The Educational Theatre Association believes that young people and theatre educators benefit greatly from interacting with artists and industry professionals. By becoming a member of EdTA, you can easily share your talent, skills, experience, and expertise with the next generation of professional artists.
The greatest benefit of a professional EdTA membership
is becoming a part of a rich and diverse theatre education network. Professional members receive special member pricing on EdTA’s annual Conference
, a weekend of discussions and workshops
that educate, fortify, and motivate the educators and artists who attend. At state and national events, you can meet other arts professionals, teach workshops, talk with teachers, work with students, and see some of the best high school theatre in the country.
Professional members of EdTA also receive the organization’s magazines, Teaching Theatre
journal, a quarterly publication, as well as Dramatics
magazine, a monthly magazine published September to May. The magazines include new plays, practical articles on acting, directing, design, production, and other facets of theatre, and career-oriented profiles of working theatre professionals.
Join EdTA as an individual member.
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