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  • New York, NY
    Aspiring musical theatre composers have the chance of a lifetime to work on their creation with Oscar-winning composer/lyricist Stephen Schwartz at one of the ASCAP Foundation Musical Theatre Workshops. Workshop submissions will be considered for events that will take place in Los Angeles and New York.
  • ASCAP is home to more than 725,000 music creator members across all genres - the greatest names in music, and thousands more in the early stages of their careers. We are the only PRO in the US owned and governed by our members.
  • The Metropolitan Opera is a vibrant home for the most creative and talented singers, conductors, composers, musicians, stage directors, designers, visual artists, choreographers, and dancers from around the world.
  • New York, NY
    Theatre C was founded in 2009 to move audiences and open minds by creating unique theatrical experiences that mix the seemingly un-mixable.We create parties, plays, musicals and special events that meld puppetry and burlesque, video and dance, acrobatics and installations, hip hop rock and salsa, and more.Blurring the line between disciplines and cultures, the company is a part of the next stage in AMERICAN theatre's evolution.
  • New York, NY
    America's largest not-for-profit theater, producing a year-round program of plays and musicals at the Beaumont, the Newhouse, the Tow and at various other theaters around New York City.
  • New York, NY
    Under the direction of Marsha Norman and David Lindsay-Abaire, the Lila Acheson Wallace American Playwrights Program offers tuition-free, graduate-level fellowships to four or five writers each year. Selected playwrights may be invited to continue their studies through a second academic year, thereby earning an Artist Diploma in Playwriting.
  • New York, NY
    The Lila Acheson Wallace American Playwrights Program offers a one-year graduate-level fellowship. You may be invited to continue your studies through a second academic year, thereby completing a total of 52 credits for the two-year fellowship period and earning an Artist Diploma (AD) in Playwriting. The Playwriting Program is tuition-free and typically accepts 4-5 fellows per year.
  • The Billy Rose Theatre Division is one of the world’s largest and most comprehensive archives devoted to the theatrical arts. The division's strength and uniqueness lie in its unparalleled collections of personal papers and organizational records, scrapbooks, photographs, posters, programs, reviews, and scripts, as well as its pioneering efforts to document live theatre through the Theatre on Film and Tape (TOFT) Archive. We also provide access to an extraordinary array of traditional published books and journals as well as a circulating collection of theatre books, scripts, videos, and...
  • The Fordham/Primary Stages MFA in Playwriting program is a unique hybrid, offering emerging writers the opportunity to develop and produce their work in a rigorous Fordham setting, while simultaneously fostering professional relationships with Primary Stages, an award-winning Off-Broadway theatre company.