Engage: News, Upcoming Events & Performances
CTC hosted a reading of Court Dorsey’s script “Project Unspeakable” for NPR reporter Margot Adler. Follow this link to listen to the story and meet the cast: ‘Project Unspeakable’ Asks The Big Questions
Call for Collaborators:
Convergences Theatre Collective is seeking a few new producers to join our team. The Producer Fellowship is a year-long relationship where producers get hands-on experience with many aspects of producing original theatre and dance work, social experiences, and driving innovation in our field.
Video & Multimedia Artists
Writers, Poets, Playwrights
Dancers, Movers, Physical Actors
Composers & Musicians
Directors & Choreographers
We’re taking the project outside of the confines of a traditional theatre setting and exploring different opportunities to investigate Darger’s work. The end goal is an immersive theatrical event. First, we want to have a series of “conversations” with artists to expand our modes of storytelling with respect to Darger, his life and work.
Jeremy Williams is committed to excellence and innovation in the Performing Arts. He focuses on challenging and redefining the creation of new works, developing curriculum and pedagogy, as well as leading professional development of educators, artists, and audiences. His work as a Director/Choreographer has been seen across the country. He has led the creation of over 40 original productions spanning the genres of drama, musicals, concert dance, experimental theatre, and nightlife entertainment. He is the Founding Director (2008) of Convergences Theatre Collective, a national network of contemporary theatre artists and teachers dedicated to creating new work and revealing the artistic process for contemporary audiences- both live and online.
As an arts advocate and leader, Williams has consulted and coached numerous individual artists and arts organizations in artistic, educational, programatic, social media, promotions, and revenue/funding projects. He has been a leader in promoting and educating the field about Audience Engagement as a tool for artistic and business success. He has been a presenter and speaker for Engaging Dance Audiences, the national Dance/USA conference, Nonprofit Finance Fund’s Leading for the Future Initiative, and many webinars for the field in his capacity of Community Manager for GoSeeDo.org (formerly the Audience Engagement Platform). Williams is committed to creating, testing, learning, and sharing new models of business for artists and arts organizations to keep our work relevant and sustainable.