Publications & Resources
The Southeastern Theatre Conference offers an in-depth magazine and newsletter as a benefit of membership, as well as an annual scholarly publication. Please click on any publication headline below for more details.
The premier magazine covering theatre in the Southeastern U.S. and beyond, Southern Theatre is published quarterly and sent to all individual and organizational members. Non-member subscriptions are available. Southern Theatre offers full-color advertising opportunities.
Our in-depth newsletter focuses on the SETC association and events. SETC News is published bi-monthly online and sent to SETC’s membership via email. Download and enjoy our latest issue.
Theatre Symposium is an annual scholarly publication featuring papers presented about a particular topic at the SETC Theatre Symposium event, a two-day conference held each spring, that focuses on a scholarly topic related to theatre.
The convention newspaper is your first glance at the keynotes, masterclasses, special events and schedule of over 300 workshops that are offered at Convention. This publication is distributed to the entire SETC membership in preparation of the Annual Convention held each March. Newspaper sponsorship is available; our newspaper sponsor receives the only ad in the newspaper. Download the 2017 SETC Convention Newspaper
The convention program contains more than 60 pages of information and programming. This publication is distributed to the 4,000+ attendees at the Annual Convention held each March. Advertising is available and sponsors are recognized on the first page. Download the 2017 SETC Convention Program
The directory is published annually as a special insert to the Winter issue of Southern Theatre magazine and provides an easy reference for students looking for theatre training in College, University, Conservatory and other advanced training institutions.
OUTSIDE THE BOX is a collection of articles and previously published columns (updated for this book) from the popular “Outside the Box: Design-Tech Solutions” column in Southern Theatre magazine.
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SETC Library Archives
SETC Archives are held at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) University Library. For assistance with accessing the SETC Archives, please contact UNCG Special Collections and University Libraries.