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Risk Management and the Performing Arts?

The single largest challenge: building better boards, not managing risk. Right?

HJ Lee’s Calling to Launch KoreanAmericanStory.org

"Art stays stay forever in people’s minds."

Long-Term Nonprofit Planning? As Easy as Driving

Balancing long and short term priorities is as easy as driving and prevents accidents.

On What Theater Has Become

Why have we allowed the power of theater to dwindle?

The Cultural Investment ROI

Pitching a better model to predict the return on cultural investments.

Will the Arts Help Us Rediscover Shared Common Values?

In light of massive societal change, modeling the future of the arts is imperative.

Mind the Gap, London, and Farewell

England has given me a gift: a pair of gimlet eyes.

Why I Want to Work & Play Like A Child in...

In the new year, I won't be so scripted. I want to be open and have fun.

Making Piece in Crown Heights

Poking at the Black/Jewish binary, in reflection, 25 years later.

Contradictions of the Creative Economy

Perhaps the 20th century was a golden age -- and an anomaly.

A Plea for Obstinence Education

Major portions of society believe X -- despite knowing Y is true.

I’d Like to Begin by Doing the Right Thing…

What a "Welcome to Country" speech could teach North American cultural leaders.

Innovation in Arts Funding: Eight “Actual” Responses

Reflections on making theater without funding.

What’s Good: Miley, Nicki and the Politics of Respectability

Can we objectively determine someone else’s value?

What the Rest of the World Asks Me About America

The freedom to be a jackass is a purely American virtue.

Audiences Assert Their Agency: The End of the Fourth Wall?

The fourth wall is dissolving, and audiences are demanding a greater share of agency in performance.

Modern Lynchings, Vintage Plays

These women used these plays to profess #BlackLivesMatter in the face of unimaginable horror.

Oh Canada: Arts Consulting Across the Border

If the U.S. was built on the melting pot, Canada was built on the salad bowl.

Universities Embrace the Arts: What Do Artists Get?

Artists so rarely profit from the value they produce.

What Follows “Mad Men”? Mad Women

If you don’t see it, can it really be all that bad?
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