Derek is well known to the world of amateur theatre, having served as a National Operatic and Dramatic Association (NODA) representative and councillor, and in October he became National President of NODA.
What does NODA stand for?
NODA stands for National Operatic and Dramatic Association (UK)
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We have 11 other meanings of NODA in our Acronym Attic
- Notice of Disposition
- Nucleotide Oligomerization Domain
- Number of Deaths (gaming)
- Number One Daughter
- Nuovo Ordinamento Didattico (Italian: New Educational Order)
- Nurse Of the Day
- Nurse on Duty
- Night Observation Devices - Long Range
- Night Observation Devices - Medium Range
- Nucleotide Oligomerization Domain 1
- National Orientation Directors Association
- New Orleans Dental Association
- Northeast Ohio Dispatcher Association (also seen as NEODA)
- Northern Ohio Dressage Association
- Notice of Data Availability
- Navy Occupational Development & Analysis Center
- North Dakota
- Network-Oriented Document Abstraction Language
- Nordic Conference of Computational Linguistics
- Newsletter of Department of Animal Sciences (University of Illinois)
Samples in periodicals archive:
National Operatic and Dramatic Association (NODA) long-service awards were presented to members.
Lloyd-Webber's Really Useful Company is working with Noda, the National Operatic and Dramatic Association, to allow amateur theatre groups across the UK to stage the musical.
My surely-over-optimistic suggestion (Post, December 7) that the National Operatic and Dramatic Association (NODA) might do well to consider running a course to educate some of Britain's deplorably under-instructed theatregoers caught the eye of John Richards, chairman of NODA Limited and a member of West Bromwich Operatic Society, who shared it with some members of the NODA council.
Long service National Operatic and Dramatic Association long service medals were presented to Shirley Ward (25 year medal); Kay Moorhouse (second bar 35 years' service); Mavis Hinchliff (fourth bar 40 years' service); Joyce Edmondson (diamond bar 60 years' service)
They took the award for best musical from the National Operatic and Dramatic Association.
Brownhills-based Spotlight Youth Productions, which was formed by Brownhills Community Association, won an award for the best production in the district by the National Operatic and Dramatic Association.