The New England Theatre Conference
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63rd Annual Convention & Festival
The Art of Collaboration
When: October 23—26, 2014
Where: Westford Regency Inn and Conference Center
219 Littleton Road, Route 11, Westford, MA 01886
Activity Proposal Form
for the 2014 NETC Convention.
Please submit by June 30, 2014.
Download the Early Announcement for list of activites and hotel informati
Leonidas A. Nickole Theatre Educator of the Year
This award recognizes excellence in theatre
education at all levels as
-dedication to theatre pedagogy
-innovation in the field, or
-achievement throughout a career.
The award recipient will be recognized with an engraved plaque from
NETC at the awards banquet held during our annual convention.
1. Nomination may be made by any member of NETC.
2. In addition to the nominating letter, two letters of support from
theatre practitioners (who need not be NETC members) must be
3. The letters should provide evidence of distinction in one or more
of the above categories.
The College/University Division administers the award.
Nomination letters should be mailed Mauren McDonnell -- firstname.lastname@example.org
The 52nd Annual Moss Hart Memorial Award
(For full-length plays produced between 9/1/2013-8/31/2014)
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