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AMERICAN THEATRE

Dec 01 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).

STELLADLER STUDIO-OF-ACTING® NEW YORK CITY • 70 years 1949-2019

AMERICAN THEATRE

EDITOR’S NOTE

CONTRIBUTORS

Deep Cuts From the Archives

Meghan Pressman In With the New

DECEMBER ALMANAC

ENTRANCES & EXITS

AWARDS & PRIZES

André De Shields, Theatre God • The Broadway veteran, still kicking in ‘Hadestown,’ has blazed a path so that others may follow

ROLE CALL: PEOPLE TO KNOW • For this special expanded edition of American Theatre’s monthly Role Call column, which lifts up theatre workers of all conceivable job descriptions, recommended by colleagues who think they should be on your radar, we decided to place our focus exclusively on veterans who’ve spent decades of hard work in the trenches of the American theatre, and in many cases are now passing on the lessons they’ve learned to succeeding generations in both formal and informal teaching environments. We hope you’ll find, as we did, that their experiences and examples have tremendous intrinsic value in themselves, but also that they offer great teaching value as well.

The Business of ‘Carol’ • More than a mere box-office cash cow, Dickens’s classic is a community builder, a gateway drug, and a holiday tradition

The Art of the Comeback • What Arkansas Rep learned after it suspended operations last year and turned itself around

Devising German Democracy • Berlin’s Gorki Theater is at the forefront of an urgent international dialogue about diversity, immigration, and human rights

Glass. Kill. Bluebeard. Imp.

Cathedrals Made of Bricks • To introduce this month’s playscript, Caryl Churchill’s new four-play collection Glass. Kill. Bluebeard. Imp., we’re publishing a version of a speech playwright Lucy Kirkwood (The Children, Chimerica) gave at the Writers’ Guild of Great Britain in January when it bestowed its highest award on Churchill.

Glass. Kill. Bluebeard. Imp.

ONSTAGE

PREVIEW COMING JANUARY20

CONVERSATIONS

TCG BOARD OF DIRECTORS

NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR THE AMERICAN THEATRE

OFFSTAGE


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Frequency: One time Pages: 84 Publisher: Theatre Communications Group Edition: Dec 01 2019

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  • Release date: November 25, 2019

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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).

STELLADLER STUDIO-OF-ACTING® NEW YORK CITY • 70 years 1949-2019

AMERICAN THEATRE

EDITOR’S NOTE

CONTRIBUTORS

Deep Cuts From the Archives

Meghan Pressman In With the New

DECEMBER ALMANAC

ENTRANCES & EXITS

AWARDS & PRIZES

André De Shields, Theatre God • The Broadway veteran, still kicking in ‘Hadestown,’ has blazed a path so that others may follow

ROLE CALL: PEOPLE TO KNOW • For this special expanded edition of American Theatre’s monthly Role Call column, which lifts up theatre workers of all conceivable job descriptions, recommended by colleagues who think they should be on your radar, we decided to place our focus exclusively on veterans who’ve spent decades of hard work in the trenches of the American theatre, and in many cases are now passing on the lessons they’ve learned to succeeding generations in both formal and informal teaching environments. We hope you’ll find, as we did, that their experiences and examples have tremendous intrinsic value in themselves, but also that they offer great teaching value as well.

The Business of ‘Carol’ • More than a mere box-office cash cow, Dickens’s classic is a community builder, a gateway drug, and a holiday tradition

The Art of the Comeback • What Arkansas Rep learned after it suspended operations last year and turned itself around

Devising German Democracy • Berlin’s Gorki Theater is at the forefront of an urgent international dialogue about diversity, immigration, and human rights

Glass. Kill. Bluebeard. Imp.

Cathedrals Made of Bricks • To introduce this month’s playscript, Caryl Churchill’s new four-play collection Glass. Kill. Bluebeard. Imp., we’re publishing a version of a speech playwright Lucy Kirkwood (The Children, Chimerica) gave at the Writers’ Guild of Great Britain in January when it bestowed its highest award on Churchill.

Glass. Kill. Bluebeard. Imp.

ONSTAGE

PREVIEW COMING JANUARY20

CONVERSATIONS

TCG BOARD OF DIRECTORS

NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR THE AMERICAN THEATRE

OFFSTAGE


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