2014 - New York


Image © Marley White.
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nycgo.com

The 38th Annual Conference
and Theatre Tour

Today's New York

July 16 - 19, 2014

2014 Annual Conference

In the city that never sleeps, neither did we!

With over 30 educational sessions, 17 theatre tours - including a ghost tour - and more networking opportunities than ever before, the National Conference July 16-19 in New York City was the largest and most important gathering in League history.

Our educational program this year included special intensive tracks for marketing and fundraising as well as sessions on restoration, safety, technology and programming along with important case studies of best practices from around the nation. In total, we had more than 35 hours of historic theatre education - truly something for everyone.

Our Keynote speaker was Karen Brooks Hopkins, President of the Brooklyn Academy of Music, our nation's oldest performing arts center.

Disney, Nederlander and Shubert, our national partners, were joined by Jujamcyn in opening the doors of America's premiere Broadway theatres including discounts to shows and even a late-night ghost tour and Ziegfeld Follies costume viewings. We even had a special group photo in the middle of Times Square on the world renowned red steps, reserved just for LHAT!

After touring Brooklyn Academy of Music, we were among the first to see the nearly completed - and truly magnificent - renovation of the Kings Theatre.

Attendees had an opportunity to visit the Apollo, Lincoln Center, Radio City, Walter Kerr, New Amsterdam, Belasco, Richard Rogers and witnessed the presentations of the 2014 Awards for Outstanding Historic Theatre and Outstanding Individual Contribution at New York City Center, winner of last year's Outstanding Historic Theatre Award.

More than 45 exhibitors shared their latest products and services representatives from with more than 115 different historic theatre organizations across the United States and Canada.

Thank you to the more than 375 people who attended and contributed to the success of the League's 38th Annual Conference & Theatre Tour in New York City!

It was the largest and most important event in LHAT history!

View photos from the New York Conference on our Facebook and Flickr pages.





 Al Hirschfeld Theatre
Al Hirschfeld Theatre courtesy of Jujamcyn Theaters
Apollo Theatre
Apollo Theatre © Shahar Azran
Belasco Theatre
Belasco Theatre © Whitney Cox
BAM Fisher
BAM Fisher © Francis Dzikowski/ESTO
Gershwin Theatre
Gershwin Theatre courtesy of
the Nederlander Organization
BAM Harvey Theate
BAM Harvey Theater
© Elena Olivio
BAM Howard Gilman Opera House
BAM Howard Gilman Opera House © Peter Mauss/ESTO
Kings Theatre Rendering
Kings Theatre Rendering courtesy of
Martinez + Johnson Architecture
Lincoln Center for the Performing Art
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts © Joe Buglewicz.
Courtesy of
NYCgo.com
New Amsterdam Theatre
New Amsterdam Theatre courtesy of Disney Theatrical
New York City Center
Courtesy of the New York City Center
Radio City Music Hall
Courtesy of the Radio City Music Hall
Richard Rodgers Theatre
Richard Rodgers Theatre courtesy of
the Nederlander Organization
United Palace
Courtesy of the United Palace
Walter Kerr Theatre
Walter Kerr Theatre courtesy of
Jujamcyn Theaters
Winter Garden Theatre
Winter Garden Theatre courtesy of
the Shubert Organization