StateraCon Speaker Line-Up Has Something for Everyone - What's on your list?

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There is something for everyone at Statera’s 3rd National Conference on gender balance in the theatre. This year, Statera is partnering with Renaissance Theaterworks and the University of Milwaukee, WI Peck School of the Arts to host the largest gathering in the organization’s history.

TOUCHSTONE SPEAKERS

Statera, which has always had a strong focus on women in leadership, has announced four incredible touchstone speakers: Hana S. Sharif, Gail Barringer, Nataki Garrett, and Simeilia Hodge-Dallaway. All four are highly accomplished leaders, blazing new paths to success and acheivement for women in the theatre and film industries.

  Hana S. Sharif , Associate Artistic Director of Baltimore Center Stage, and newly named Artistic Director of Repertory Theatre St. Louis

Hana S. Sharif, Associate Artistic Director of Baltimore Center Stage, and newly named Artistic Director of Repertory Theatre St. Louis

  Nataki Garrett , Director and Former Associate Artistic Director of DCPA

Nataki Garrett, Director and Former Associate Artistic Director of DCPA

  Gail Barringer , Producer of Episodic TV including Law & Order SVU, The Punisher, Person of Interest, and Luke Cage

Gail Barringer, Producer of Episodic TV including Law & Order SVU, The Punisher, Person of Interest, and Luke Cage

  Simeilia Hodge-Dallaway , Founder and CEO of Artistic Directors of the Future

Simeilia Hodge-Dallaway, Founder and CEO of Artistic Directors of the Future

Conference attendees will be able to choose from a mind-boggling variety of topics and speakers. Conference organizers have broken these into four and five block sessions so that conference goers can choose their own track based on their trajectory in the industry (ie. Directors, Administrators, Academics, Designers, Actors, Playwrights, Audience Engagement, Social Justice Action, etc.) Take a look at the array of breakout sessions below and plan your weekend!

BREAKOUT SESSIONS

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2018

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2018

 

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2018

PERFORMANCES

Statera also has two performances scheduled for conference attendees. The first is a world premier of Christine Jugueta’s musical play, The Red Thread. The second is Charlayne Woodard’s masterpiece, NEAT, performed by Milwaukee’s own Marti Gobel.

THE RED THREAD

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4TH AT 7PM - UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, MILWAUKEE

a play by Christine Jugueta

directed by Jacqueline Stone

NEAT

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6TH AT 7PM - UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, MILWAUKEE

a play by Charlayne Woodard
directed by Suzan Fete
starring Marti Gobel

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There is still time to register for Statera’s National Conference. Late registration is $275 for the whole weekend and will be available until all slots are filled.