Getting Involved


Club Meetings


6:00 PM

Every Wednesday at 6 PM, come catch up with DramaTech's leadership as they update you on club business and how to get involved! 

Let's Try This! Improv Comedy


7-9 PM


11 AM - 1 PM

DramaTech Theatre’s student-run resident improv troupe. As our name suggests, we encourage our members to try everything from short-form games to long-form sets to what-in-the-world-was-that?, and we strive to make each other feel confident and supported while doing so. As a learning troupe, we endeavor to teach the basics and give our members the freedom and resources to experiment with form and style. Our number one commitment, though, is to give our members and our audiences a community based around entertainment and fun!

Newbie Workshops

Each year we have an eight-week cycle of newbie workshops to teach basics of improv and to help new improvisers integrate and learn how to perform with the troupe. Newbie Workshops are Mondays from 7PM-9PM during the fall and will culminate with the eagerly anticipated Newbie Graduation Show!

For more information, visit our website or or email us at  Also, find us on Facebook and Twitter.

DramaTech Tap Troupe


11 AM - 1 PM

Drama Tech Tap Troupe (DT3) is DramaTech’s newest addition, bringing together people across campus to learn to tap! It doesn’t matter if you are brand new to tap or a master, DT3 accommodates everyone. Learn tap dancing lingo, steps, and routines while getting an amazing cardio work out and crazy strong calfs, ankles and abs.

Want to know if DT3 is right for you? Email  or just show up to a rehearsal! No pressure, no worries, just tap!

Technical Theatre

Work Parties @ Varying Times

Want to help or learn set, lights, sound, props, sound, costumes, projections, or stage management? Crew calls appear on our website, and assistants don't need any experience! Check out the breakdown of each department and submit to join the tech crew of our fall shows at 


Varying Times

Interested in being on our stage? DramaTech holds auditions for plays and musicals once at the beginning of each semester (fall, spring, and summer). Audition requirements are usually a 1-2 minute monologue, but show-specific requirements and more information can be found on


Meetings @ Varying Times

Our committees are groups within DramaTech that all 1) serve different functions 2) have different goals and 3) love new people! Check out the listing below and join a committee today.

BANQUET COMMITTEE: A committee that plans our annual end-of-the-year banquet and award show. 

HISTORIAN COMMITTEE: A committee dedicated to preserving DT's history, recording and archiving our shows, and keeping up with our traditions.

OPEN HOUSE COMMITTEE: A summer committee in charge of putting on our annual fall recruitment event. 

OUTREACH COMMITTEE: A committee dedicated to improving the recruitment and retention of DT members, promoting diversity and inclusion, and putting on events to foster community. 

PLAY READING COMMITTEE: A committee that reads and talks about plays and musicals and then helps to select shows for DT's upcoming season. 

POLICIES AND PROCEDURES MANUAL COMMITTEE: A committee dedicated to documenting club policies and procedures in a manual for new and old members alike.



Friends of DramaTech

Friends of DramaTech is a group of DramaTech alumni and friends who seek to support DramaTech through promoting attendance at performances, holding periodic fundraising projects, maintaining long-term records of DramaTech activities, and developing a network of resources to provide assistance to DramaTech that may be requested by the club. They also provide the Gregory B. Abbott Scholarship to one DramaTech student each year.

Membership in Friends of DramaTech is open to anyone with a desire to support DramaTech Theatre. As a Friends of DramaTech member, you will receive invitations to special Friends of DramaTech events and periodic updates on DramaTech, DramaTech alumni, and performance notices.

Because your membership donations go directly to the Georgia Tech Foundation Friends of DramaTech account, your donation is tax deductible. Checks should be made payable to “Georgia Tech Foundation, Inc.” and a note should be made in the memo section that the account number is 551-00-0028 to assure proper credit of the money.

Send Checks to:
Georgia Tech Foundation, Inc.
760 Spring Street, NW. Suite 400
Atlanta, GA 30308

Donations can also be made online via Roll Call. Please note the account number in the optional comment section to ensure proper crediting to FODT’s account.

For more information about Friends of DramaTech, please contact Christina Herd at


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