSTAGE • Russell Harvard, whose Off-Broadway performances include 2012’s Tribes and this season’s I Was Most Alive With You, made his Broadway debut in 2015 with Deaf West’s Spring Awakening and is back on the Main Stem in King Lear through July 7.


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Frequency: One time Pages: 68 Publisher: Theatre Communications Group Edition: May/June 2019

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: April 25, 2019

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

Languages

English

THE ONLY NATIONAL MAGAZINE THAT PROVIDES COMPREHENSIVE COVERAGE OF THE WORLD OF THEATRE BOTH IN THE U.S. AND ABROAD. INCLUDES 5 COMPLETE PLAYSCRIPTS EACH YEAR, ARTIST PROFILES, AND MUCH MORE. TWO SPECIAL ISSUES PUBLISHED EACH YEAR "THEATRE TRAINING" (JANUARY) AND "SEASON PREVIEW" (OCTOBER).

AMERICAN THEATRE

EDITOR’S NOTE

CONTRIBUTORS

LETTERS

Japan in the House

ALMANAC

Sean Daniels Phoenix Rising

ENTRANCES & EXITS

AWARDS & PRIZES

John O’Neal:1940-2019

PEOPLE TO WATCH

LAND OF THE RISING STAGE • ROOTED IN TRADITION WHILE BRANCHING INTO THE FUTURE, JAPANESE THEATRE IS MAKING NEW CONVERTS, AT HOME AND ABROAD

JAPANESE THEATRE, KNOW YOURSELF • SOME ARTISTS ARE GOING BEYOND FAN-DRIVEN ESCAPISM TO DO SERIOUS, PROBING WORK. MIGHT THIS BE JAPAN’S TICKET TO THE WORLD?

BUGS, BOTS, AND GHOSTS • NON-HUMAN THEATRE BOTH PROVOKES AND COMFORTS IN A POST-FUKUSHIMA WORLD

Gardens Vs. Walls • A 3-theatre co-production of Karen Zacarías’s ‘Native Gardens’ sparks dialogue about border disputes and neighborly conduct

Anime Magnetism • How a new genre of stage productions inspired by anime, manga, and video games are making Japanese pop culture 2.5-dimensional

Manuela Infante Makes Space For Ideas • The Chilean theatremaker, now touring the U.S., works at the intersection of spectacle and philosophy

What’s Miami Is Yours • The future of the U.S. runs through South Florida stages

ONSTAGE MAY/JUNE19 • Here’s what’s playing this month at TCG theatres nationwide. For the most up-to-date information about performance schedules, contact the theatre or visit Theatre Profiles online: tcg.org/profiles.

TCG ON THE WEB

Theatre Communications Group

OFFSTAGE • Russell Harvard, whose Off-Broadway performances include 2012’s Tribes and this season’s I Was Most Alive With You, made his Broadway debut in 2015 with Deaf West’s Spring Awakening and is back on the Main Stem in King Lear through July 7.


Expand title description text