Our super soft NCTAE sweatshirt is a must have for all NCTAE members!
Join us for Fall Caring 2021, a shortened, virtual day of Sharing and Caring.
Congratulations to these Young Playwrights!
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.
Fall Sharing 2021 was converted to a shortened, virtual conference due to Covid. We look forward to gathering in 2022 for dynamic workshops, engaging vendors and marvelous company for our 25th anniversary!
Check out some of the video and materials from previous Fall Sharing events on our Members page!
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!
Prevented from joining together in February 2021 at the beautiful Trinity Center in Emerald Isle, NC, our Winter Focus was moved to the digital format. It was a weekend of high-intensity, in-depth training and fellowship!
Visit our Winter Focus page to learn more about this awesome event and the dates to come. Winter Focus offers opportunities to earn CEU credits, enjoy the company of fellow theatre teachers, and gain new techniques to bring into the classroom!
NC Young Playwrights Festival
NC Young Playwrights is been a program for students and teachers dedicated to increasing playwriting in the K-12 classroom in North Carolina. Involvement in writing, performance and publishing is the perfect opportunity for your students to receive the collaborative, intensive, professional exposure to the world of playwriting that will create lasting memories and highly beneficial experience. See this year's list of winners and learn how to order your copy of the winning plays.
Update - The Festival will be held at UNC-G Auditorium this year!!
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