Share your talent and expertise at the virtual festival!
Workshops have always been the heart and soul of the festival experience for the 1,300+ students and faculty who attend each year. This year it is more important than ever to share your talent and expertise by presenting a virtual workshop (or two).
Workshops can either be pre-recorded or livestreamed. It can be as easy as adapting a class session from semesters past or as inspired as showcasing a new method or strategy you are developing. While this is a great experience for students and faculty, it’s also an invigorating way for you to further professional development goals or add to your tenure portfolio.
Workshops are held in 50- or 110-minute sessions. Below is a short list of workshop topics to consider. Feel free to offer other topics unique to your experience and practice.
- Design/technology techniques (makeup, costume, lights, sound, sets, props)
- Musical theatre master classes/coaching (especially if you provide an accompanist!)
- Stage combat (professional certification required)
- Stage dialects
- Movement techniques
- Arts administration
Workshop Proposal Form
Festival Host, Workshop Coordinator and Wisconsin State Chair
Chair of Theater, Speech and Film
1701 Wright Street
Madison, WI 53704