March 24, 2023

AACT Online Roundtable: THE PENGUIN PROJECT, Tuesday, March 21

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What started in 2004 at just one Peoria theatre has evolved into a national organization with over fifty chapters across the country. Connect with The Penguin Project administrators from across the country to learn tips for improving your chapter or launching your organization’s program.

AACT Webinars are virtual presentations and workshops, using Zoom, featuring knowledgable theatre experts. You’ll get facts you need to make important decisions.

Register: AACT Members only, sign-in to AACT website required.

AACT Roundtables provide you and other members with a forum for sharing experiences, ideas, concerns, and solutions.

Each Roundtable discussions feature a group of panelists, which means a multitude of opinions will be shared. Panel members typically represent community theatres from all over the U.S. This provides you with different experiences, views, and insights into the topic that is being discussed.


Chad-Alan Carr, Executive/Artistic Director, Gettysburg Community Theatre, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

Dr. Andy Morgan, Founder/CEO, The Penguin Project

Morrie Enders, Executive Director, Lincoln Playhouse, Lincoln, Nebraska
Kristy Meanor, Artistic Director, Wetumpka Depot Players, Wetumpka, Alabama
AnnMarie Miller, Director of Education and Outreach, Kalamazoo Civic Theatre, Kalamazoo, Michigan
Nate Weber, Education Outreach, Des Moines Community Playhouse, Des Moines, Iowa

Would you like to serve on one of the panels?  Your experience and knowledge are welcome. AACT invites you to apply. Acceptance is on a rolling basis. To volunteer, submit the Online Application Form.

Roundtables will focus on the top 4 – 5 topics posed by attendees. To submit your questions and topic preferences, please submit the pre-roundtable questionnaire at

AACT members only.
Not a member? Please visit to join or renew.

ACT 2023 Roundtables are sponsored in part by  

For information on upcoming AACT webinars and online roundtables
 and access to recordings of previous AACT webinars, visit,or contact the AACT office at [email protected], or 817-732-3177
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