Our Mission
 
The North Carolina Theatre Arts Educators seeks to advance the quality and scope of theatre education in North Carolina schools through professional development, collaboration, and empowerment of Theatre Arts Educators

September 26, 2020

We had such a wonderful showing at Fall Sharing 2019 at Pinecrest High School in Southern Pines, NC. Each workshop was dynamic and exciting, the vendors and guest were helpful and engaging, and the company was simply marvelous!  2020 has been a trying year, and it is important for teachers to be able to connect in some way.  We will be hosting our 23rd annual Fall Sharing ONLINE September 26th.  We may need to physically distance, not necessarily socially distance, thanks to technology.  We thank all members, presenters, sponsors, guest speakers and volunteers who make this event possible!

NCTAE's Statement - Racial Justice

6/4/20

North Carolina Theatre Arts Educators stands with communities of color as they fight for equality, equity, justice, and healing. Please view the full statement here. We have created a living document with a collection of resources for educators to use while making positive change. NCTAE is committed to encouraging ongoing education and growth for our members.

April 4, 2020

With the closing of UNC System Colleges and field trips being put on hold indefinitely in quite a few communities, we made the decision to cancel the NC Young Playwright's Festival on April 4th.
We are so proud of all of our young playwrights and teachers. We will move forward with celebrating them through local press releases and emails to their administration. We will, also, be sending the book of plays through the mail to our Outstanding and Honorable Mention Playwrights. If you are interested in purchasing one, we will make that available as well.

Winter Focus 2020

February 21-23, 2020

We once again joined together in February 2020 at the beautiful Trinity Center in Emerald Isle, NC to share a weekend of high-intensity, in-depth training and fellowship! This year we focused on the scenic painting. Visit our Winter Focus page to learn more about this awesome opportunities to earn CEU credits, enjoy the company of fellow theatre teachers, and gain new techniques to bring into the classroom!

Our Advocacy Star Point Commitee seeks to keep the NCTAE community up to date on all policies and governmental decisions that effect teachers on a local, state, national, and global basis. Click on our ADVOCACY tab to stay informed about the latest on policies that effect our classrooms and the arts in North Carolina. Also, NCTAE provides several ways that you and your school can get involved with making your voice heard. Become a member today to join the Advocacy Star Point Committee and GET INVOLVED!

If NCTAE has made a difference in your professional life then consider supporting our efforts by donating today! Your donations will help to fund our many annual events, the Sue Scarborough Scholarship, and support for students and teachers across North Carolina. 

 

To donate, visit our Shop to make a donation of any amount! 

 

Thank you for all of your support of NCTAE!

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P.O. Box 16662

Asheville, NC 28816-0662

 
 

 

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Tel: 828-225-0429

 

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