In the Year 2034

posted by Lesley Gibson, A.C.T. Publications Intern

Starting off the week with a bit of good news, this month marks the 25th anniversary of American Theatre magazine, the leading professional publication of the regional theater in the United States. In celebration, the editors have rounded up 25 theater professionals from around the country—including A.C.T. Sound Associate Jake Rodriguez and M.F.A. Program alumna Anika Noni Rose—to look ahead and share their ideas of how the landscape of American theater might evolve over the next quarter century. Check out “AT25: An Eye on the Future” for an inspiring glimpse into the future that reinforces our faith that, even in the bleakest of financial times, art will find a way to thrive.

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