Member FAQ

Below are some commonly asked questions about membership benefits
in the South Florida Theatre League and how you can take advantage of them.

  • Marketing Benefits: your organization can post shows to our website, in our various email blasts, and through our social media.
  • Professional Development Opportunities: your staff and board members are invited to participate regularly scheduled workshops aimed at theatre administrators. Previous workshops have ranged on topics from marketing to diverse audiences to sustainability for small organizations.
  • AntiRacism Theatre Strategies Cohort Program: your membership gives you the opportunity to participate in the League’s ongoing AntiRacism cohort program done in consultation with Alexander Christie. The League pays for half of the workshop’s price on behalf of participating cohort members.
  • Collective Advertising: The South Florida Theatre League has various collective advertising initiatives, including a member theatre season brochure.
  • Unified Auditions: Participate in our collective auditions, where you can find new talent.
  • Arts Advocacy: The League works to support local, state and national arts funding in partnerships with other arts advocacy groups.
  • Community Events: The South Florida Theatre League attends community events, such as art shows, where we will display our member theatre’s marketing materials – giving you additional exposure.

You can sign up for an organizational membership here. Membership dues are based on an organization’s annual budget.

The South Florida Theatre League has multiple blasts that are aimed at different audiences — from patrons to artists. Below is the rundown of the ongoing ones and their various deadlines.

OnStage Now Monthly Email Blast – this blast goes out to a list of over 5,000 theatre patrons on the 1st of every month. To be included, you need to email Andie Arthur a jpg with your show information at These are calendar listings, so we’re not including detailed show information. Square images work best. We only post shows that will be happening that month.

The deadline to be included is the 15th of the month before. For example, to be in the January blast, you’d need to email me by December 15th. A proof blast goes out on the 20th directly to producers for anyone to make changes by the 25th of the month.

Weekly Email Updates — this blast goes out to 450 industry members. This is where you post auditions, show discounts, etc. It goes out every Wednesday and the deadline to be included is the Wednesday it goes out by 3:00 PM. Unlike the other two blasts, this is a text-based blast. Please submit your calendar listings as you’d like them to be posted to Andie Arthur at

Ala Carte Blasts – We also have individualized blasts. These blasts will only be focused on what you’d like them to be focused on and they are $50 each. We only offer this once a week and they’re on a first come, first served basis. They are designed with your involvement in the process and may take up to 2 business days to complete.

  • Weekly Email Updates: Receive weekly updates of news, audition notices, job opportunities, discount ticket offers, and other valuable information.
  • Discounted Tickets: Individual members of the Theatre League are often offered complimentary and discounted tickets to member theatre productions. Taking advantage of these offers can pay for the cost of membership.
  • Have a member profile on our searchable member database.
  • Unified Auditions: Every August, the League hosts Unified Auditions where members can audition for many of our member theatres at one time.
  • Professional Development Workshops: the League offers workshops towards artists in the community — previous topics have ranged from auditions to power dynamics in the rehearsal room to financial planning for artists. They cover both artistic and business concerns for individual artists in the theatre community.
  • Networking Events: The South Florida Theatre League hosts periodic networking events where members can meet other South Florida Theatre Professionals.

Go to the “you” drop down menu, and click on register. Go through the process of creating an account.
Once you have an account, go to your profile and click on pay to pay with paypal. If you’d prefer to not pay with paypal, you can pay here with a credit card or mail a check to South Florida Theatre League at 111 NE 1st St, Suite 905, Miami, FL 33132.

Memberships are normally processed on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

The easiest way to sign up for a organizational membership is to fill out this form for dues payment, and then our executive director will contact you about the details of your membership.