Events

ATCANY2022 | New York annual meeting sites and programs being finalized

After many months of planning, ATCA will gather in New York City Friday November 11 -- Sunday November 13, with a full weekend of programming and events that include access to Broadway and Off Broadway shows. The dedicated eight-member conference committee is working with producers and...

ATCANY2022 | ATCA “Reseated and In Person” to be historic New York annual meeting

ATCANY2022 Reseated and In Person ATCA will hold its annual meeting Reseated and In Person in New York City November 11-13, 2022. This will be the first time that ATCA members have convened in the same physical space since Fall 2019, and will be the first...

ATCA Connects highlights podcasting in May 24, 2022 session

ATCA's ongoing Zoom event series will next focus on the art and practice of podcasting. On March 24, 2022 in yet another members-only event, Executive Committee member Elizabeth Kramer will moderate a conversation with three people working in podcasting from around the country and from...

ATCA Connects conversation April 19, 2022 to explore the career of Robert Falls

Robert Falls The April 2022 ATCA Connects conversation will honor a long-standing career that capture three decades of a great theater town's great theater. On April 19, 2022 at 8pm Eastern, the next ATCA Connects session will feature a conversation between Robert Falls, the outgoing artistic...

ATCA Connects programming on March 15, 2022 explores theater newsletters

Over the past few decades, theater criticism has moved from newspapers and magazines to blogs, social media, video and more. This month's topic for the splendid series of on-line programming developed by ATCA committees over the past year is newsletters. Lindsay Christians by Maureen Janson...

ATCA Connects programs continue January 18, 2022 with a BEID regional theater case study

COVID afforded theaters an opportunity to pause and re-evaluate their policies, procedures and productions. For Raleigh Little Theatre, that meant re-examining their annual production of CINDERELLA. What happened next is a testament to what happens when you engage the community in conversation, listen, and commit to...

ATCA Connects session on nonprofit arts journalism

The American Theatre Critics Association’s Conference & Event committee will hold a virtual event on nonprofit arts journalism Tuesday, April 27, 2021 starting at 8 pm EDT / 5 pm PT. As arts coverage continues to dwindle in daily newspapers and mainstream media — a situation...

#ATCA2020 highlights art and activism

ATCA is making history November 13-15, 2020 by holding its first truly national conference, and holding it online. Unbound by geography, we will be tied together by Zoom and our common interests in theater and the creative people who make it. ATCA2020: The Next Normal, our...

The future of Broadway and touring at #ATCA2020

Brian Moreland Broadway is dark and will not open until June — at the earliest. So how are commercial producers of New York and touring shows  coping, dealing, strategizing and planning during this pandemic? What are they anticipating for the future? How are they holding their...

ATCA goes to the movies at The Next Normal

https://vimeo.com/460246713 On the heels of its world premiere at the Austin Film Festival, the documentary “Horton Foote: The Road to Home” will be presented at the 2020 ATCA convention on Friday, November 13 at 7 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. The 75-minute film chronicles the career the Pulitzer Prize-winner...