Junior ThesCon 2024

The 2024 Georgia Junior Thespian Conference will be held on February 24, 2024 at the Georgia Military Academy in Milledgeville, GA.

The Georgia Junior Thespian Conference provides the opportunity to participate in a variety of workshops, master classes, individual performances, and technical theatre events led by theatre professionals from around the country, all while you get to hang out with middle school students from around the state.

Please review the Georgia Thespian Code of Conduct.

Please review the Safety and Security Rules.

Because the conference is an educational event for middle school students and their teachers and is bound by seating limitations, participation in all events will be available only to Thespian troupes and schools who have registered by the registration cut-off date.


Conference Agreement Form: All conference attendees – students and adults – are required to complete an Agreement Form. Troupe Directors will collect copies of Agreement Forms from their attendees and will submit a copy of each Agreement Form with their registration submission.

Conference Grants: see page for more details

Conference Registration

Middle schools with active troupes are welcomed to attend AND Middle schools that don’t have troupes are also welcomed to attend! Middle school Troupe Directors (or theatre teachers) will coordinate and be responsible for the registration for their school’s attendees. 

In order to attend the Georgia Junior Thespian Conference, all students must be current 6th, 7th, or 8th grade students, or current Junior State Thespian Officer (JSTO).

Middle school Troupe Directors  will coordinate and be responsible for the registration for their school’s attendees.

Troupe Directors (or theatre teachers) may register students currently enrolled at your school this year, as well as chaperones who are (or will be) 21 years of age by February 25, 2023. Registered troupe directors and chaperones are able to attend all conference events but should also consider themselves supervisors of students throughout the conference.

Please review our Conference Registration Guide for more information.


  • $100 per attendee
  • $55 per troupe/school (assessment fee)
  • $25 – $45 per event (optional; see event for more details)
  • Registration change fees: see Registration Modification process and fee schedule in the Conference Registration Guide
  • For 2023-2024: all non-refundable and returnable fee information is spelled out in the the Contingency Plan.

Acceptable forms of payment are: 

  • certified checks 
  • school checks 
  • school booster club checks 
  • money orders (complete with signature, if required) 
  • credit cards
  • cash 

No personal checks will be accepted. 

Make all checks/money orders payable to “Georgia Thespians”. 

Registration Submission

Your complete registration submission must include:

  • Registration invoice with required signature section completed, printed in “portrait” (not in “landscape”)
  • Payment or a copy of the emailed credit card receipt if you paid online.
  • Complete Conference Agreement Forms for all your attendees organized in alphabetical order by last name. (Forms received out of alphabetical order will cause a delay in the completion of the registration process.)

Registration invoices and Conference Agreement forms will be submitted digitally. Do not snail-mail invoices and agreement forms. See Conference Registration Guide for more details.

Review our Mailing Best Practices before sending any registration materials through the mail rather than electronically.

Registration Changes

Georgia Thespians allows the Troupe Director to make changes to an already submitted registration. If you need to make changes to your submitted registration, please use our official Registration Modification process (or the RMP) (coming soon) after you have submitted your conference registration..

Please review our Modification Fee windows below.