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Teacher Spotlight: Lisa Payne, Quabbin Regional High School

Read about this weeks METG Teacher Spolight recipient and consider making a donation to the METG in honor of a teacher who inspired you. ...

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METG Announces Conference for Theater Educators

2020 METG Conference on Theater Education Over the course of four days, educators, artists, arts leaders, and administrators, will come together for ...

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METG In the Press

METG's Own Debra Dion Faust Named Saugus' Woman of the Year

The METG's longtime treasurer, adjudicator, and member of the Board of Trustees, Debra Dion Faust was recently named Saugus' Woman of the Year. We are...

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JumpSTART (School-based Technical Assistance Response TEAM)

Need help troubleshooting your lighting system? Need to learn how to mix sound on your sound board? Need to learn how to build some platforms? Need he...

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Member Show Lineup

One of the favorite things about the METG programs for students is meeting so many fellow drama geeks from schools across the state. Participants sha...

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METG In the Press

METG Alum Bo Burnham speaks about DramaFest on NPR

Bo Burnham, 2008 St. John's Prep graduate recently spoke to NPR's Fresh Air host Terry Gross about his new movie, Eighth Grade and also about how the...

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The Massachusetts Educational Theater Guild (METG) provides opportunities for students and teachers to create, share and respond to theatrical experiences. We believe that participation in the arts fosters creative thinking, personal confidence and an appreciation of diverse ideas and cultures. These valuable interpersonal skills empower students to become the next generation of artists, audiences, and patrons.

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