#BTC11 Isn’t Over

This was cross posted on the Boston Theatre Conference blog.

The conference itself is over, sure. But the conversation, and the work, continues.

First of all, thank you to everyone who came to the conference, participated, ran a break out, sat on a panel, volunteered, worked (for months) on the committee and participated virtually. As you all know, a conversation started on Sunday, with Chef Lynch’s speech and the panel. And then on Monday afternoon, after some very productive lunch discussions, the conversation continued, and morphed into ideas that are going to be hashed out in working groups. And finally, Michael Maso provided some context, and inspiration, in his closing address.

Though I started at StageSource on February 7, I feel as though my first day was last Tuesday, the day after the conference. I was both exhausted and exhilarated. Mostly exhilarated. And the feedback I’ve been getting this past week has fueled more ideas.

We will be posting some of the information from the conference (including reports from breakouts, my speech, Michael Maso’s speech and information about work groups). And we will continue to use the #BTC11 hashtag on Twitter to share ideas, or keep the conversation moving.

I am so thrilled to be working at StageSource during this exciting time. And I look forward to working with all of you.


About JH Authors

As Julia Henry, she writes the Garden Squad series for Kensington. PRUNING THE DEAD debuts the series in February 2019. As J.A. Hennrikus, she writes the Theater Cop series for Midnight Ink. Next up: WITH A KISS I DIE, April 2019. As Julianne Holmes she wrote the Clock Shop Mystery series for Berkley. She tweets her writing life as @JHAuthors, and her other life as @JulieHennrikus. She is on Instagram as @JHAuthors. Her website is jhauthors.com, and she blogs with WickedAuthors.com and KillerCharacters.com.
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