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EDUCATIONAL THEATRE ASSOCIATION

 

Cincinnati, OH

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EDUCATIONAL THEATRE ASSOCIATION

Physical Address:
Cincinnati, OH 45219 2815
EIN:
31-0743605
Web URL:
schooltheatre.org
Blog URL:
schooltheatre.org
Leadership:
Mrs. Julie Woffington
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Fiscal Year Starting: Aug 1, 2011
Fiscal Year Ending: July 31, 2012
Revenue
Total Revenue $4,501,000
Expenses
Total Expenses $4,238,000

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Basic Organization Information

EDUCATIONAL THEATRE ASSOCIATION

Physical Address:
Cincinnati, OH 45219 2815
EIN:
31-0743605
Web URL:
schooltheatre.org 
Blog URL:
schooltheatre.org 
NTEE Category:
A Arts, Culture, and Humanities 
A03 Professional Societies, Associations 
A Arts, Culture, and Humanities 
A25 Arts Education/Schools 
A Arts, Culture, and Humanities 
A65 Theater 
Ruling Year:
1989 

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Mission Statement

Our mission is to shape lives through theatre education by: • Honoring student achievement in theatre and enriching their educational experience • Supporting educators by providing professional development, networking opportunities, resources, and recognition • Influencing public opinion and policy-makers that theatre education is essential and builds life skills.

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Leadership (GuideStar ExchangeThe GuideStar Exchange allows nonprofits to regularly update key information directly to GuideStar. It provides richer and broader information about their programs, impact, finances, people and more. August, 2013)

Mrs. Julie Woffington

Profile:

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: – Led the transition for an acquired company into P&G, requiring significant personnel and operational change.  Directly managed over 100 people with consistently strong results in recruiting, retention, and culture. -- Led P&G’s single largest brand in North America (Tide) to record sales, profit, and share, achieving over $500 million in incremental sales in 2 years and reversing a 10-year decline in household penetration.     – Launched 15 new products and 1new-to-the-world category for a total of over $1B in sales.  3 products named in the Top 10 of the year in the AC Neilsen database. – Managed $150 million marketing budget and led 8 agencies to award-winning campaigns including winning 2 Effies and 2 Lions at Cannes.  Named Ad Age 50 Best Marketers in 2005. – Worked at Kennedy Center in Washington DC.  Led arts programming organization on college campus.  Performed in over 40 theater productions.  Board member and volunteer for multiple theater organizations. MBA, University of Chicago Booth School of Business 1997 - Marketing and Business EconomicsBA, Duke University, 1993 - Public Policy Studies

Leadership Statement:

The association strives to ensure that theatre education will remain a vital element of our educational system. If theatre is lost from schools, thousands of middle and high school students will not reap the benefits of involvement theatre, and practice the skills that will be useful in any career the student selects. The threat of the elimination of theatre educaiton is real. Budget cuts in schools threaten curriculum offerings and teaching jobs. EdTA works through its educational policy work, educational programs, and recognition of outstsnding work by students through Thespians, the student honor society, to keep theatre curriculum and programs alive and growing in secondary schools.



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Program: International Thespian Festival

Budget:
$700,000
Category:
Arts, Culture & Humanities
Population Served:
Youth/Adolescents only (14 - 19 years)

Program Description:

The International Thespian Festival is an annual event held at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus.  This week long festival hosts approximately 2500-3000 delegates, including high school theatre students and educators. Activities include: Over 120 workshop options The Technical Challenge--giving the technical theatre student an opportunity to compete and showcase their skills. The student leadership program--this teaches essential leadership skills for state and national student leaders and officers. The Playworks program--an annual playwriting competition. The National Individual Event Showcase--an educational program that offers Festival delegates the opportunity to receive constructive feedback on prepared theatrical material and technical design. Mainstage and showcase performances The opportunity to audition and interview with over 50 colleges and univiersities EdTA awards at least $25,000 in scholarships at this event.

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Awarded more than $150,000 in scholarships to Thespian students

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Program: EdTA Annual Conference

Budget:
$100,000
Category:
Arts, Culture & Humanities
Population Served:
Adults

Program Description:

Approximately 250-350 theatre educators and professionals attend this annual event held for 4 days in September-October.  The location changes every year (2010 NYC, 2011 Chicago, IL, 2012 San Diego).  This Conference explores innovative approaches to student learning and assessment, teacher training, and recent trends in theatre education. Activities include: Up to 70 workshops Proffessional Development Institutes Opportunities to earn graduat credit 3-4 educator grants are given annually for teachers to attend

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Program: Junior Thespian Festival

Budget:
$15,000
Category:
None
Population Served:
Children Only (5 - 14 years)
Adults
None

Program Description:

Junior Thespian Festivals, for middle school students (grades six through eight) and their teachers, provides Junior Thespians with opportunities to develop their theatre skills, make new friends, and share the theatre experience with their peers and teachers. Junior Festival participants work on teams during the three-day event to create short plays that are staged for the entire Festival delegation in a closing presentation. This program gives delegates a chance to work with students from other schools, allows them to be part of an original work, and lets them shine in their area of strength—whether it’s performance, writing, or technical support—while accepting new challenges. The Festival also features performances of plays by Junior Thespian-affiliated schools, an individual events program, and a schedule of workshops geared to middle school students.

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Program: Dramatics Magazine

Budget:
$650,000
Category:
Arts, Culture & Humanities
Population Served:
Youth/Adolescents only (14 - 19 years)
Adults

Program Description:

Dramatics is the monthly magazine (published during the academic year, September through May) for high school theatre students and teachers. Features include new plays, practical articles on acting, directing, design, production, and other facets of theatre, and career-oriented profiles of working theatre professionals. Two annual special issues focus on college theatre programs (December) and summer theatre work and study opportunities (February).

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Program: Teaching Theatre Journal

Budget:
$110,000
Category:
Arts, Culture & Humanities
Population Served:
Adults
Youth/Adolescents only (14 - 19 years)

Program Description:

Teaching Theatre is EdTA’s quarterly journal for professional theatre educators. A typical issue includes an article on acting, directing, playwriting, or technical theatre; a profile of an outstanding educational theatre program; a piece on curriculum design, assessment, or teaching methodology; and reports on current trends or issues in the field, such as funding, standards, or certification.

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EdTA's vision:  Theatre arts will be an essential part of every student's education.  EdTA works toward six goals to achieve our Mission and Vision: All middle and high school students will have curricular access to theatre arts as part of their educational experience. Theatre education will be affirmed as providing fundamental life and career skills for all students. All theatre instruction will be delivered by qualified, professional, theatre educators. EdTA will honor student achievement in theatre. EdTA will be viewed as the leading association for the advancement of theatre education.  EdTA accomplishes these goals through a variety of programs, including but not limited to: Ongoing advocacy work The Annual Educational Theatre Conference for theatre educators The annual International Thespian Festival Professional Development Institutes Student and volunteer leadership training Scholarships, grants, and awards to students and educators
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