Leaning Forward

Bolt, Gigi
March 2007
American Theatre;Mar2007, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p10
The article discusses changes within the Theatre Communications Group (TCG). In addition to its 50th anniversary as a national nonprofit theater organization, the group announces the appointment of a new executive director, Teresa Eyring. The article mentions longtime director Peter Zeisler and his confidence in Eyring's leadership. The article also discusses the organization's commitment to supporting American theater.


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