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The Changeover
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The Changeover

Leadership in Transition

The US and Canada are in the middle of an unprecedented turnover of artistic leadership in the nonprofit theatre. This series aims to put a range of voices, issues, and ideas in play that can inform and reflect this historic changeover. 

Alaska Native Theatre
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Alaska Native Theatre

The first Alaskans have been telling the real story of the land for thousands of years. Yet so often, these are not the stories the rest of the world, or often even the rest of Alaska, knows outside of our communities.

Decolonizing Theatre
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Decolonizing Theatre

This series explores decolonizing theatre practice. 

Artist Rights and Safety
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Artist Rights and Safety

This series highlights the work that is being done around artist rights and safety in the theatre world, in the hopes that we can ignite dialogue, spark further exploration, and encourage more people to get involved in this growing field.

Strange Eventful History by Michael Lueger
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Strange Eventful History by Michael Lueger

Michael Lueger dissects different topics from theatrical history.

Nashville
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Nashville

Nashville, Tennessee is well known as the Music City, but the rest of the performing arts scene doesn't get much attention. This series, highlighting Nashville’s lively artistic community, built on a foundation of interdisciplinary collaboration.

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IETM Porto

This series examines new and alternative perspectives and paths in the processes of producing and disseminating the arts in Portugal.

Parent Artist Advocacy League for the Performing Arts
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Parent Artist Advocacy League for the Performing Arts

This series covers challenges faced by parent artists and builds on the work of the Parent Artist Advocacy League for the Performing Arts (PAAL), a national resource hub and all-parent, all-discipline league advocating for a national standard of best practices for parents in the performing arts. 

Art in the Age of Populism
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Art in the Age of Populism

IETM Brussels

Populism may be considered as an ideology, a movement, or simply a style. Some may perceive it as a weapon against democracy, because it shrinks the space for plurality; some may view it as democracy's last vessel of hope, because it brings politics closer to the people. This series explores how the Belgian arts sector confronts this complex phenomenon.

Chronic Theatremakers
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Chronic Theatremakers

A series of interviews with theatremakers who have chronic illnesses.

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