Workshops are held Friday and Saturday of the festival. You may propose up to four (4) workshops, and we will select a number commensurate to projected festival participation. Proposals must be received by October 15, but are appreciated sooner. We will notify individuals the week of October 17 if their workshops are accepted.

Workshops offer educational opportunities for students and educators/directors.  Educators and other theatre professionals are encouraged to develop and present workshops both as a form of personal and professional development and as a genuine service. The WISDAA can provide certification and documentation of professional development for leading workshops. The following list is a starting-point; other topics are certainly welcome!

Acting
Auditioning
Blocking
Camera techniques
Casting
Children’s theatre
Choreography
Clowning
Comedy styles/timing
Copyright
Costuming
Design drafting/computer
Curriculum/standards
Dancing
Directing
Dramaturgy
Foam sculpting
Improvisation
Juggling
Lighting
Makeup
Media/video
Movement
Musical theatre
New plays
Playwriting
Props – design/fabricating
Publicity
Puppetry
Reader’s theatre
Rehearsal techniques
Scene Building
Scene Painting
Social justice and theatre
Sound
Stage Combat
Stage Management
Tai Chi
Theatre Games
Vocal Techniques
Workshopping Plays
Yoga
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