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Parlando School of Musical Arts New Musical Project

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  • Albany, NY
    NEXT ACT! New Play Summit, a joint venture between Capital Repertory Theatre and Proctors, is an annual showcase of new plays designed to shed light on new play development. The summit brings playwrights, directors, actors, and audience members together for a series of workshops and readings, where multiple new full-length plays are given readings. The Summit was founded on the goal to find a play that theREP wants to produce – furthering the theatre’s commitment to the development of new work. To date, theREP has selected one play to produce as a World Premiere from every single Next Act!...
  • Every musical is at different stages of development. Some are at the early stages and need space to write. Some are looking for dramaturgical support. Some want to explore the physical language of the piece. Some need to workshop vocal arrangements. And some need a reading. Tell us what you need!! 121 Project provides up to $10,000 of support based upon the specific needs of your project.
  • The Latiné Musical Theatre Lab, LLC is a NYC-based organization with a national footprint that develops and advocates for new Latiné-written works of musical theatre. The Lab is a sponsored artist with The Producer Hub (The Tank LTD), a not-for-profit, tax-exempt, 501(c)3 organization serving the performing arts community. We envision a world of equity in the theatre community for Latiné artists. Where our representation on and off stage matches our representation in the general population. Where our participation in the theatre community reflects the true contributions of Latinés to the...
  • New York, NY
    The ASCAP Foundation "The Latin Beat" Songwriter Program supported by the Harold Adamson Lyric Award is a new initiative to benefit songwriters of Latin descent who write music predominantly in Spanish and who are in the early stages of their career. Five (5) writers will be selected to participate in a two-day writer’s retreat where each music creator will be paired with one (1) veteran Latin music writer. Mentors will work with participants on crafting a new song or enhancing an already written work. The workshop will culminate in a listening event where participants will have the...
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    The story of Musical Theatre West is the journey from a group of volunteers performing in a high school auditorium to one of the largest and most respected theatrical production companies in Southern California. Beginning as the Whittier Civic Light Opera in 1952, the company originally produced two shows a year for just two days each, back when shows like RIO RITA and THE RED MILL were still in vogue. During most of the 1960s and 1970s, the group remained an all-volunteer effort, producing one show a year. Back then tickets were sold at Hinshaw’s and Myers department stores and could be had...
  • BroadwayCon is a three-day convention where fans can meet and interact with their favorite Broadway stars. It's a showcase of some of Broadway's newest and most exciting shows. It's a place where industry professionals can learn about the ever-changing fandom landscape, and Broadway’s biggest names can work one-on-one with the next generation of up-and-coming performers. Most of all, BroadwayCon is a place where fans can come together to celebrate their passions and revel in the magic that is the theatre.
  • Arlington, VA
    Avant Bard Theatre is a professional regional company dedicated to producing the best in classics, both time-tested and contemporary. The Scripts In Play Festival is an annual celebration of new plays that exhibit a fresh take on a classic story or theme. These plays align with Avant Bard’s dedication to producing works that further our society’s conversation with dramatic literary classics — either time-tested or contemporary classics. Avant Bard is especially interested in staging plays by local playwrights that celebrate and highlight the experiences of people of color, trans and gender...
  • We are pleased to announce the launch of PlayList: a new short play development series. PlayList is for writers of any background, identity, education or experience level who are interested in honing their work on a short script with a room full of artists experienced in new play development. The CRY HAVOC Company believes that writing a script doesn’t have to be a solitary experience. Collaborative feedback at key points in your writing process can bring you closer to your goals. Our approach to script development places your writing goals at the center of the workshop process, ensuring...
  • Pipeline’s Playlab is a playwrights group that aids and encourages artists in growing their biggest, wildest ideas into imaginative and daring new plays. Through monthly meetings, one-on-one dramaturgical support, and workshop-events, each writer is supported in developing their ambitious initial concept into a new script over the course of a year! In line with our vision, we want you to send us your most impossible idea for a play that you are dying to write. We are looking for plays that bend the rules, and playwrights who crave a space in which they can dive into new, uncharted territory...
  • Tampa, FL
    The Tampa International Fringe Festival was founded in 2016, and lives in the heart of Historic Ybor City. As a member of the Canadian Association of Fringe Festivals (CAFF), the Tampa Fringe abides by specific principles — to promote inclusivity, allow for creative freedom, to give 100% of the base ticket price to artists, and more. Our five day festival encompasses everything that hasn’t found a home yet on the main stage at the performing arts center. Fringe is your best friend ranting about the rising price of gas. It’s is the big new musical. Fringe is the backpacker from the other side...
  • Toms River, NJ
    In Death's Company engages in theatre of a darker tone, addressing difficult themes and concepts, and isn't afraid to blur preconceived lines commonly considered to be concrete. We believe that a strong, passionate community is often the most powerful tool in creating a thriving theatre. We are looking to bring about a forum for new and emerging artists in any and all creative fields: i.e., one-act festivals, open-mic nights, galleries, monologue nights, slam poetry, drag shows, etc. We will engage in art freely and openly. In Death's Company will highlight members of the theatrical...