Keynote Speaker (Since 2011): American Performing Arts Service Organizations (APASO); Canadian Playwrights Guild; University of California/Berkeley Theatre, Dance & Performance Studies Convocation; NoPassport/NYU Gallatin Conference; Theatre Communications Group National Conference, L.A.; Dramatists Guild of America First National Conference; Chicago Theatre Symposium at Columbia College; International Conference on American Drama, Kean University, Virginia Tech, Kansas City Rep, DePaul University Schools of Theatre and Music graduation, and more.
Guest Speaker/Moderator (selected): Dramatists Guild & Society of Directors and Choreographers Public Forum; Seattle Asian Art Museum; WNYC/Greene Space; HBO/Time Warner Creativity Summit, EMCArts Innovation Summit, American Repertory Theatre/Nieman Foundation at Harvard, Center Stage (Baltimore), Actors Theatre of Louisville/Humana Festival, Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, American Theatre Critics Association, National Arts Journalism Program at Columbia University, Soho Rep, New Georges, Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab, New York University Graduate Playwriting, Columbia University Theatre Management Program (graduate), Theatre Communications Group, International Symposium of Critics and Scholars (Novi Sad, Serbia), Baracke Theater (Berlin), German Theatre Abroad (Dusseldorf), Na Zabradli (Prague), New Visions/New Voices (Kennedy Center), Scandinavia House, Barka Theater (Budapest), Summer Play Festival (NYC), New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, A.R.T./NY, Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of America, Theatre Bay Area, Institute for Advanced Theatre Training at Harvard, Sewanee Writers’ Conference, Multi-TRaC (Teen Reviewers and Critics Program/High Five Tickets for the Arts), Clark University, Chicago Dramatists, Ohio University, University of Texas/Austin, PlayPenn, League of Professional Theatre Women, Seattle Children's Theatre, and many more.
Christine sits down to talk stats with three leaders in the theatrical data-gathering space including Todd London. The group discusses whose work gets produced in American theaters and question each other on why keeping track matters. Listen HERE
The Art Part: A Two-Person Theatre Conference
with Todd London and Mark Valdez
“One for All and All for One and Every Man for Himself”
NoPassport Conference Keynote Address
I Don't Want to Talk About Innovation
National Innovation Summit for Arts & Culture on October 21, 2013 at the History Colorado Center in Denver, CO.
2011 DGA National Conference Keynote
Dramatists Guild of America National Conference in Washington, DC.
Panel: Honoring the Past/Shaping the Future
Crosscurrents Festival, Georgetown University, Global Performance Lab
Interview with Wesley Morris
TCG Conference, Miami 2019 (Begins at 35 min)
"Past as Prologue: Dreams of an Ideal Theatre"
Theatre Communications Group National Conference in
Los Angeles, June 16-18, 2011
Working in the Theatre #358
American Theatre Wing - December, 2007