GTA, in collaboration with the Black Theatre Ensemble, Mask & Bauble Dramatic Society, and nomadictheatre thanks everyone who joined in supporting Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ) DC and Black Lives Matter (BLM) DC. Together we raised...
$1,215 from 20 students,
12 alumni, and 1 parent
With the matching contributions from members of the GTA steering committee, we've donated $1,015 to BLM DC and $1,200 to SURJ DC. We encourage you to continuing supporting these organizations and others in your local area in whatever ways you are able. Thank you for helping us to stand with the Black community today and every day.
You can read GTA's statement condemning police brutality and systemic racism here.
Members of the Georgetown Theatre Alliance gather for a happy hour and new play reading in NYC (August 2019).
With arts venues and organizations around the world closed to support social distancing measures, performing artists have developed incredibly creative ways to share their work with the world and each other. One of the ways they have been doing so is by creating virtual festivals, like the Stay at Home and Social Distancing festivals, where people can view selections from rehearsal, live-streamed performances, and on-going series. Inspired by these festivals, as well as by the tradition of BTE's Coffee Houses on campus, the Georgetown Theatre Alliance is proud to launch a virtual platform for elevating the work of the Georgetown performing arts community: the Online [Off-Campus] Project.
The Georgetown Theatre Alliance (GTA) is dedicated to strengthening the connections among the theatre alumni community of Georgetown University. It aims to foster the professional, educational, and personal development of Georgetown students and alumni interested in theatre.