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Tuesday, July 31
 

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Wednesday, August 1
 

8:00am

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3:30pm

5:30pm

7:00pm

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Thursday, August 2
 

8:00am

8:30am

9:00am

9:30am

10:00am

11:00am

11:30am

1:30pm

Peter Sellars Live! Lexington, Ballroom Level 'Writing' in the Devising Process: A Workshop on Multiple Techniques for Creating Devised Theatre Thornton C, Eleventh Floor Association for Asian Performance Board Meeting Redwood, Second Floor ATHE Membership Research Group Discussion Offsite - Liaison Hotel, Hub Room, Lobby Level Engage in ATHE: 2012 Conference Orientation Thornton A, Eleventh Floor Interdisciplinary Performance in the Liberal Arts: Challenges, Strategies and Success Stories Grand Teton, Second Floor Modeling Creative Process as Civic Responsibilty Congressional A, Lobby Level Patriotic Dissent as Civic Engagement: Political and Protest Theatre After 9/11 Congressional D, Lobby Level Profiting from Artistry: Using Creative Work in the Tenure and Promotion Process Congressional C, Lobby Level Using Personal Story to Make History Come Alive: WWII from Those Who Were There Regency D, Ballroom Level Visual Dramaturgy Thornton B, Eleventh Floor 'The Revolution will be Streamed': The Performance of Protest in the 21st Century Concord, Ballroom Level Curtains Up 1 (Debut Panel; Session 1 of 2; Joint with ATDS and BTA) Congressional B, Lobby Level Divas, Drums, and Downtown: Queer Theory, Feminism, and Performance in a Post-Feminist Moment Yellowstone, Second Floor Emerging Voices in Theatre History: Theatre History Focus Group Debut Panel Bryce, Second Floor The Musical Marionette: Puppetry, Theory, and Musical Theatre Everglades, Second Floor Theatre and Civic Engagement through High Impact Learning Strategies and Cross Disciplinary Partnerships Yosemite, Second Floor Prosody 400 Regency B, Ballroom Level Refocusing for the Lens: Teaching Acting for the Camera for the Digital Generation Regency C, Ballroom Level 2013 Conference Committee Meeting Glacier, Second Floor Paid Workshop #2 - Synetic Theatre Part 1A Capitol B, Lobby Level

3:15pm

5:00pm

6:00pm

7:15pm

8:00pm

9:00pm

9:30pm

 
Friday, August 3
 

7:15am

8:00am

2013 Conference Planners Meeting #1 Grand Teton, Second Floor Electronic Technology Committee Meeting Concord, Ballroom Level Strategic Planning Committee Meeting Yosemite, Second Floor Professional Development Committee Creative Leadership Task Force Meeting Redwood, Second Floor A Toolkit for the Comedia: Engage Your Community with the Spanish Golden Age Everglades, Second Floor Criticism as Activism Roundtable Series: Promoting Praxis Congressional B, Lobby Level Exploring the Soul of Higher Education Theatre Capitol A, Lobby Level Freeway Fliers, Unite! An Open Forum on the Adjunct Workforce in ATHE and the Academy Congressional C, Lobby Level Incorporating Asian Performance into the General Theater Course Lexington, Ballroom Level Meet the Fellows: The College of Fellows of the American Theatre and Civic Engagement Glacier, Second Floor Teaching Histories of Actor Training: Broadening Awareness of the Various Civic Functions of the Actor. Thornton Lounge, Eleventh Floor Performer Politicians and Politician Performers: From Artist to Activist and Activist to Artist Thornton C, Eleventh Floor Public Performances, Private Matters: Women on the Political Stage Thornton B, Eleventh Floor Theatre and Social Change Debut Panel Bryce, Second Floor Advocating Better Preparation of Stage Directors for Musical Theatre Congressional A, Lobby Level Latina/o Performance: Counteracting Narratives of Legal Marginalization Yellowstone, Second Floor Jane Chambers Play Rehearsal Regency B, Ballroom Level Book and Performance Review Writing Workshop Thornton A, Eleventh Floor Devising Speech Exercises: Making Speech more Accessible for Youth - Cancelled Capitol B, Lobby Level Paid Workshop #2 - Synetic Theatre Part 1B Regency C, Ballroom Level New Play Development Workshop: Rehearsal Part I Regency D, Ballroom Level

9:45am

11:30am

Black Theatre Association Membership Meeting Everglades, Second Floor Directing Program Membership Meeting #1 Yellowstone, Second Floor Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ) Focus Group Membership Meeting Lexington, Ballroom Level Playwrights and Creative Teams (PACT) Focus Group Membership Meeting Concord, Ballroom Level Religion and Theatre Focus Group Membership Meeting Thornton C, Eleventh Floor Senior Theatre and Research Focus Group Membership Meeting Thornton B, Eleventh Floor Theatre as a Liberal Art (TLA) Focus Group Membership Meeting Glacier, Second Floor Theatre History (TH) Focus Group Membership Meeting Thornton A, Eleventh Floor Summit Meeting President's Suite Acting Program Focus Group Meeting Grand Teton, Second Floor American Theatre and Drama Society Membership Meeting Yosemite, Second Floor Intent and Impact of Community-Based Theatre: Advocacy? Collaboration? Education? Congressional A, Lobby Level National Playwriting Program (NPP) of Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival Congressional B, Lobby Level Signs and Community Under the Big Top: Exploring Circus as Civic Engagement Regency B, Ballroom Level Tales From The Trenches: Perspectives on Creating Theatre with LGBTQ and Allied Youth Capitol A, Lobby Level Dissidence and the Politics of Fear: Performing Human Rights in Latin America Congressional C, Lobby Level Engaging Japanese Modernities Bryce, Second Floor Locaturgy--Dramaturging the Local Capitol B, Lobby Level Post Traumatic, Post Colonial, Post Communist: Women Writing and Performing Civic Engagement Regency A, Ballroom Level Rehearsal #2 for Staged Reading of The Force of Habit Thornton Lounge, Eleventh Floor Physical Dramaturgy: Investigating Text and Generating Material Physically, Part 1 Regency D, Ballroom Level DocumentNation Performance Project Rehearsal #3 Regency C, Ballroom Level

1:00pm

1:45pm

Awards Committee Meeting Glacier, Second Floor Adjunct Faculty: Is It a Trend or is it the Future? Congressional A, Lobby Level Advocating and Collaborating through Local Collegiate Partnerships Everglades, Second Floor Criticism as Activism Roundtable Series: Activating Agency Bryce, Second Floor Foundational Documents Session – Dramaturgy Focus Group (DR) Congressional B, Lobby Level The Marriage of Technology, Media and Theatre? Concord, Ballroom Level Theatre Topics Editorial Board Meeting Sequoia, Second Floor Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ) Focus Group Debut Panel Lexington, Ballroom Level Religion and Theatre (RT) Focus Group Emerging Scholars Panel Thornton C, Eleventh Floor The Bruce Kirle Memorial Emerging Scholarship Panel in Music Theatre/Dance (MT/D) Congressional C, Lobby Level The Path to Presence Yellowstone, Second Floor Twentieth Century American Theatre and Drama Thornton A, Eleventh Floor Unsung Heroes: Black Theatre and Activism of the early 20th Century Thornton B, Eleventh Floor Using Theatre to Educate Capitol A, Lobby Level Americans for the Arts Breakout 1 - Tips and Techniques for Advocacy on the Federal Level Grand Teton, Second Floor Americans for the Arts Breakout 2 - Tips and Techniques for Advocacy at the Local, State and Institutional Level Yosemite, Second Floor OWS: A Newspaper Performance Event Regency A, Ballroom Level Physical Dramaturgy: Investigating Text and Generating Material Physically, Part 2 Regency D, Ballroom Level Performance: Jane Chambers Winning Play 2012 Reading Regency B, Ballroom Level Paid Workshop #3 - Sojourn Theatre Regency C, Ballroom Level Workshop with Washington-based Directors Capitol B, Lobby Level

3:30pm

Betraying Artaud: Projects in Actual and Virtual Realities Yellowstone, Second Floor David Goodman, Karen Brazell, and the Modern and Classical Japanese Theatres Concord, Ballroom Level Design, Technology and Management Program of Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) Glacier, Second Floor Documentary Theatre as Civic Engagement Everglades, Second Floor Engaging the 'Classics': Educating Students and Audiences through Performance of Classic Plays Bryce, Second Floor National Partners of American Theatre (NAPAT): Welcome and the Awarded Play-reading, session 1 Regency D, Ballroom Level Teaching Music Theory in the Musical Theatre Program Thornton C, Eleventh Floor What do We Know? Dialogues on Applied Theater Scholarship and Praxis Lexington, Ballroom Level 'Synchronicity': Multi-Sited Performance as Civic Engagement Congressional A, Lobby Level African American Theater and Drama Since 1987, part 1 Thornton B, Eleventh Floor Performance Studies (PSFG) Focus Group Emerging Scholars Panel Congressional C, Lobby Level Staging Latinidad: Reports from the Field Engaging Recent Productions of Latina/o Plays Thornton A, Eleventh Floor Women's Work: Reclaiming a Space for the Forgotten Female Worker in American Theatre History Thornton Lounge, Eleventh Floor, Eleventh Floor Foundational Documents Session - Directing Program Focus Group (DP) Congressional B, Lobby Level Americans for the Arts Breakout 3 - Tips and Techniques for Advocacy on the Federal Level Grand Teton, Second Floor Americans for the Arts Breakout 4 - Tips and Techniques for Advocacy on the State, Local and Institutional Level Yosemite, Second Floor Rehearsal #3 for Staged Reading of The Force of Habit Sequoia, Second Floor Adjudicated Workshop of Debut and Adapted Acting Exercises (AP) Capitol A, Lobby Level

5:15pm

Embodied Research Methods: Proposals and Provocations Yosemite, Second Floor Foundational Documents Session – Religion and Theatre Focus Group (RT): Performing Church and State: 'The Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom' Thornton C, Eleventh Floor National Partners of American Theatre (NAPAT): Welcome and the Awarded Play-reading, session 2 Regency D, Ballroom Level Outlaw Civics, Out Engagements: The LGBTQ Play Festival as a Platform for Advocacy, Collaboration, and Education Congressional C, Lobby Level Playing to the Assessment Crowd: Assessment in the Theatre Program from Course to Curriculum Capitol B, Lobby Level STAGING SEX: The Ins and Outs of Creating Romance on Stage. Capitol A, Lobby Level The Capstone Course/Senior Project: Strategies for Design and Implementation Congressional B, Lobby Level The Theatre Artist as World Citizen: Exploring Study/Work Abroad Requirements for B.F.A. Programs Bryce, Second Floor 'Dramaturgs, Yes We Can!: Using Dramaturgical Skills to Create Leaders, Patriots, and Peacemakers' Thornton B, Eleventh Floor 'Elective Performances': American Theatre in the 21st Century Lexington, Ballroom Level Advocating for the Anti-Glee: Alternative Images of the Musical on Film and Television Grand Teton, Second Floor African American Theater and Drama Since 1987, part 2 Everglades, Second Floor Creating Civic Citizens through Performances of Marginalized Identity, Giving Voice without Fetishization: A Taught Panel Thornton A, Eleventh Floor Performances of Citizenship Concord, Ballroom Level Sometimes A Rainbow: Old, Homeless, and Musical Comedy! Regency C, Ballroom Level Alternatives to Table Talk: Practical Exercises for the Early Stages of Rehearsal Yellowstone, Second Floor Foundational Documents Project Session – Theatre and Social Change Focus Group (TASC) Congressional A, Lobby Level How to teach Alexander Technique Principles Even When You are Not a Certified AT Teacher Thornton Lounge, Eleventh Floor PlayWorks, Part 1: Advocating Performance: Civic Engagement and Hip-hop in the Creation of SMASH/HIT Regency B, Ballroom Level

7:00pm

Two-Year College Program (TYCP) Focus Group Dinner Out! Offsite Collaboration on the Cutting Edge: Teaching and Staging the Contemporary Avant-Garde Grand Teton, Second Floor Collaboratively-Devised Activist Theatre: Exploring the Implementation and Impact of One Devising Methodology in Diverse Contexts, Take 1 Congressional B, Lobby Level Cultivating Theatre/Ecology: Nature: Culture, and the Human Citizen Lexington, Ballroom Level Debating (in)Civility in Social Change Performance Yosemite, Second Floor Demon Guides as Theatre Activists: Discussing the Lessons Learned from a Hell House Outreach Kit Thornton A, Eleventh Floor Foundational Documents Session - Theory and Criticism (TC) Focus Group Thornton C, Eleventh Floor It Takes a Village: The Pleasures and Perils of Academic Parenthood Concord, Ballroom Level Model for Higher Education: The Arena Stage Collaborates and Engages DC Schools to Devise Performance Regency D, Ballroom Level The Most Fabulous Producers: A Re-evaluation of Producers' Innovations and Achievements in American Theatre Thornton Lounge, Eleventh Floor Heart of a Woman Congressional C, Lobby Level Re-mix, Re-use, Re-frame: Strategies for Teaching Hip-Hop Theatre and Teaching Theatre with Hip-Hop. Regency C, Ballroom Level Blue Collars in Ivory Towers Congressional A, Lobby Level Illuminating America: Audiences, Technology and Popular Theatre in the Nineteenth Century Everglades, Second Floor Outlaw Civics, Out Engagements: Outing as Political Performance Yellowstone, Second Floor, Second Floor The National Mall as a Performance Site: Activism, Identity, and Magical Thinking Bryce, Second Floor PlayWorks, Part 2: Advocating Performance: Civic Engagement and Hip-hop in the Creation of SMASH/HIT Regency B, Ballroom Level Experiential Anatomy: Source for Movement Capitol A, Lobby Level Lessac Body Energies in Greek Choral Odes Capitol B, Lobby Level Training Future Teachers with Creative Drama and Arts Integration Courses Thornton B, Eleventh Floor Chairs and Deans Meet and Greet (Offsite) Offsite

10:00pm

 
Saturday, August 4
 

7:15am

8:00am

Women and Theater Program Membership Meeting #1 Regency D, Ballroom Level Black Theatre Network Alliance Meeting President's Suite 'ElderSpeak,' 'The Odyssey,' and How Sociodrama and Theatre Combine to Combat Ageism and Foster Improved Health Care Yellowstone, Second Floor 'My Own Best Friend': The Director/Choreographer as the Ultimate Collaborator Grand Teton, Second Floor American Theatre and Drama Society (ATDS) Past Presidents Talk about Past Accomplishments and Future Goals Congressional B, Lobby Level Metaphors and Discourses of Acting: Creating Room for More Voices at the Civic Table Thornton A, Eleventh Floor Production Assessment as a Means to Advocate for Economic Support of Theatre in Higher Education Regency B, Ballroom Level This is What Democracy Looks Like: Neoliberalism and Performance on the Global Stage Concord, Ballroom Level Why Religion? Why Now? New Directions, Approaches, and Vocabulary for Religion and Theatre Thornton C, Eleventh Floor Michael Rohd and Sojourn Theatre's Town Hall Nation Capitol A, Lobby Level 'The Play's the Thing: Staging Autism Spectrum Disorder in the Theatre of Life Lexington, Ballroom Level Memorializing Dissent Bryce, Second Floor Scripting Latina/o Communities: Fornes' Hispanic Playwrights Laboratory Congressional C, Lobby Level The Actor as Activist in Irish Performance, 1950-Present Everglades, Second Floor The Director as Advocate: Alternative Approaches to Civic Engagement in Production Thornton B, Eleventh Floor Performing LBGTQ Advocacy Regency C, Ballroom Level Rehearsal #4 for Staged Reading of The Force of Habit Thornton Lounge, Eleventh Floor, Eleventh Floor David Mark Cohen Rehearsal Regency A, Ballroom Level East meets West: Drawing from Both Worlds in Actor Movement Training Yosemite, Second Floor Ground, Breath, Speak Congressional A, Lobby Level Moving, Practicing, and Reflecting on Civic Engagement Capitol B, Lobby Level

9:45am

11:30am

Association for Asian Performance (AAP) Focus Group Membership Meeting Bryce, Second Floor Association for Theatre Movement Educators (ATME) Focus Group Membership Meeting #1 Yosemite, Second Floor Dramaturgy (DR) Focus Group Membership Meeting Everglades, Second Floor Latina/o (LFG) Focus Group Membership Meeting Thornton B, Eleventh Floor Music Theatre/Dance (MT/D) Focus Group Membership Meeting Yellowstone, Second Floor Theatre and Social Change (TASC) Focus Group Membership Meeting Grand Teton, Second Floor Theory and Criticism (TC) Focus Group Membership Meeting Lexington, Ballroom Level Two-Year College Program (TYCP) Focus Group Membership Meeting Glacier, Second Floor Acting and Directing Programs of Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) Congressional C, Lobby Level Fulbrights in Theatre--Engaged Reciprocity: How the Fulbright Experience Goes Far Beyond the In-Country Experience Capitol A, Lobby Level New Governing Council Members Orientation President's Suite Pioneering a New Civic Engagement: Women Solo Performers in American Theatre and Popular Entertainment Concord, Ballroom Level The Democratization of the American Actor Regency B, Ballroom Level Appropriation as Advocacy: Strategic Borrowing in the American Avant-Garde, 1960-present Congressional A, Lobby Level Artistry, Pedagogy and History, OH MY!: Graduate Students Advocate For Praxis of Understanding Regency D, Ballroom Level Foundational Documents and Constitutional Enactments: Citizenship, Due Process, and Equal Protection: Performance Studies Focus Group (PSFG) Thornton A, Eleventh Floor Historical and Collective (Counter) Memory in African-American Performances Across Media Thornton A, Eleventh Floor Performance Geographies: Theoretical/Theatrical Approaches To 'Real' Communities Thornton Lounge, Eleventh Floor Feminist Activism and Social Revolutions through Comedy and Laughter Thornton C, Eleventh Floor Advocacy (ADV) Committee Meeting Sequoia, Second Floor New Play Development Workshop: Rehearsal Part II Regency A, Ballroom Level Foundational Documents Performance Rehearsal #4 Regency C, Ballroom Level

1:00pm

1:45pm

Membership and Marketing (MM) Committee Meeting Grand Teton, Second Floor Graduate Student Subcommittee (GSSC) Membership Meeting Glacier, Second Floor Canada's Shaw Festival, the Korean National University of the Arts, the University of Nevada, LasVegas Playwright's Seminar and What do the National Partner's Have to do with all this . . . Engagement... Capitol A, Lobby Level Fresh Print: Notable Books Yellowstone, Second Floor New Histories in Old Archives: A Roundtable on 19th Century American Theatre Bryce, Second Floor Religion and Theatre in the Classroom and in Publication: Establishing the Field and Envisioning the Future Congressional B, Lobby Level Teaching the Design Process in the Liberal Arts Setting: Reaching both Performance and Design Students Concord, Ballroom Level Civic Outlaws in the Modernist Avant-Garde: Figuring [Out] Queerness Ahead of its Time Lexington, Ballroom Level Dramaturgy (DR) Focus Group Debut Panel Thornton C, Eleventh Floor Legal Enactments Yosemite, Second Floor Reshaping the Body Everglades, Second Floor Say What? Explorations in Culture and Language on Stage Congressional C, Lobby Level Staging Women's Civic Engagement: Performing Protest in Classic Plays Capitol B, Lobby Level Theatre in the Digital Humanities: Public Scholarship as Civic Engagement Thornton B, Eleventh Floor Advocating, Collaborating, and Educating in the Digital Age Thornton A, Eleventh Floor Is Voice Training For Actors a Civic Responsibility? Regency D, Ballroom Level Telling Stories: Artistry as Advocacy Thornton Lounge, Eleventh Floor Theatre and Social Change Practitioners Workskhop Regency B, Ballroom Level Staged Reading of David Mark Cohen Award Winning Play Regency A, Ballroom Level Paid Workshop #4 - DNA Works Congressional A, Lobby Level

3:30pm

Singing, Dancing Telling Your Story Congressional B, Lobby Level Playing Shakespeare's Consonants: An Experiential Journey Regency D, Ballroom Level Criticism as Activism Roundtable Series: Crafting Cultural Dialogues Lexington, Ballroom Level Foundational Documents Session: Feminist Foundations: A Discussion of Foundational Documents and the Rights of Women Concord, Ballroom Level Going Digital Native: A Roundtable on Using Electronic Research in the Theatre Classroom Yellowstone, Second Floor Publishing Your First Article: Conversations with Editors Bryce, Second Floor Teaching Leadership and Civic Engagement through Theatre Practice: Theatre Skills as Essential Life Skills Yosemite, Second Floor The Academic as Professional Director: How to Find and Land that Elusive Professional Gig Congressional C, Lobby Level Curtains Up 2 (Debut Panel; Session 2 of 2; Joint with LFG and BTA) Everglades, Second Floor Directing, Kung Fu, and Emerging Museum Theatre Regency B, Ballroom Level Luis Valdez and El Teatro Campesino: A Legacy of Taking Theatre to the People Regency C, Ballroom Level Making Multidisciplinary Theatre Capitol B, Lobby Level Outlaw Civics, Out Engagements Past Positive: Performing and Remembering AIDS after Crisis Thornton C, Eleventh Floor Performative Politics, Passivity, and the Rise of Foodie Culture Thornton A, Eleventh Floor Performing Arbitration: Arbitrating Performance: Ascertaining Truth through Civic and Performance Practice Thornton B, Eleventh Floor Refiguring American Mythologies Grand Teton, Second Floor The Rite of the Butcher: New Directions in Musical Theatre Thornton Lounge, Eleventh Floor, Eleventh Floor Simultaneity in Training: The Michael Chekhov Technique Explored in Collaboration within and across Disparate Disciplines Capitol A, Lobby Level

5:00pm

8:30pm

9:00pm

 
Sunday, August 5
 

7:15am

8:00am

Association for Theatre Movement Educators (ATME) Focus Group Membership Meeting #2 Bryce, Second Floor Black Theatre Alliance (BTA) Focus Group Officers' Meeting Everglades, Second Floor Directing Program (DP) Focus Group Membership Meeting #2 Yellowstone, Second Floor Performance Studies (PSFG) Focus Group Annual Membership Meeting Lexington, Ballroom Level Theatre as a Liberal Art (TLA) Focus Group Membership Meeting Thornton C, Eleventh Floor Theatre Management (TM) Focus Group Membership Meeting Glacier, Second Floor Voice and Speech Trainers Association (VASTA) Focus Group Membership Meeting Thornton B, Eleventh Floor American Theatre and Drama Society (ATDS) Focus Group Membership Meeting #2 Yosemite, Second Floor Criticism as Activism Roundtable Series: Motivating through Media Regency B, Ballroom Level Script Analysis Textbook Roundtable Concord, Ballroom Level The Dramaturgy of Advocacy in the Academy and in the Field Capitol B, Lobby Level Civilians at War: Post-9/11 Theatre and the Performance of Trauma Regency C, Ballroom Level Collaboratively-Devised Activist Theatre: Exploring the Implementation and Impact of One Devising Methodology in Diverse Contexts, Take 2 Congressional A, Lobby Level Critique, Subversion, and Transcendence: Religious Theatre Beyond Traditional Borders and Boundaries Congressional B, Lobby Level Occupation: Performing Cuban, Puerto Rican, and U.S. Latina/o articulations of resistance Congressional C, Lobby Level The Art of the Possible? Critiquing Theatre's Limitations in the Creation of Political and Social Change Capitol A, Lobby Level Who am I? Who shall I be?: Performances of identity in Anglo American Musical Theatre before 1910 Regency D, Ballroom Level Women and Theater Program (WTP) Focus Group Membership Meeting #2 - Planning Thornton A, Eleventh Floor Acting Program (AP) Focus Group Membership Meeting #2 Grand Teton, Second Floor Design and Technology (DT) Focus Group Membership Meeting Glacier, Second Floor Professional Development Committee (PDC) Meeting Bunker Hill, Ballroom Level

9:00am

9:45am

2013 Conference Planners Meeting #2 Grand Teton, Second Floor Chairs and Deans Roundtable Everglades, Second Floor Equal Rights, Civil Rights, Bullying: Using Theatre to Empower Issues Thornton B, Eleventh Floor Kingdom Come: Performing Interfaith Civics in Election-Year America Congressional B, Lobby Level Spotlight on New Works in American Theatre Thornton C, Eleventh Floor The Indispensable Theater Department: Ideas and Strategies for Increasing your Value across Campus Concord, Ballroom Level The Institute for Theatre Journalism and Advocacy of Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) Yosemite, Second Floor Theatre as a Liberal Art (TLA) Focus Group Open Forum Congressional C, Lobby Level Anonymous(ly) Intercultural and Diasporic: Borrowing What Sells from Abroad Lexington, Ballroom Level Chicana/o Docudramas: Challenging Dominant His-stories Regency C, Ballroom Level East European Theatre/Performance, Civic Reform: Performing Community from the Local to the International Thornton A, Eleventh Floor Monuments and Moving Targets: Civic Engagement by Female Performance Artists in the 21st Century Yellowstone, Second Floor Musicals as Intellectual Property Regency B, Ballroom Level Out Engagements with Outlaw Genders Capitol A, Lobby Level The Personal as Activist: Individual Accounts and Public Action in Anti-War Performance Bunker Hill, Ballroom Level Uncanny Medias: Performance/Technology Regency D, Ballroom Level Who's in the Room: Negotiating Communities in Community-Based Theatre Bryce, Second Floor Arab Awakenings: Negotiating Cultural Boundaries in the Middle East Congressional A, Lobby Level Introduction to Meyerhold's Biomechanics Capitol B, Lobby Level

11:30am

 



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