Updates and milestones from the AMS team.
AMS sets the stage for the operations, market analysis, and feasibility of the new facility.
AMS supports a three-year initiative on theater audiences.
A new venue to savor in wine country opens its doors, with the help of AMS.
Monday, September 3, marked the 24th anniversary of the launch of AMS Planning & Research Corp.
Danielle Boyke brings business, analysis, and theater experience to the AMS team.
Join our team to make a difference in arts, culture, and entertainment.
AMS' founding principal details the impact of arts and culture on jobs and the economy in Fairfield County.
The League of Historic American Theatres keynote explores leadership in the 21st Century.
Scholarship supports an emerging leader's participation at the Americans for the Arts Conference.
Contact us for information on the PAC Stats Salary Survey.
AMS Planning & Research is pleased to announce our partnership with Theatre Communications Group, to explore and expand a new generation of audience engagement efforts for American theater.
Our congratulations to Las Vegas' new cultural landmark!
AMS plays a role in what's next for New York theater.
AMS explores the impact of dance ensembles on international diplomacy.
Our Project Manager moves to an important leadership position in the theater world.
International conference gathers researchers, policy makers, practitioners, and students.
AMS founding Principal Steven Wolff brought insights from the North American cultural industries to Australia this October through a series of public talks. Among other venues, he presented a keynote in Melbourne on October 20, 2011, exploring the evolution of performing...
Positive opinions by the press, by the community, and by civic leaders mark the launch of this new facility.
Helena Fruscio receives the first scholarship award.
AMS Project Manager, Lynette Turner, attended the 2011 TCG National Conference, held in Los Angeles, in June 2011. The conference celebrated the organization's 50th anniversary and over 1,000 people are reported to have attended. The conference, called "What If", was...