AMERICAN THEATRE

A Decade of Risk and Reward

November, participants explored what it means to create “A New Playbook,” or new model(s) for producing and sustaining theatre in communities nationwide. In some ways we are on the verge of a new movement. Certain structures will be disassembled and rebuilt differently. Others will remain intact or be tweaked to work more effectively for a changing environment. Historically, the “why” of the nonprofit theatre structure is grounded in practicality:

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