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Taking Care of Business
Robert Barry Fleming Blazing a Path
AWARDS & PRIZES
ROLE CALL • PEOPLE TO WATCH
GOOD THINGS, SMALL PACKAGES • THEATRES WITH MODEST BUDGETS CAN HAVE OUTSIZED IMPACT, BUT CAN THEY SUSTAIN SUCCESS?
THE MOST With the Least • FROM DUMPSTER DIVING TO PERFORMING IN PARKS, HOW 6 THEATRE COMPANIES PERFORMED MIRACLES ON TINY BUDGETS
OFF-OFF-BROADWAY: FREEDOM ISN’T FREE • THE WORK AT NEW YORK’S SMALL THEATRES MAY BE BLESSEDLY STRANGE, BUT THE CHALLENGES THEY FACE ARE ALL TOO FAMILIAR
THE MOST-PRODUCED PLAYS AND PLAYWRIGHTS OF 2019-20
SMALL IS BEAUTIFUL • This year we asked leaders at some of the nation’s small theatre companies which shows, both large and small, they were most looking forward to in the coming season.
SEASON PREVIEW 2019-20 • PRODUCTION SCHEDULES FOR THE NEW SEASON AT TCG MEMBER THEATRES COAST TO COAST
If They Come, You Will Build It • Are U.S. theatres in the midst of a new building boom?
On the Banks of the Chattahoochee • How a group of artists are shaping an indie theatre scene in Columbus, Ga., that is vibrant, collaborative, and inclusive
Nina Vance, Texas Pioneer • The Alley Theatre’s founder built it for Houston, and built it to last
The Long Goodbye • Why ‘Completeness,’ a play about the impossibility of certainty, was singularly hard to finish
That Long-Haired Genius Paderewski • A century after his heyday, a Polish pianist and statesman is suddenly a hot stage property
TCG ON THE WEB
Theatre Communications Group
OFFSTAGE • Bebe Neuwirth, Emmy-winning star of “Cheers” and “Frasier” and Tony-winning star of Chicago, A Chorus Line, Sweet Charity, and more, will next play the lead in Adam Bock’s A Small Fire, about a woman gradually losing the use of her senses, at Philadelphia Theatre Company, Oct. 18-Nov. 10.