Events

In Philadelphia Congress assembled, Day 4

It was a two-play day (The Octoroon at the Wilma and Sex with Strangers at the Philadelphia Theatre Company, for most), following a busy membership meeting in the morning. There, the following new excom members were elected: to regular three-year terms, Bill Hirschman, Plantation, FL; Susan Cohn, San Mateo, CA; and Kerry  Reid,...

More day three . . .

Three conference chairs: Robert Sokol (next year, San Francisco), Alan Smason (last year, New Orleans) and Howie Shapiro (this year, right now, Philadelphia). And most of this year’s conference, on Friday at the (well, just where were we Friday? … it’s a bit of a buzz)....

Day three in Philadelphia

The day began with a productive membership meeting in which, among much else, we broadened the criteria for memberhip to admit those writing about theater without necessarily doing traditional reviews. Barbara Bannon presented the 2015 Primus Prize (check, plaque, letter from Barry Primus) to Sharyn Rothstein, who made...

ATCA/Philly, day two

Charles McMahon, Lantern Theater Membership meeting in the morning, then on to the Kimmel Center and artistic director Jay Wahl (curator, Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts). In the afternoon, at the Lantern Theater, where we were welcomed by artistic director Charles McMahon on the set of As You Like It. Diep Tran The...

Up and running . . . .

ATCA/Philly got underway yesterday with dinner and a show at the Arden Theatre — August Wilson’s Two Trains Running — followed by a quick talk about Wilson’s Pittsburgh connections by Chris Rawson of that city, and then by drinks and a first-ever ATCA “review slam,” at least for those with...

ATCA-Philadelphia almost here

Our Daumier critic is so jazzed (about the Philadelphia conference opening in a few days) that he brings new meaning to the word clapper. ...

Last chance to register for ATCA/Philly/16

Jam-packed schedule;lots of friends;great city;plays galore;much to learn (deductible!).Click here now. ...

Registration now open for Philadelphia conference, April 6-10

(Note ATCA’s Daumier critic as the clapper of the Liberty Bell — painful, perhaps, but a pretty good metaphor for criticism!) It took a while to get the bells and whistles aligned (tuned?), but you can now get aboard the Philly express. Why wait? Click here! to see...

ATCA meets today in NYC

Today (Thursday) the excom meets, and tomorrow the rest, with a full day of panels and discussions. (Schedule here; doubtless there have been changes.) The Sardi’s with the Stars luncheon follows on Saturday and there’s many a play to see… . If one of us...

You can still register for NYC conference, Nov. 13-15

Use this link or the one in the right-hand column....