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In 2018, the Conference will explore the profession of the theatre educator, both as teacher and artist. We are All Artists will examine the intersection of classroom teaching and theatrical artistry, in workshops and keynotes that focus on how teachers and teaching artists can collaborate and complement one another’s strengths to enrich students’ theatre experiences.
The Educational Theatre Association’s National Conference is held each year to provide educators with the opportunity to meet and network with their peers during an event featuring a wide range of professional development and keynote speakers.

Join us for We are All Artists and rediscover the artistry in your teaching and the teaching in your art.

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Cariani is the author of Almost, Maine, which has become one of the most frequently produced plays in the United States, with more than 2,500 productions to date, and which won the top spot as the most popular play in EdTA’s annual  survey of school theatre programs for the last two years.  He is also an award-winning actor who has appeared on and Off Broadway, at regional theaters across the country, and in several films and television shows. From 2002-2007, Cariani played Julian Beck on NBC's long-running drama Law & Order. Currently, he is appearing on Broadway in the musical, The Band’s Visit.





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Hamilton is an award-winning director and acting teacher who teaches the craft and business of acting at her studio in Los Angeles and around the world. For over ten years, Hamilton was Creative/Show Director for Walt Disney Imagineering, directing Aladdin: A Musical Spectacular, Citizens of Buena Vista Street, and Frozen shows in Anaheim, Hong Kong, and Shanghai. She has directed many productions including the GLADD-nominated The Break Up Notebook, and Jane Lynch’s Oh Sister, My Sister.From 1999-2006, Hamilton was the producing director of the Lily Tomlin Jane Wagner Cultural Arts Center. As an actor, she has appeared in more than 30 productions.