Friday, September 25, 2020
The AWTE conference is for theatre teachers, directors, technical directors, college students, university professors, performing arts center (PAC) managers and theatre education advocates. Conference registration includes annual membership in AWTE.
Here is a letter from DPI, endorsing the value of fine arts professional development.
AWTE also sponsors professional development sessions at the Wisconsin High School Theatre Festival in November.
Presentation slots are 45 minutes in length. No compensation is offered.
2019 Schedule & Workshops
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The schedule below is from ****2019**** and is shown as an example.
Come to the Show!Edgewood College offers two complimentary tickets to AWTE members who would like to attend The Taming after the conference at 7:30 pm at the Diane Ballweg Theatre in The Stream Building. TO RESERVE TICKETS: email email@example.com with the subject "AWTE" and include name, number of tickets (1 or 2 comps) and school. The Taming by Lauren Gunderson, directed by Jake Penner. When a right-wing political staffer and a left-wing social media activist are taken hostage by the reigning Miss Georgia on the eve of the Miss America Pageant, the trio are forced to re-write the U.S. Constitution before the beauty queen takes the stage to present their vision of a more more perfect union to a country that's lost its way.
Registration & Fees
- Individual Attendee=$95
- First-Time Attendee=$65
- Colleague Attendees: 2=$125; 3=$160; 4=$200
- Student Attendee=$25
- Vendor: Company=$75; Nonprofit=$40
2011: Madison College
2013: Viterbo University, La Crosse
2014: Edgewood College, Madison
2015: UW-Stevens Point
2016: Wisconsin Lutheran College, Milwaukee
2017: UW-Parkside, Kenosha
2018: Ripon College
2019: Edgewood College, Madison
2020: Wisconsin Lutheran College, Milwaukee
2021: NE Wisconsin preferred
2022: UW-Stevens Point