Events

New Orleans conference schedule

Click below for the fullest schedule.New Orleans ATCA Conference ScheduleMarch 25-29, 2015 PLEASE NOTE: buses are not allowed in the French Quarter. Transport to/from venues within the Quarter is by taxicab, Pedi cab or on foot and is not arranged or provided by the Conference. Blocks in the...

Hedy Weiss, perspectives in criticism speaker for 2015

It is with great pleasure that I announce that our 2015 “Perspectives in Criticism” keynote speaker will be my Chicago colleague, Hedy Weiss, one of the nation’s senior theatre critics and certainly one of the most feisty. Hedy has been covering theatre, dance and the arts...

Latest schedule for New Orleans

Please register for hotel rooms NOW! Our deadline for booking rooms is Feb. 22! At last check, only a few rooms remain guaranteed for Wednesday night and once the deadline is past, the cost for a one night stay will go up appreciably. To make...

ATCA/New Orleans conference 2015: register now!

NEW: FOR LATEST SCHEDULE FOR NEW ORLEANS, click here. .Register now for March 25-29: info here. Or visit New Orleans Convention & Visitors Bureau micro-site. Or go right to the ATCA registration page. Questions to host Alan Smason. NOTE THAT OUR SPECIAL HOTEL RATE IS GOOD ONLY UNTIL FEB. 22. Warm...

New Orleans details from conference chair

Brochures for the New Orleans conference will be winging their way to ATCA members next week. We have a short window to make bookings (by Feb. 22). The rate of $159 per night is far and above the best rate in town for the French...

Invitation from ATCA chair

Laissez les bontemps rouler! The Big Easy beckons you and it’s open for business — ATCA business! Whether you call it the Crescent City, NOLA, N’Awlins or the Big Easy, you’ll find its French Quarter streets paved with beignets, chicory coffee, Sazeracs, pralines and Hurricanes (the...

Register now for New Orleans conference, March 25-29

Laissez les bontemps rouler at ATCA’s first-ever Annual Conference in New Orleans, one of America’s truly legendary cities. Come for the theatre and the Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival and stay for the voodoo and jazz, French Quarter streets paved with beignets and Sazeracs, vast Mardi Gras warehouses and...

ATCA/New Orleans

Conference chair Alan Smason has unveiled the emblem/logo for ATCA’s New Orleans conference (March 25-29). Watch this space (and your mailbox) for details about hotel, registration, schedule, etc. ...

NY conference pix coming soon

Rob McClure & Wendy RosenfieldJonathan Abarbanel More pix here; more on the way. Happy Thanksgiving! ...

NY conference packed with panels, people, plays

Blythe Danner at Sardi’s For a packet of snippets from the Sardi’s Lunch with the Stars, watch this video of excerpts by Sandi Durell. Here, Tony Danza talks about boxing, teaching, and Arthur Miller. And here, playwright Doug Wright talks about making characters out of real people.   Perspectives in Criticism: playwrights...