IAM Vol 18 Issue 12



International Arts Manager vol 18 i12


  • Performers contribute to a successful Platinum Jubilee
  • UK arts leaders call for education policy overhaul and better funding for, and greater emphasis on, creative subjects
  • 2022 Tony Awards ‘demonstrate Broadway’s resilience’
  • Sage Gateshead to involve its patrons in name change proposals
  • New season for Tokyo’s Suntory Hall unveiled
  • The next NEXT is 2024: Classical:NEXT to skip 2023
  • Critics’ Circle announces National Dance Awards winners
  • The Sarasota Ballet makes last-minute season changes
  • Audiences return to China’s concert halls as lockdowns ease

Cover feature/Research

  • The numbers are in, and they’re pretty grim: New York and Los Angeles’ theatre economies have been decimated by a perfect storm of Covid lockdowns, soaring inflation, stagnating wages, staff shortages and more. Is there any cause for optimism?


  • Michael Duffy is the Cheltenham Music Festival’s ambitious new head of programming – he shares his thoughts on, and vision for, this key cultural event, which celebrates the new and contemporary and the local community

Competitions update

  • The latest winners of the most presitgious competions unveiled


  • Two pages of who’s moving, and to where