2014 New York Conference


Magic Behind the Curtain

Explore the revitalization of the 42nd Street theatre district

May 15, 2014, 
New Amsterdam Theatre
214 W 42nd St, New York, NY 10036

What's New?  
- Workshop Approved for 6 HSW Learning Units


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The Retail and Entertainment Knowledge Community (REKC) 2014 Conference is being held in New York City.  This year's conference will examine how entertainment architecture, specifically theatre and performing arts venues, have been instrumental in revitalizing a critical urban district – 42nd Street, from a derelict area back into a vital and vibrant entertainment district and international tourism draw.

 

Join the REKC conference May 15, 2014 to tour the New Amsterdam and Nederlander Theatres, meet some of the key people responsible for the dramatic (urbanistically and theatrically) renaissance of 42nd Street theatre district.  Discuss the urban planning impact of these initiatives, how and why they were successful in revitalizing this area, and what lessons we can bring home to our communities.  As an added benefit, take advantage of pre-sale pricing for tickets to see Aladdin at the New Amsterdam Theatre, and close the evening with a special reception to meet and talk with some of the speakers as well as theatre folks in a ‘wrap’ party for the conference.



 




In coordination with:
   Spring Conference May 15-18, New York, New York


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Schedule at a Glance

Registration Details

Scholarships Application (PDF)

Hotel and Travel

Sponsorship Prospectus (PDF)

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Registration Rates

Save $50. Register before March 31st.


Day Conference

Early Bird
Ends March 31

AIA Member


$300

Non-Member


$400




Evening
Special Event



Disney’s Aladdin:
Broadway’s Musical



$95


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There is limited space for the conference and show. Tickets are first-come, first-served.


Attendees may earn up to 6 HSW LUs.


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