KCACTF Region 3 - Festival 51
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Date(s) - 01/08/2019 - 01/13/2019
All Day

Target Regions

Northeast: Illinois, Northeast: Indiana, Northeast: Michigan, Northeast: Wisconsin

Target Occupations

Arts Administration, Design, Performance, Production, Management, Technical


WHAT: KCACTF Region 3 – Festival 51
WHEN: January 8 – 13, 2019
Madison College – Madison, WI


The Madison Concourse

The Madison Concourse Hotel

1 West Dayton Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53703


Conveniently located in the heart of downtown, the Madison Concourse is just steps away from the vibrant State Street pedestrian mall, home to restaurants, coffee shops, the Capitol and the beautiful Overture Center Theatre complex.

Call 800-356-8293 and ask for group sales.

  • $114 per night (single, double, triple and quad)
  • A 5-night minimum stay is required.
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi included


  • A discount rate of $5 per night is available in the hotel garage for KCACTF participants staying here (6′ clearance).
  • Large vehicle parking is available at the Carroll Street Parking ramp, just kitty corner from the hotel.

Irene Ryan preliminary rounds and the festival registration desk will be located on the second floor of the hotel on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Festival Shuttle Service:

Shuttles will run from here to our festival home at Madison College, and to the theatre venues at UW Madison.

Overflow Hotels:

Two additional overflow hotels will be announced when our room commitment at this hotel is met. If you have a group needing 10 or more rooms and you will not be staying 5 nights, please contact Rick Walters at rhwalters@viterbo.edu for information.


encourage, recognize, and celebrate the finest and most diverse work produced in university and college theater programs;

provide opportunities for participants to develop their theater skills and insight; and achieve professionalism;

improve the quality of college and university theater in America;

encourage colleges and universities to give distinguished productions of new plays, especially those written by students; the classics, revitalized or newly conceived; and experimental works.

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