On Monday, January 22nd at 2pm CT, TCG hosted a virtual information session to give a complete overview of the RLC program. We'll also created space for attendees to ask questions about the program and meet the TCG staff facilitating the process!
In 2024, RLC will form a cohort of six exceptionally talented early-career leaders of color from Chicago, IL who are advancing their careers in the U.S. not-for-profit theatre and related sectors, and who demonstrate the potential to impact the field in a positive way. Please note that the RLC 2024 cohort will not include individuals specializing in theatre criticism or journalism, as the RLC 2023 national cohort specifically focused on theatre criticism and journalism.
Embedded in TCG’s mission and vision is a long-range goal to transform the national theatre field into a more equitable, inclusive, and diverse community. TCG is committed to centering Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC), Transgender and Gender Nonconforming, and Disability communities. Through its programs and services, TCG is actively addressing and eliminating the structural barriers preventing BIPOC from thriving to their full potential.
TCG strongly believes that improving equity, diversity, and inclusion in the U.S. theatre field is essential to the vitality of theatre as an art form. To that end, TCG is fully committed to supporting a wide range of aesthetics, perspectives, organizational sizes and structures, as well as celebrating all areas of identity, including: gender, race/ethnicity, nation of origin, class, age, ability, sexual orientation, and religion/spirituality.
If you have any questions, please contact Raksak Kongseng (she/they) at [email protected].