The Secondary Theatre Institute is postponed until 2021.

Registration Details

June 29 - July 1, 2020

8:30 AM - 4:30 PM  at the Forbes Center for the Performing Arts

The Secondary Theatre Institute focuses on theatre as a collaborative art through a series of hands-on workshops that explore acting, directing, devising, and dramaturgy. During the week, we consider how to use drama and theatre pedagogies to build community, deepen skills in the art form, and engage students through story. Tools and strategies taught in this session serve both secondary classroom educators and extra-curricular theatre directors.

Registration Institute Only Room Meal Plan
Early Bird Registration by April 15, 2020 $375 $135* $65*
Standard Registration by June 15, 2020 $450 $135* $65*

*Check-in is Sunday, June 28th and check-out is Wednesday, July 1st. The additional meal plan includes breakfast and dinner (as lunch is included in the institute for all participants). Room and board must be paid for by May 15, 2020, although institute registration does not close until June 15th.

Refunds for registration, room, and/or meals can not be given after June 1, 2020. Continuing Education Credit is available for an extra fee.

"Finally! A professional development opportunity that was useful, meaningful, and packed with ideas and strategies that will be useful in any classroom- not just my performing arts classes. More people need this training! I didn’t want to leave when it was over and that NEVER happens in a PD!" -Performing Arts Program Coordinator/Theatre Instructor

"New strategies, innovative ideas, a new plan for the year!" -High School Director

Participants were asked if they would recommend:

"Yes- times a million! The instructor was engaging and dynamic and the material presented made so much sense! While it was geared toward theatre teachers the strategies should be used in all subject areas."

"Absolutely! The class was engaging, interactive, and extremely useful. I came back to school energized and armed with practical new strategies for my classroom."

Additional Information:

Facilitated by arts integration and drama specialist Joshua Streeter (Assistant Professor of Theatre Education at James Madison University). Please contact with any questions.

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