Tag Archives: theatre

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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#NEthtr13 in Balance

Best of/Worst of: Year in Review. We have come to expect it. The list, the discussions around why “x” was added, but “y” wasn’t. Several media outlets have created their lists, including the ArtsFuse and the ARTery. (Feel free to list … Continue reading

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Theater for Change: A Boston Story

If you’re waging a campaign – for mayor of Boston, better schools, cleaner air, more funding for the arts – what do you need to win? Ask any seasoned activist and you’ll get a laundry list of essentials: smart strategy, … Continue reading

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Live from the Library: Maureen Keiller

Jeremy Johnson interviews Maureen Keiller in this episode of “Live from the Library”. [audio http://traffic.libsyn.com/stagesource/LFL_One_Ep5_Keiller.mp3] Maureen Keiller was last seen in 33 Variations at the Lyric Stage of Boston. Other credits: Big River, The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby (Elliot Norton and IRNE … 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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What is…Audience Development?

Kami Rushell Smith is featured on our first “What Is?” podcast. In this series, members of the community will be asked to talk about a specific aspect of our business, and give their best practices guidelines. As we gather several … Continue reading

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