The League typically hosts two regional conferences each year, one in the spring and one in the fall, in different locations across the United States. Regional conferences provide intensive, intimate professional development and networking experiences, and the condensed format fits into participants' busy schedules. Members of the League's national Board of Directors act as the conference presenters and share practical and pertinent insights based on their experiences as leaders in the historic theatre field.
Typical conference topics include: The Historic Theatre Advantage; Making the Case for Investment; Raising Capital Campaign Money; Film Presentation 101: Programming, Promotion and Projection; Writing Contracts, Operations Basics; Maximizing Concession Profits; Marketing Q & A; Responsibilities of Nonprofit Boards; Historic Theatre Renovation 101; Reducing Risk and Other Insurance Issues.
2018 Spring Regional Conference Gettysburg, PA
April 10-11, 2018
Hosted by and Held at Gettysburg College's Majestic Theater.
This conference is supported in part by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.
Following its quarterly board meeting, the League's National Board of Directors is hosting a 1.5 day Regional Conference to discuss historic theatre best practices from around the nation.
In addition to networking with LHAT Board members, participants are attending engaging educational sessions that provide practical and pertinent insights led by the leaders in the field of historic theatre restoration, renovation and maintenance as well as theatre operations and fundraising.
ALMOST SOLD OUT! Only a handful of seats remain for the Gettysburg conference. If you want to attend, please register right away to ensure you will have a seat.
Registrations will be accepted on a first come, first served basis until all seats have been filled. Registrations will not be counted until they are fully paid, and registrations from Pennsylvania theatres will receive priority since the conference is being supported in part by the PA Council on the Arts.
Because space is limited and registrations will not be counted until they are fully paid, we recommend you pay by credit card (email, phone or fax) rather than mailing a check.