This is an unprecedented moment for Tectonic Theater Project.
For the first time in our 20-year history, we have a play in every stage of development: Tallest Tree in the Forest is playing various cities across the country, Square Peg Round Hole is in workshops, and our newest project, Carmen, had its first reading.
In addition, our past plays are actively licensed by theater companies around the world: a performance of a Tectonic play takes place nearly every day of the year. Whether it's The Laramie Project, Gross Indecency, or 33 Variations, these productions continue to spark dialogue and build community.
Please watch our exciting new video that recaps our past success while looking forward to another great year with Tectonic. So as we wrap up an exciting 2013, we encourage you to join us on this journey of investigation, inquiry and impact by contributing to Tectonic Theater Project and helping us meet our fundraising goal of $40,000. The funds raised will help us continue to develop new plays, while expanding our Moment Work Training Program, which reaches high schools, colleges, and universities throughout the country.
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The Staff of Tectonic Theater Project
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