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CTC stands as a critically acclaimed and award-winning community of independent makers and visionaries. Established in 2008 as a pioneering hybrid group with a presence both online and in-person, CTC is dedicated to fostering the research and development of innovative theatrical works.

Woman dancing

We have produced and presented productions and events in 8 U.S. cities, as well as internationally in Montreal, Canada, and Guadalajara, Oaxaca, and Vera Cruz, Mexico, broadening our impact on a global scale.

With a dedication to collective storytelling, we have supported the development of over 150 groundbreaking theatrical productions. These productions serve as a reflection of the diversity inherent in the American experience, employing inclusive practices to amplify underrepresented voices in the American Theatre.

Press: The Woman Who Was Me
Press: The Woman Who Was Me
Press: The Woman Who Was Me
Press: The Woman Who Was Me
Press: BABEL
Press: BABEL
Press: The Woman Who Was Me
Press: BABEL
Press: BABEL
Press: A Mexican Affair
Press: A Mexican Affair
Press: A Mexican Affair

CTC pioneered a digital and hybrid producing model that has cultivated a dedicated global audience spanning 6 continents and 46 countries, underscoring CTC's commitment to innovation and accessibility in the realm of theater.

Performer reading from a music stand with their hand on their hip
Two dancers, mid lift, and the woman's skirt is fanning out
Graphic for 'NPR: All Things Considered - Project Unspeakable" Podcast

HOW TO TEACH ONLINE

In response to the recent move by many US colleges and universities in closing campuses, Convergences Theatre Collective (CTC) has created a free guide to support teachers transitioning from an in-person to an online learning environment. From our founding, CTC has utilized remote technology for online collaboration as well as a tool to support rehearsals with collaborators in different geographic areas. We also host training and workshops online. We are happy to share our experience with you.

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