Sponsor the 2020 TYA/USA National Festival & Conference

Support our annual conference and connect with the largest gathering of TYA professionals nationwide. Our next national festival and conference will take place May 14-17, 2020 at The Kennedy Center in Washington, DC.

The TYA/USA National Festival & Conference is the most significant gathering of theatre for young audience professionals in North America, featuring performances, keynote speakers, breakout sessions, special events, and networking opportunities.  300+ theatre professionals, artists, and educators will attend.

Contact Jonathan Shmidt Chapman, Executive Director, at jchapman@tyuasa.org to discuss Sponsorship Opportunities today.


Support the Festival & Conference and share your message with the national TYA field. Choose from one of the sponsorship and vendor packages below:

Headline Sponsor  $3,000 (Keynote, Reception or Performance)

Sponsor Benefits:

  • Company acknowledgement from the stage at the event or opportunity for you to welcome guests at reception.
  • Exhibitor booth at 2 receptions.
  • Company Logo on all printed materials and on Conference website.
  • Company collateral materials included in welcome packet for all festival attendees.
  • 1 full festival registration.

Exhibitor + Conference Sponsor    $1,500

Sponsor Benefits:

  • Exhibitor booth at 2 receptions.
  • Company Logo on all printed materials and on Conference website.
  • Company collateral materials included in welcome packet for all festival attendees.

Conference Sponsor   $500

Sponsor Benefits:

  • Company recognition on Breakout Workshop Signage where applicable.
  • Company Logo on all printed materials and on Conference website.
  • Company collateral materials included in welcome packet for all festival attendees.

For more information or questions on sponsorship opportunities, contact info@tyausa.org.

REFUND & CANCELLATION POLICY: Sponsorships for the 2020 Festival & Conference are non-refundable. TYA/USA is not responsible for any loss or damage as a result of substitution, alteration, postponement, or cancellation of an event due to causes beyond its control including without limitation, acts of God, natural disasters, sabotage, accident, trade or industrial disputes, or hostilities.