Gail Burns in Gail Sez writes about theatre in the Berkshires of western Mass and adjacent areas of Vermont and NY.
Mike and Laura Clark edit ShowBizRadio.net covering all types of theatre in Washington DC, Baltimore, and St. Louis including reviews, interviews, as well as audition and performance calendars.
Karen D’Souza writes reviews, features and blog for the San Jose Mercury News.
Randy Gener blogs on arts, culture and world theater in In the Theater of One World.
Michael Grossberg writes on theater, comedy and the arts in Theater Talk, for the Columbus Dispatch.
Jay Handelman writes News, reviews and opinion for the Sarasota Herald Tribune.
Pam Harbaugh’s blog Extreme Culture offers reviews, commentary and links, in the Gannett daily Florida Today.
Lou Harry writes Lou Harry’s A&E: opinion, debate and discussion on arts and entertainment for the Indianapolis Business Journal.
Brad Hathaway’s “Theater Shelf: CDs, DVDs and Books for the Theater Lover” runs on multiple websites each week. You can find the latest column here: BradHathaway.Com.
Bill Hirschman is editor, chief critic and reporter for Florida Theater On Stage.
Damien Jaques writes about theatre for OnMilwaukee.com, Milwaukee.
Chris Jones writes reviews, interviews and commentary for Theater Loop at the Chicago Tribune.
Katherine Luck writes news and reviews of theatre in Seattle, Portland, and around the Puget Sound at Pacific NW Theatre.
Andrew McGibbon writes Theatre Opinion, News and Information in TheAndyGram, based in NYC.
Rick Pender edits The Sondheim Review, a quarterly dedicated to the musical theatre’s foremost composer and lyricist.
Joe and Ann Pollack write St. Lous Eats and Drinks with Joe and Ann Pollack: food, wine, shops, travel, reading, movies and theater in St. Louis.
Martha Wade Steketee writes reviews, interviews, and commentary on Broadway, Off Broadway, regional theatre, and film for Urban Excavations in New York City.
Tim Treanor is the Senior Reviewer for DC Theatre Scene, Washington, D.C.
Everyone’s a critic — but only the pros get to be ATCA members.
* Index to other regional theater awards, click here.
* Chicago (23 publications)
ATCA’s confidential recommendation for the Regional Theater Tony Award has been conveyed to the Tony Administration Committee. Expect an announcement when the Tony nominations are announced. For background on the award, click here.
“Jobbing in artists, short rehearsals, top-down administration, black history month diversity, chatting with a guest artist on the first day of rehearsal and again at the cast party, choosing the project or playwright the Times singled out last season—these are not the same as putting our methodology where our mouth is, believing that the way we work, the structures we create, the means to fulfilling our missions are as value laden, as important, as artistic, as what lands on our stages.” — Todd London, “One for all and all for one and every man for himself,” HowlRound, 3/27/13
RFor the recent John Lahr-Charles McNulty (et al) debate, read here, with relevant links.
* Previous Pull Quotes are ASSEMBLED HERE.
ATCA members: Send us material for the Members’ Milestones page.
2013 ANNUAL CONFERENCE
CATF, Shepherdstown, WV
July 17-21 — Details here
Tim Treanor, Chair
2013 WEEKEND CONFERENCE
March 21-24, 2013
Lou Harry, Chair
2012 WEEKEND MEETING
Colorado New Play Summit
Denver Center Theatre Company, Feb 10-12, 2012
2011 ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Ashland, Oregon July 6-10, 2011
Chris Rawson, Chair
2010 ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, Waterford, Conn.
Chris Rawson, Chair
Check out: ATCA Blog — scroll back for accounts of ATCA/Ashland, ATCA/O’Neill, more on the Pulitzer controversy, also from Humana and Denver festivals