More Voices from the TCG Conference


The Theatre Communications Group is a national organization founded in 1961 to facilitate communication among professional, community and university theatres. Model The Movement, TCG’s national conference, took place in Boston this week and over 980 people attended this highly anticipated event focusing on transforming theatre into a movement for the digital age.

Jared Bowen caught up with a few of the attendees of the Theater Communications Group conference this week. It's the first time the conference has ever been held in Boston, signalling the significance of the city as a destination for the performance arts.

Heather Kitchen, Managing Director of the Dallas Theater Center, talks about making theater accessible to more members of the community.

Brendan Shea, Education and Outreach Associate at the American Repertory Theater, on extending the theatrical experience beyond the theater doors to reach new audiences.

Jim O'Quinn, Editor in Chief of AMERICAN THEATRE, Theatre Communications Group, talks about the internationalism of theater.

Haytham Al-Jadah, Georgetown University, National Theater of Bagdad, Fine Arts Professor at the University of Baghdad. Tells of the rich experience he has had at the conference and all the knowledge he will take back to Baghdad.

>> Watch more of Jared's interviews with attendees of the TCG Conference in Boston.


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