The Educational Theatre Association’s Advocacy Leadership Network ALN will begin accepting applications for new state chapter members on November 15. Launched in 2017, the ALN is designed to train state adult members in grassroots advocacy efforts on behalf of theatre and other arts education. The network selected members from 10 states in its first year and will[…]
Welcome back, Ohio Thespians! In this month’s newsletter we have six items. Read on!
Welcome back, Ohio Thespians! Thank you to all the students, teachers, and volunteers who helped make this year’s LEAD such a success.In this month’s newsletter we have six items including announcement regarding scholarship opportunities and our monthly trivia question. Read on and be in the know!
Welcome back, Ohio Thespians! In this month’s newsletter we have one important upcoming deadline, six news items, and the return of our monthly trivia question.When you’re finished reading, check out our new website with information about scholarships, grants, and how to become an honor troupe.
Please join the International Thespian Society and Ohio Thespians for the first ever Ohio Thespians Annual Reunion on Saturday, September 16th at the Short North Stage in Columbus, Ohio. Featuring local actors performing alongside current Thespian students, this event will bring together lovers of theatre to benefit programs that create access to theatre education for[…]
Current Seniors are invited to attend the Ohio Unified Interview and Audition Day January 6, 2018, at Dublin Scioto High School. For the 5th consecutive year, Ohio Thespians is sponsoring a once-a-year opportunity for students to audition for Musical Theatre, Acting, Design & Technology, and General Theatre programs. Universities from across the state and surrounding areas[…]
Senior Sarah Parrott as the first ever recipient of the Jimmy Humphries Endowed Scholarship in Technical Theatre. Nominated by Centerville Performing Arts Center Manager Mike Cordonnier, Parrott was selected from a pool of talented nominees in recognition of her extraordinary commitment in the classroom and on the stage.“Sarah has always been a student that I[…]
Dr. JoBeth Gonzalez – known affectionately as Dr. G by her students – has been a leading advocate for theatre education in Ohio for decades. As a teacher at Bowling Green High School, she has directed innumerable plays and musicals, and served as the long-time leader of her school’s thespian troupe. Over 23 years at[…]
Congratulations to Centerville High School’s Bryan Miller, Ohio EdTA Theatre Educator of the Year!We are delighted to announce the selection of Bryan Miller as the 2017 Theatre Educator of the Year. Miller is the Performing Arts Center Technical Director at Centerville High School, and was chosen from a pool of student-nominated applicants in recognition of[…]
Welcome back! In this month’s newsletter we have two news items, one call for feedback, two reminders, and one trivia question.