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As educators make strides towards integrating diversity, equity, and inclusion in their programming, it can often be difficult to know where to start and how to quantify success. While many
For theatre educators, choosing a production can feel like a serious predicament. On the one hand, you want to provide Thespians with an opportunity to challenge themselves and explore complex
For most theatre educators, the school year is in full swing, and your time is likely caught up planning your show schedule, building sets, and finding new Thespians for your
It is a simple fact that plays written by male playwrights are being produced in high school theatre programs more often than shows written by female playwrights. The reasons for
Helping your students succeed is at the heart of all you do; thank you! Here are ways to help your seniors stay on track with college auditions and participate in
Thirteen individuals, four schools celebrated for high achievements in theatre education
Matthew Wolfe Honored by The ASCAP Foundation and Educational Theatre Association
Teachers’ censorship concerns also reflected in Educational Theatre Association’s Annual Play Survey
“Creating a Community for All Learners” initiative aims to reimagine standards-based arts education
Twenty-Five Schools & Districts Honored for Creating Outstanding Environments for Student Theatre EdTA has announced its first-ever cohort of Premier Communities for Theatre Education, which celebrates school communities for their
EdTA members have elected a vice president and two board directors in voting that closed March 22, 2023.