FDA News

We are always working on new projects and trying to support the field in a variety of ways, and some of our completed work finds itself in the news. These are the latest stories.

2023-2024 Cultural and Performing Arts Insights

We often like to reflect on the past 12 months of achievements, innovations, and the state of design for cultural and performing arts venues. These insights reflect the changing needs and preferences of the artists, audiences, venue managers and operators, as well as the observations of those of us in the industry tasked with conceiving and developing these beautiful spaces.

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The Gardens of Anuncia | Lincoln Center | Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater

Lincoln Center Theater (under the direction of André Bishop) is pleased to announce the New York premiere of The Gardens Of Anuncia. The musical is inspired by the early life story of Graciela Daniele, who also directed and co-choreographed the work, with book, music, and lyrics by Michael John LaChiusa.

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FDA features Public Works at ITEAC 2023

Theatre Consultant Joshua Dachs presents the work of Public Works (New York) in community outreach and involvement — Theaters around the world are urgently exploring how to reach new audiences, and engage with communities who haven’t been touched by theatre before. PublicWorks exemplifies these efforts on a scale rarely seen before.

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Celebrating Cathleen Bachman

FDA is delighted to announce that Cathleen Bachman has joined Joe, Bob, Peter, and Josh as a Principal of FDA. Her work has always been outstanding, and her role leading our communication with clients and collaborators has been steadily expanding. Please join us in congratulating Cathy!

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Charting a New Course for Arts Centers Across the World

The National Arts Club presents a conversation on the future of the world’s arts centers. Alex Sarian, CEO of Arts Commons—the largest arts venue in Western Canada, leads a discussion with architects and designers Marianne McKenna (KPMB, Toronto), Wanda Dalla Costa (Tawaw, Phoenix), and Joshua Dachs (Fisher Dachs Associates, New York City) about how the largest cultural infrastructure project in recent Canadian history can chart a new course for the arts across the world.

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