Woolly Mammoth’s nationally acclaimed Connectivity department was founded in 2009 to link Woolly’s artistic mission with its social and political mission. Woolly Mammoth’s core values of radical inclusion and anti-racism are at the center of this work.
Connectivity enhances the total theatrical experience of Woolly Mammoth for all who encounter it. Maybe more importantly, Connectivity represents the potential and ambition of Woolly Mammoth to be a place for people to come and engage with the most thought-provoking and challenging questions of our time.
Connectivity in the press:
Engage!, American Theatre Magazine
Audience Building/Community Engagement Practices as Change Agents, Doris Duke Charitable Foundation
Magic Time!: Off the Leash: A Journey Into Reality One Black Life at a Time’ at Woolly Mammoth Rehearsal Hall, DC Metro Theatre Arts
Engaging Now: A Snapshot of Audience Engagement Strategies and Tactics Undertaken by Theatres Who Have Participated in the Intrinsic Impact Study, Theatre Bay Area
Six Theatre Workers You Should Know, American Theatre Magazine