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Voice and Speech Trainers Association (VASTA) logo

Voice and Speech Trainers Association (VASTA)

VASTA is a non-profit organization founded, grown, and guided by volunteers in the profession that services the needs of voice and speech professionals all over the world. VASTA is the only organization in the United States dedicated to fostering excellence in the field of voice and speech training. VASTA's current membership includes approximately 500 members from around the globe, including professors, performers, voice, speech, text and dialect coaches, speech/language pathologists, otolaryngologists, coaches in private practice, and acting, movement, singing specialists who are seeking to integrate disciplines, and others interested in the art and science of the human voice.

   
Musical Theatre Educatiors Alliance (MTEA) logo

Musical Theatre Educators Alliance (MTEA)

MTEA is a forum for discussion of all matters relating to the recruitment, training and placement of professionally bound college and conservatory-affiliated music theatre students. It was formed to serve the following purposes: to facilitate the conversations among the diverse teaching population who are involved in the practical training of music theatre students; to promote high standards; to share solutions; to broaden visibility; to strengthen credibility within the larger academic community and the profession; and to exchange curricular, production, and professional ideas and information.

   
Southeastern Theatre Conference(SETC) logo

Southeastern Theatre Conference (SETC)

SETC is a dynamic membership organization, serving a diverse constituency and reaching out across ten states in the southeast region of the United States and beyond. SETC is the strongest and broadest network of theatre practitioners in the United States. We provide extensive resources and year-round opportunities for our constituents. Our services, publications, and products contribute significantly to the careers of emerging artists, seasoned professionals and academicians. SETC energizes the practical, intellectual and creative profile of theatre in America.


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