"From the first moment I spoke with Claudia, it was clear that she was an invaluable resource and passionate professional. During our conversation she helped me formulate a clear outline for action, suggested resources, and shared insight about other organizations we might be able to partner with. By the end of our conversation, I felt much more confident about approaching other artists about building a support network for our #TheatreActionGunControl initiative. Claudia is an incredible theatrical ally!"
Tiffany AntoneProtest Plays
"As an advocate, activist, artist and dramaturg, Claudia Alick brings intense intellectual rigor and fierce emotional fervor to everything she does. Her approach is so solidly rooted in her exemplary practice on the values of artistry, equity, and empathy. She is among the foremost thinkers in the American theater, and her multi-faceted work provides vital and extraordinary service to the field."
Lloyd SuhMa-Yi Theater Company
“Claudia Alick and Calling Up have been a vital part of the launch of the latest cohort of theatres with TCG’s Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) Institute. The Institute is a peer-learning cohort of theatres going through a three-year curriculum to advance EDI at the personal, organizational, and fieldwide levels. Claudia has brought so much to the work: a deeply intersectional analysis of EDI; a toolkit for collaborative practice; a welcoming and insightful presence as a facilitator; and, above all, a joyful sense of play and possibility that infuses even the most complicated and difficult conversations. I highly recommend Calling Up for anyone who believes in the transformative powers of culture and community.”
Corrina SchulenburgDirector of Communications & Community Engagement, Theatre Communications Group
"In Claudia’s work with us she was extremely thoughtful, well-prepared and generous. She brought great energy and enthusiasm to her work with us. She provided an invaluable service, conducting research on the theater field for us. She was a great partner and I was happy to have her assistance."
Lillian Osei-BoatengProgram Manager for the Arts, Doris Duke Charitable Foundation
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