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THEATRES OF REVOLUTION: PERFORMANCE, PEDAGOGY, AND PROTEST

 

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Paid Workshops - Full Descriptions

Excursions/Performances Series - Full Descriptions

 

Conference Rates

Early Bird
May 1 - June 15th

Standard
June 16 - July 30th

One Day

Full Time Member

$350

$370

$355

Part Time Member

$260

$280

$305

Organizational Member

$320

$340

$285

Additional Organizational Member

$330

$350

$295

Student/Retired Member

$170

$190

$240

Adjunct Faculty Member

$170

$190

$210

Nonmember

$450

$490

$400

Partner/Spouse/S.O.

$320

$340

$355

 

Onsite registration is available from July 31 - August 5, 2018. **There will be a $20 administrative fee for all onsite registrations during conference.

Paid Workshops

Paid Workshops - Full Descriptions

Paid Workshop A (#2908)
Third Rail Projects | New York, NY

Jennine Willett
Thursday, August 2
8:00 AM – 11:15 AM

$40 | 30 participants

Paid Workshop B (#2909)
The Theater Offensive | Boston, MA

Sidney Monroe
Thursday, August 2
2:15 PM – 5:00 PM

$35 | 30 participants

Paid Workshop C (#2910)
DAH Theatre | Belgrade, Serbia

Dijana Milošević, Co-Founder and Artistic Director
Friday, August 3
8:00 AM – 11:15 AM

$40 | 25 participants

Paid Workshop D (#2911)
Tectonic Theater Project

Barbara Pitts McAdams
Friday, August 3
3:15 PM – 6:30 PM

$50 | 25 participants

Paid Workshop E (#2912)
Sister Sylvester

Kelsea Martin, Cyrus Moshrefi, Kathryn Karaoglu Hamilton
Saturday, August 4
1:30 PM – 4:45 PM

$35 | 50 participants

Paid Workshop F (#2913)
Tectonic Theater Project Level 2* 

Saturday, August 4
5:00 PM – 6:45 PM (90 mins**)
*limited to participants who have done previous Tectonic "Moment Work" Level 1 with Tectonic Instructors
**please note shorter time

$35 | 25 participants

 

Excursion/Performances

Excursions - Full Descriptions

Excursion/Performance A
Plimoth Plantation & Wampanoag Homesite

Plimoth Plantation through Indigenous Eyes
Conference Committee Coordinator: Bethany Hughes, University of Michigan
Thursday, August 2
8:15 AM – 2:00 PM (approx.)
$55 | 50 participants
Excursion/Performance B
African American Freedom Trail

Conference Committee Coordinator: Monica White Ndounou, Dartmouth College
Friday, August 3
3:15 PM Tour (Part 1*)
6:45 PM Roundtable (Part 2*)
*Attendees may participate in either or both parts
$35 | 40 participants
Excursion/Performance C
Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum

Conference Committee Coordinator: Andrew Gibb, Texas Tech University
Saturday, August 4
1:00 PM Meet at conference hotel; Tour 1:30 PM – 2:45 PM
$22.50, $20.00 seniors, $14.50 students
Excursion/Performance D
History Alive| Salem, MA

Conference Committee Coordinator Megan Shea, New York University
Performance: Cry Innocent
Saturday, August 4
8:30 PM | Conference Hotel
FREE - Registration Required
Excursion/Performance E
Performance: Call Mr. Robeson
Written and Performed by Tayo Aluko, University of Liverpool
Saturday, August 4
9:30 PM | Conference Hotel
FREE - No Registration Required
Excursion/Performance Series Moderated Roundtable
Sunday, August 5
9:45 AM – 11:15 AM | Conference Hotel
FREE - No Registration Required

 

Focus Group Pre-Conference Events

Theatre as a Liberal Art; Two-Year College Program (7504) –
Revolutionizing Our Core Classes

 

Free

Acting, Directing, Design and Technology, ATME,
Interactive Theatre Committee (7505) –
Immersive Theatre: An Ongoing Performance Revolution

 

$25

Association for Asian Performance (7506) –
Association for Asian Performance Pre-Conference

 

$25 Regular
$15 student or retiree
$15 grad student lunch

Women and Theatre Program (7507) – Revolutionary Pedagogy

 

$30 - $50

Dramaturgy (7510) – The Dramaturgy of Boston’s Heritage Trails

 

$25

Performance Studies (7511) – Revolution in Four Acts

 

$30

Latinx, Indigenous and the Americas (LIA),
LGBTQ Theatre as Social Change (TASC) (7513) –
Intersecting Histories, Intersecting Revolutions

 

Free—misc cash fees

Theory & Criticism (7514) – Manifesting Contemplative Teaching:
A Meditation and Yoga Workshop

 

Free

Religion and Theatre, LGBTQ (7515) – Intergenerational Queer Ritual

 

$20

2018 Conference Program

A printed program, PDF program posted online, and mobile app are all included in the registration price this year. If you would prefer to not to receive the printed program, and to view contents (including advertisements) exclusively on the PDF and mobile app, please check the "opt out" box provided for the printed program on the Registration Form. 

Registration Requirement for Presenters

Registration is required for presenters by June 15, 2018.*
*If your institutions operate a funding cycle on a fiscal year basis starting July 1, you may request a three week extension on this requirement by writing to kristym@athe.org.

Black Theatre Network Members

If you are a BTN member and have registered for the 2018 BTN Conference, please send proof of registration to info@athe.org and we will send you the promo code for registration.

ATHE Conference Hotel Information 

For ATHE Conference hotel information please see the following page:

http://www.athe.org/page/2018_conf_hotel

Cancellation Policy

Written cancellation notice must be received via fax, mail, or email by July 16, 2018, to receive a refund, minus a $50 administration fee. No refunds will be given after this date.

Prepayment is required.

Photography, Videography & Audio Release

As part of our mission to provide education, best practices and other information from leaders in their fields, speakers, panelists and audience members should be aware that we may record all, or part, of the events we organize, including comments from speakers, panelists and audience members. The resulting raw and edited materials, including still photographs, video and audio recordings, and associated verbatim transcripts, may be used by ATHE, without restriction, in press releases, white papers, conference collateral, websites and other publications.

By attending our events, you acknowledge that you are in a public place, and that attendees (including ATHE volunteers) may capture your image in photos and videos. Nevertheless, ATHE encourages event attendees to exercise common sense and good judgment, and respect the wishes of other attendees who do not wish to be photographed at events. ATHE uses photos and videos taken at its events for a variety of purposes, including publication on the ATHE website.

If you see any photos or profiles about yourself on the site that you would like removed, please contact us at 800-918-9216.


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