ASTR’s annual meeting is an opportunity to participate in and shape the scholarly landscape as participants share and provide feedback on the latest work in theatre and performance studies. In order to engage a diverse set of voices and provide space for a wide range of work, plenarists may not deliver papers two years in a row and participants may only present work once at each annual meeting. Presenting work is typically defined as delivering a plenary paper or presenting and/or sharing work as part of a curated panel, roundtable, or working session. Customarily, introducing a panel, facilitating a career session/field conversation, or convening a working session without sharing one’s own work does not constitute participation. However, the Program Chair/s and Vice President for Conferences reserve the right to determine on a case-by-case basis what constitutes presenting work based upon the particularities of a given session or conference event. Those participating in or delivering work at the conference are not required to be members of ASTR.