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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