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The StageSource Theater Conference biennially convenes hundreds of actors, directors, designers, playwrights, production and administrative personnel and theater enthusiasts from the region to consider issues facing Boston area theater, explore opportunities and confront challenges, and celebrate theater. With a keynote by Julie Burros and workshop tracks for all kinds of theater artists, this conference will explore the question: Who are we?: How do we tell our stories differently?

6/7/2015
When: Sunday, June 7, 2015
From 8:30AM until 8:00PM
Where: Boston Opera House
539 Washington Street
Boston, Massachusetts  02111
United States
Presenter: StageSource


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The StageSource Theater Conference biennially convenes hundreds of actors, directors, designers, playwrights, production and administrative personnel and theater enthusiasts from the region to consider issues facing Boston area theater, explore opportunities and confront challenges, and celebrate theater. With a keynote by Arts & Culture Chief of Boston, Julie Burros, and workshop tracks for all kinds of theater artists, this conference will explore the question:

 

 

Who are we?: 

How do we tell our stories differently?

 

June 7, 2015 

8am-8pm

Boston Opera House

 

$30/Members

$50/Non-Members *sign up for a "Non-Member Event Attendee" Membership!

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Who Are We?

StageSource was founded almost 30 years ago, and as we near that anniversary, it is time to take a moment and consider, as a community, “Who Are We?” Who, or what, is the New England theater community? Who are we as artists? Who are we as individuals? What are our core values? What is our path moving forward? The StageSource Theater Conference will tackle these conversations at the conference, giving us an opportunity to have community wide impact, while also recognizing the role of the individual in the community. Who Are We? Let’s talk about that, together.

 

Conference: What to Expect

The day will start with a Keynote Speech by Julie Burros, our new chief of Arts & Culture in Boston, followed by a panel discussion surrounding the new initiatives in the Boston and New England Theater sector and the opportunity to discuss the way we, as StageSource, tell the StageSource story through the lens of the theater community ("Telling the StageSource Story" with David Dalena).  We'll have lunch-time break-out sessions and discussions to accompany your box lunch (which you can purchase in advance from StageSource).  The afternoon is where things really get hopping and this is where you'll choose your Workshop Track.  You can choose from 4 pre-grouped workshop tracks geared toward different groups of people (Actors, Playwrights, Theater Organizations, Theater Enthusiasts), or choose workshops ala carte!  The conference will end with a reception and kick-off party for StageSource's 30th Birthday!

Come celebrate StageSource with our whole community! 

 

The Schedule: (FULL SCHEDULE AT www.stagesource.org/stc15)

8am-9am   Registration

9-9:45 - Intro & Keynote (by Julie Burros - Boston's New Arts & Culture Chief)

11-12 - New Initiatives in the Theater Sector

12-12:30 - Telling the StageSource Story with David Dalena

12:45-1:45 - Lunch ($10 Box Lunch available during registration)

2-4:45- Breakout Sessions/Workshops

4:45-5 - Recap

5:00-8 - Reception / Happy Birthday, StageSource!

 

 

Workshop Tracks:

Actors: We’re planning several workshops just for actors, to help you tell your own story more effectively – plus you’ll have a chance to network with producers and directors from all around the area.

Playwrights/Directors: Playwrights and directors will have a session devoted to working with new work, and the return of our popular playwright/director “speed dating” session where playwrights can practice telling their stories and refining their pitches.

Theater Orgs & Freelance Producers: For theater organizations, there are tracks for marketing and development, including a session on crafting messages to appeal to audiences and funders, a panel dealing with new techniques for fundraising, and the latest approaches for putting butts in seats.

Theater Enthusiasts: Theater professionals and theater lovers alike will have the chance to hear from the state’s cultural leaders, get the lowdown on important initiatives involving diversity and inclusion, and meet others who love theater as much as you do!

 

 

 

Sound good?  Sign up! Tickets are $30 for Members and $50 for Non-Members*

 

If you have a disability and require accommodation in order to fully participate in this activity, please email info@stagesource.org. You will be contacted by someone from our staff to discuss your specific needs.
ASL Interpreter or CART requests need to be submitted by May 15th to allow time to secure those services.

 

 

*Non-members, you must sign up for the "Non-Member Event Attendee" membership - it's free and lasts for 90 days!

 

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