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Register before October 7th and avoid the $20 Late Registration Fee.

Darko Tresnjak

Darko Tresnjak, TONY Award winning director, will be attending to accept this year's NETC Elliot Norton Major Award.

James Patrick Kelly

James Patrick Kelly, Hugo Award (Science Fiction) winning author, has had his quirky and fantastic plays performed throughout the U.S. He will be discussing his work with the theater of the fantastic on Saturday, October 21.

Convention 2017

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October 20–22, 2017

Theatre: Challenging Boundaries

Cromwell Radisson
Cromwell, Connecticut

Ask for special NETC room rates of $119. Up to four in a room.

Call Now! 860-635-2000

To get the special hotel rate, you must book your room by Sunday, September 24

High School Theatre Olympiad - Information & Registration

Download the Information & Registration Package for the 2017 Theatre Olympiad for High School Students. (Posted: September, 29, 2017)

Preliminary Schedule

Download the Preliminary Schedule for the 2017 NETC Convention. (Posted: September, 20, 2017. Subject to updates and changes.)

Forthcoming Workshops!

Download the List of Workshops scheduled for the 2017 NETC Convention. (Posted: August, 14, 2017. Subject to updates and changes.)

Exhibitor and College Fair Registration

Download the Exhibitor and College Fair Registration Form.

Reserve your space now to participate in the Exhibition and College Fair.

Exhibition: Friday and Saturday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

College Fair: Friday, 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

NETC The New England Theatre Conference is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing its members with professional services, career development, and recognition awards in the live theater arts. Serving Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont, NETC proudly supports quality theatre and promotes excellence in all divisions of theatre. A recognized voice for practitioners in youth, secondary, university, community and professional theatre, NETC continues to expand its support of New England theatre in addition to nurturing and promoting new theatre activity.

Founded in 1952 by the legendary Boston drama critic Elliot Norton who believed that theatre activists had much to offer one another, NETC was established as the place to learn and share that knowledge. From this simple premise NETC has grown into a dynamic force in New England theater