Dramatics is the only magazine that is edited exclusively for students and teachers of theatre.
The more than 33,000 students who read Dramatics each month are
committed to excellence in their artform and are members of the
International Thespian Society, the Educational Theatre Association's student honorary organization and the world's largest honor society for theatre students.
Dramatics offers a high quality editorial environment to advertisers
who want to reach this accomplished group of prospective graduates and
the 4,400 teachers who help guide their decisions. A typical issue of
Dramatics includes practical articles about acting, directing,
playwriting, design, and technical theatre; interviews with working
professionals; options for higher education and training in theatre;
playscripts; and reports on new shows and other important events in the
The following documents.are located in the Dramatics advertising entry of the Marketing resource library:
- Dramatics advertising agreement
- Media Kit
- Current advertisers list
Questions about advertising or requests for a Dramatics or Teaching
Theatre media kit can be directed to Angel Wuellner at 513.977.5536513.977.5536
Beginning with the September 2012 issue, Dramatics began publishing a digital magazine alongside its print edition.
Dramatics Digital will be a full-featured replica of the print
edition, plus interactive enriched editorial content. It will include
all of the advertising in the print edition, and each ad will feature a
link to the advertiser’s web address.
Inclusion in Dramatics Digital is a free bonus to print edition
advertisers that will offer very substantial additional exposure. All
existing print subscribers plus all currently active members of the
Thespian Society—a potential readership of more than 70,000—will have
access to the digital edition through the EdTA website at
Click the links below to try out our new digital edition, and to find out how you can put it to work for you.
Check out Dramatics Digital.
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