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Association for Theatre in Higher Education

April 2017

2017 ATHE Annual Conference Exhibit, Advertising, and Sponsorship Opportunities

Looking for some visibility for your program, product or service?

The ATHE Annual Conference in Las Vegas (August 3-6) will be upon us soon! ATHE has a few great opportunities for you to get your message out including advertising, exhibit space and conference sponsorships.

Get all the details here ➜

See you in Las Vegas!

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Theatre Journal

Issue 69.1 March 2017

2CV Théâtre: Transgression, Nostalgia, and the Negative Space of French Street Theatre,” by David Calder

“An Algerian in Paris: Habib Benglia’s The Emperor Jones,” by Katie N. Johnson

“Mostly Young Women with Quite Traditional Tastes: Empirical Evidence for National Contemporary Audiences of Xiqu,” by Josh Stenberg and Jason J. P. Cai

“The Captain in LA: Reza Abdoh’s Bricolage and the Rise of Neoliberalism,” by Guy Zimmerman

The issue is rounded out by a book review essay (“Dance Dramaturgy in Theory and Practice,” by Ariel Nereson), in addition to performance reviews and book reviews.

For video material, data, and images, to accompany the essays in this issue click here ➜

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Attn: Theatre Professors

Re: Hoenig Theatre Artists Scholarship

Students can apply for a $3,000 scholarship in the second semester or third quarter of their junior year. Last year four awards were given to total $9,000.

This is a theatre artists award, so encourage actors, directors, designers and theatre management students to apply.

The award will be given in the Fall of their senior year in college to get them started in the business.

More information at hoenigactorsfund.org ➜

Applications due by June 30, 2017


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VASTA Hosts KCACTF Award

Each regional competition in the Kennedy Centre American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) has seen VASTA awarding a Vocal Excellence Certificate to one performer who has shown excellence in vocal work, enhancing character and promoting audience engagement. At the upcoming finals in Washington, Kim Bey, of Howard University, will be conducting a workshop in voice and text, and then will judge the national winner of the VASTA Vocal Excellence Award. VASTA is excited to participate in these festivals each year, promoting passionate, lively and expressive voice work that deepens the theatrical experience for all.

Click here for more information about these awards ➜

Also a quick reminder the VASTA Conference this summer is in Singapore - The Art of Storytelling. Go to VASTA.org for more details.

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