Category Archives: D/I/G Conversations


Summarized by Joan Lancourt It’s wonderful when worries prove groundless. Twenty-five people showed up to the first StageSource Gender Parity Task Force meeting. We actually had to move the location from the conference room out into the light filled main … Continue reading

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Defining Gender Parity Town Hall

When we announced the Diversity/Inclusion/Gender Parity conversations that StageSource was going to hold in the fall of 2012, a few people asked me why we included gender parity. Pointing to several prominent women in the Boston/New England theater community as … Continue reading

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Breaking Out the Breakouts #STCRS

Breakout sessions at conferences can be panels of experts, with a short Q&A afterwards. The StageSource Theater Conference: Reframing Success is going to have a different structure for the breakouts. We are morphing traditional breakouts (topics we put on the … Continue reading

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The Diversity/Inclusion/Gender Parity Task Force Report

Last fall, StageSource hosted three conversations about diversity, inclusion, and gender parity. We made a call to the community for participants, and got a great response. These conversations were crafted into a report, which we have available on our website. … Continue reading

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A Report on the TCG Fall Forum by Joan Lancourt

2013 is the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation! TCG couldn’t have been more timely in focusing its Fall Forum on the issues of Diversity and Inclusion in the theater. It was a wonderful Forum, full of stimulating ideas as … Continue reading

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