FINAL WEEKS!

From London to Australia, from San Francisco to New York, the reviews are in and The Catastrophist is a hit! Written by Lauren M. Gunderson, hailed as “America’s favorite playwright” by the New Yorker magazine, it’s the story of a virus hunter—who just happens to be the playwright’s husband, real-life virologist Nathan Wolfe—and his relentless search for the next pandemic. It’s a fascinating look at the threats without, as well as the threats within…and the human impulse to believe it just won’t happen to you.

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WE'RE LOOKING FORWARD TO WELCOMING YOU BACK!

YOUR GIFT NOW HELPS US REOPEN THIS FALL.

We are looking forward to joyfully reopening our theatre for live performances this fall! Before we can do that, we need to prepare our building, restore our staff, engage with playwrights, performers, and designers – all the things that will make our coming together again safe and memorable. To do that, we need your help. Already many of you have donated, and your generosity and belief in our theatre is the greatest encouragement. If you have not already donated, and if you are able, please make a gift to help us safely open our doors and welcome you back to our theatre.

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MTC NEWS

MTC WELCOMES NEW MANAGING DIRECTOR MEREDITH SUTTLES

Welcome Meredith Suttles, our new Managing Director! With an extensive background in creative and performing arts in the areas of development, management, strategic planning, fundraising, and performance, she has held senior leadership roles at TheaterWorksUSA, Soho Repertory Theatre, Theatre Communications Group (TCG), and the New York City Opera. A visionary leader known for her ability to win community support, develop key coalitions and build strong relationships with a shared sense of purpose, she brings passion and purpose to MTC.

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ACCOUNTABILITY & ACTION

90-DAY REPORT

The MTC Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) committee provides education training, leadership, oversight and accountability to MTC's EDI work in shifting the organizational culture towards a more diverse, welcoming and safe environment for artists, audiences, board members, and staff. In June 2020, we posted Our Community Pledges on the Accountability page of our website. This document is a detailed outline of our commitments to help guide our organization towards a more equitable and anti-racist future. We have pledged to provide regular status updates on our EDI commitments. Read our reports focusing on progress.

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