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At EdTA’s National Conference, educators can sharpen their skills and expand their body of knowledge through workshops and master classes taught by experts and professionals. These sessions cover a wide variety of topics including theatre curriculum, choreography, script analysis, and technical theatre.


Workshops are 90-minute, hands-on learning sessions. To submit a workshop for consideration, complete a proposal.


To get an idea of the kind of programming that can be expected at the 2015 National Conference, please take a look at last year's workshop descriptions and our coverage blog:

Professional Development Intensives

The Educational Theatre Association’s Professional Development Intensives (PDIs) are one- or two-day interactive opportunities for theatre educators to develop their arsenal of professional skills on a specific topic. PDIs are in-depth crash courses taught by experts and thought-leaders in the field of theatre education. Topics range from directing a musical to curriculum development to stage lighting. Participation in a PDI allows attendees to advance a graduate degree or earn credit required for continuing education.

Confirmed PDIs for 2015 will be posted on the Professional Development Intensives page.