One of the highlights of attending ITF is being able to hone your theatre-making skills in almost every area. Whether you’re a teacher or a student, no matter what you’re interested in learning about, there’s likely a workshop dedicated to it! From technical theatre and design to acting, singing, and dance to marketing and producing, ITF has got you covered. Explore a new aspect of the theatre industry or sharpen the skills you already have!
Over the course of the week, more than 200 workshops will be offered. And with literally hundreds workshops to choose from, your schedule will fill up quickly! Workshop offerings will be posted in April. Check back then to start exploring all your options!
Advance registration is not required to attend regular workshops at ITF. However, some sessions will have a set capacity, which will be noted in the workshop schedule. We recommend a timely arrival to each session in order to guarantee availability.
Some workshops might require you to prepare in advance. For example, an acting workshop might require you to bring in a prepared monologue to work on in real time with a coach, or dance workshops might require clothing that allows freedom of movement. Check this site often as the festival approaches for a complete listing of our workshop sessions. Requirements for each workshop will be noted in each session description.
EdTA’s Professional Development Intensives (PDIs) are interactive workshops where theatre educators can develop their professional skills on specific topics and advance a graduate degree or earn credit required for continuing education. Three PDI workshops will be offered during the week of ITF and are open to EdTA member educators only; additional registration fees required. College credit is available.
The window for submitting workshop proposals for ITF 2023 closed on November 1. Please email Education Director Cory Wilkerson with any questions.
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