Upcoming Events

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Rising Leaders of Color Info Session

February 13, 5pm ET

Virtual


In 2023, Rising Leaders of Color (RLC) will form a cohort of three exceptionally talented early-career journalists and critics of color who are committed to uplifting the stories of BIPOC and Black theatres, Indigenous theatres and all other Theatres of Color (BITOC); upholding equitable practices in the U.S. theatre field; and who demonstrate the potential to impact the theatre field in a positive way.

On February 13 at 5pm ET, TCG will host a virtual information session to give an overview of the RLC program and answer any questions! This will be recorded and share post-event.


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Climate Action Monthly Meeting: February
featuring special guests: Sirintip, Caitlin Nasema Cassidy, and Ashanee Kottage

Thursday, February 16, 3 p.m. ET

Virtual


In February, we will have an exciting, global and art-filled CAMM, hearing directly from Caitlin Nasema Cassidy and Ashanee Kottage at the Earth Commons at Georgetown, as well as special guest, Sirintip, a Thai-Swedish singer and inspiring artist-activist who just released an album called "Carbon."

Climate Action Monthly Meetings (CAMM) support peer-driven learning, accountability, and action for all theatre people committed to climate action and environmental justice. Participants will ask questions, share resources, and take collective action, both within the theatre sector and our broader world. The Community will center the leadership and needs of frontline communities, especially Native/Indigenous and other BIPOC communities. Learn more about TCG's Climate Action work.


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The Storm Continues: A TCG Virtual LAB on Theare's Labor Justice and Workforce Challenges

Thursday, March 9, 2023, 2:30pm ET

Virtual

Building off the MegaLAB session from TCG’s 2022 National Conference, this Virtual LAB will offer a temperature check, space for research, and conversation with peers about the field’s ongoing labor crisis and mounting workforce challenges.

At the 2022 Conference session, burnout was named the top pain point for folks in attendance, with issues of deficit budgets and equitable compensation coming in a close second. Using these findings as a baseline, TCG will revisit some of these pain points to better understand what is fueling that burnout and work-related anxiety across the field.

TCG will also share our findings from our most recent Salary Survey and Theatre Facts, and offer analysis of those findings. Attendees will be organized into small groups to reflect on the data, to draw connections to labor practices today, and to map out the changes we can make to shift practices.


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