Community Theater Is Alive and Well and Everywhere

I’m back! Get ready for a deluge of arts journalism realness.

Two weeks ago Backstage featured a piece about the American Association of Community Theatre or AACT, written by yours truly. Read it here, there, and everywhere:

 

Community theater, that wonder of nationwide, volunteer-run artistry, remains as popular as it is miraculous. If you’re a working actor, chances are your dream of theatrical stardom was born on a community theater stage. Unlike the high stakes and cutthroat competition that may dominate professional acting, the amateur theater world brings communities together, inspires local audiences, and launches the careers of emerging thespians. Keeping this magic alive is the American Association of Community Theatre, a substantial resource for community theaters and the starry-eyed enthusiasts who run them.

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