A racially diverse ensemble cast in the middle of a musical number. They are dressed in mid-twentieth century American clothing and looking at the camera.


A.R.T./New York offers a suite of workshops for our members as skills-building opportunities fully included in the cost of membership. We strive to offer education from multiple perspectives and pedagogies for staff in every department of our member companies. Members are encouraged to send interns and associate-level staff members to workshops as part of their professional development offerings. 

We have organized our workshops into tracks based on the topic of focus. Some workshops are cross-listed under multiple tracks but refer to the same event. Click on each track below to view the available workshops.

A note about COVID-19:

Due to the need to move our programs online, we have rescheduled many of our upcoming workshops. To view the most up-to-date listings for our workshops, roundtables, and other events, please visit our Event Calendar


illustration of theatre masks    The Fundamentals

illustration of the accessibility icon    Accessibility

illustration of a ticket    Audience Development

illustration of a group of people    Boards

illustration of hands    Body Autonomy

illustration of a ticket    Finance

illustration of coins    Fundraising

illustration of a grant    Grantwriting

illustration of networking    Organizational Management

illustration of networking    Online Workshops

View the full event calendar below. 


A.R.T./New York welcomes people with all abilities to attend our workshops and roundtables. Interpretation services are available by request which must be made at least 3 business days before the event. For accessibility information, special circumstances, or other accommodations, please contact Kirsten Sweeney at [email protected].


The Nancy Quinn Technical Assistance Program is made possible in part by generous funding from the National Endowment for the Arts, the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the New York State Council on the Arts, and New York State Assembly Member Deborah Glick.


Header: Tectonic Theater Project's production of Carmen. Photo by Stan Borough.