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The People of Color Representation Roundtable exists as a one-of-a-kind experiment wherein a room of artists of all disciplines may share work with and solicit feedback from a group that is 100% exclusively comprised of people of color. Part writers circle, part discussion forum and part low-key performance salon, the POC Roundtable offer artists of color the rare experience of sharing work at any point in the development process with an all-POC audience in a safe space. Participating artists discover what their movement, voice and credo reveal themselves to be when the world suddenly becomes a room where you are no longer “the minority” for a precious 3-hour block of time 1-2x per month. By founding the POC Roundtable, Musical Theatre Factory aims to decenter whiteness and to ask the question of what musical theatre could be made, would be made, if the room where it happens happened to be a room comprised of a diverse group of people of color.



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The People of Color Representation Roundtable exists as a one-of-a-kind experiment wherein a room of artists of all disciplines may share work with and solicit feedback from a group that is 100% exclusively comprised of people of color. Part writers circle, part discussion forum and part low-key performance salon, the POC Roundtable offer artists of color the rare experience of sharing work at any point in the development process with an all-POC audience in a safe space. Participating artists discover what their movement, voice and credo reveal themselves to be when the world suddenly becomes a room where you are no longer “the minority” for a precious 3-hour block of time 1-2x per month. By founding the POC Roundtable, Musical Theatre Factory aims to decenter whiteness and to ask the question of what musical theatre could be made, would be made, if the room where it happens happened to be a room comprised of a diverse group of people of color.



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Monthly drop-in song clinic and safe-space sharing forum devoted to showcasing Women and Trans artists. In this supportive creative circle, musical theater creators, performers, directors, designers, choreographers, producers and dreamers who identify as women or trans each receive 15-25 minutes of uninterrupted sharing time, with the potential for feedback.


In residence with Playwrights Downtown, Musical Theatre Factory provides a room to house, this commitment-free, all-support round table which seeks to subvert a dominant paradigm and bust through the glass ceiling to women and trans writers as well as to provide an entry-point to other MTF “assembly line” development programs for writers new to the Factory.


We want to offer our writers professional feedback and exposure to successful women and trans writers in the field. So we’ve invited some of the industry’s most successful women and trans artists to join us as special guests!

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The People of Color Representation Roundtable exists as a one-of-a-kind experiment wherein a room of artists of all disciplines may share work with and solicit feedback from a group that is 100% exclusively comprised of people of color. Part writers circle, part discussion forum and part low-key performance salon, the POC Roundtable offer artists of color the rare experience of sharing work at any point in the development process with an all-POC audience in a safe space. Participating artists discover what their movement, voice and credo reveal themselves to be when the world suddenly becomes a room where you are no longer “the minority” for a precious 3-hour block of time 1-2x per month. By founding the POC Roundtable, Musical Theatre Factory aims to decenter whiteness and to ask the question of what musical theatre could be made, would be made, if the room where it happens happened to be a room comprised of a diverse group of people of color.



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Monthly drop-in song clinic and safe-space sharing forum devoted to showcasing Women and Trans artists. In this supportive creative circle, musical theater creators, performers, directors, designers, choreographers, producers and dreamers who identify as women or trans each receive 15-25 minutes of uninterrupted sharing time, with the potential for feedback.


In residence with Playwrights Downtown, Musical Theatre Factory provides a room to house, this commitment-free, all-support round table which seeks to subvert a dominant paradigm and bust through the glass ceiling to women and trans writers as well as to provide an entry-point to other MTF “assembly line” development programs for writers new to the Factory.


We want to offer our writers professional feedback and exposure to successful women and trans writers in the field. So we’ve invited some of the industry’s most successful women and trans artists to join us as special guests!

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The People of Color Representation Roundtable exists as a one-of-a-kind experiment wherein a room of artists of all disciplines may share work with and solicit feedback from a group that is 100% exclusively comprised of people of color. Part writers circle, part discussion forum and part low-key performance salon, the POC Roundtable offer artists of color the rare experience of sharing work at any point in the development process with an all-POC audience in a safe space. Participating artists discover what their movement, voice and credo reveal themselves to be when the world suddenly becomes a room where you are no longer “the minority” for a precious 3-hour block of time 1-2x per month. By founding the POC Roundtable, Musical Theatre Factory aims to decenter whiteness and to ask the question of what musical theatre could be made, would be made, if the room where it happens happened to be a room comprised of a diverse group of people of color.



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Monthly drop-in song clinic and safe-space sharing forum devoted to showcasing Women and Trans artists. In this supportive creative circle, musical theater creators, performers, directors, designers, choreographers, producers and dreamers who identify as women or trans each receive 15-25 minutes of uninterrupted sharing time, with the potential for feedback.


In residence with Playwrights Downtown, Musical Theatre Factory provides a room to house, this commitment-free, all-support round table which seeks to subvert a dominant paradigm and bust through the glass ceiling to women and trans writers as well as to provide an entry-point to other MTF “assembly line” development programs for writers new to the Factory.


We want to offer our writers professional feedback and exposure to successful women and trans writers in the field. So we’ve invited some of the industry’s most successful women and trans artists to join us as special guests!

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The People of Color Representation Roundtable exists as a one-of-a-kind experiment wherein a room of artists of all disciplines may share work with and solicit feedback from a group that is 100% exclusively comprised of people of color. Part writers circle, part discussion forum and part low-key performance salon, the POC Roundtable offer artists of color the rare experience of sharing work at any point in the development process with an all-POC audience in a safe space. Participating artists discover what their movement, voice and credo reveal themselves to be when the world suddenly becomes a room where you are no longer “the minority” for a precious 3-hour block of time 1-2x per month. By founding the POC Roundtable, Musical Theatre Factory aims to decenter whiteness and to ask the question of what musical theatre could be made, would be made, if the room where it happens happened to be a room comprised of a diverse group of people of color.



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Feb 10, 2019 @ 1:00 pm 4:00 pm

Monthly drop-in song clinic and safe-space sharing forum devoted to showcasing Women and Trans artists. In this supportive creative circle, musical theater creators, performers, directors, designers, choreographers, producers and dreamers who identify as women or trans each receive 15-25 minutes of uninterrupted sharing time, with the potential for feedback.

In residence with Playwrights Downtown, Musical Theatre Factory provides a room to house, this commitment-free, all-support round table which seeks to subvert a dominant paradigm and bust through the glass ceiling to women and trans writers as well as to provide an entry-point to other MTF “assembly line” development programs for writers new to the Factory.

We want to offer our writers professional feedback and exposure to successful women and trans writers in the field. So we’ve invited some of the industry’s most successful women and trans artists to join us as special guests!

Details

Date:
Sun, Feb 10
Time:
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Cost:
Free
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Website:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/women-trans-round-table-registration-54045750294

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440 Lafayette St, White Box
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The People of Color Representation Roundtable exists as a one-of-a-kind experiment wherein a room of artists of all disciplines may share work with and solicit feedback from a group that is 100% exclusively comprised of people of color. Part writers circle, part discussion forum and part low-key performance salon, the POC Roundtable offer artists of color the rare experience of sharing work at any point in the development process with an all-POC audience in a safe space. Participating artists discover what their movement, voice and credo reveal themselves to be when the world suddenly becomes a room where you are no longer “the minority” for a precious 3-hour block of time 1-2x per month. By founding the POC Roundtable, Musical Theatre Factory aims to decenter whiteness and to ask the question of what musical theatre could be made, would be made, if the room where it happens happened to be a room comprised of a diverse group of people of color.



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Monthly drop-in song clinic and safe-space sharing forum devoted to showcasing Women and Trans artists. In this supportive creative circle, musical theater creators, performers, directors, designers, choreographers, producers and dreamers who identify as women or trans each receive 15-25 minutes of uninterrupted sharing time, with the potential for feedback.

In residence with Playwrights Downtown, Musical Theatre Factory provides a room to house, this commitment-free, all-support round table which seeks to subvert a dominant paradigm and bust through the glass ceiling to women and trans writers as well as to provide an entry-point to other MTF “assembly line” development programs for writers new to the Factory.

We want to offer our writers professional feedback and exposure to successful women and trans writers in the field. So we’ve invited some of the industry’s most successful women and trans artists to join us as special guests!

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The People of Color Representation Roundtable exists as a one-of-a-kind experiment wherein a room of artists of all disciplines may share work with and solicit feedback from a group that is 100% exclusively comprised of people of color. Part writers circle, part discussion forum and part low-key performance salon, the POC Roundtable offer artists of color the rare experience of sharing work at any point in the development process with an all-POC audience in a safe space. Participating artists discover what their movement, voice and credo reveal themselves to be when the world suddenly becomes a room where you are no longer “the minority” for a precious 3-hour block of time 1-2x per month. By founding the POC Roundtable, Musical Theatre Factory aims to decenter whiteness and to ask the question of what musical theatre could be made, would be made, if the room where it happens happened to be a room comprised of a diverse group of people of color.



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Sun, Dec 9 @ 1:00 pm 4:00 pm

Monthly drop-in song clinic and safe-space sharing forum devoted to showcasing Women and Trans artists. In this supportive creative circle, musical theater creators, performers, directors, designers, choreographers, producers and dreamers who identify as women or trans each receive 15-25 minutes of uninterrupted sharing time, with the potential for feedback.


In residence with Playwrights Downtown, Musical Theatre Factory provides a room to house, this commitment-free, all-support round table which seeks to subvert a dominant paradigm and bust through the glass ceiling to women and trans writers as well as to provide an entry-point to other MTF “assembly line” development programs for writers new to the Factory.


We want to offer our writers professional feedback and exposure to successful women and trans writers in the field. So we’ve invited some of the industry’s most successful women and trans artists to join us as special guests!

Details

Date:
Dec 9, 2018
Time:
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Event Tags:
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Website:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/women-trans-round-table-tickets-50437488887

Musical Theatre Factory

440 Lafayette St, White Box
New York, NY 10003 United States

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The People of Color Representation Roundtable exists as a one-of-a-kind experiment wherein a room of artists of all disciplines may share work with and solicit feedback from a group that is 100% exclusively comprised of people of color. Part writers circle, part discussion forum and part low-key performance salon, the POC Roundtable offer artists of color the rare experience of sharing work at any point in the development process with an all-POC audience in a safe space. Participating artists discover what their movement, voice and credo reveal themselves to be when the world suddenly becomes a room where you are no longer “the minority” for a precious 3-hour block of time 1-2x per month. By founding the POC Roundtable, Musical Theatre Factory aims to decenter whiteness and to ask the question of what musical theatre could be made, would be made, if the room where it happens happened to be a room comprised of a diverse group of people of color.

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Sun, Nov 11 @ 1:00 pm 4:00 pm

Monthly drop-in song clinic and safe-space sharing forum devoted to showcasing Women and Trans artists. In this supportive creative circle, musical theater creators, performers, directors, designers, choreographers, producers and dreamers who identify as women or trans each receive 15-25 minutes of uninterrupted sharing time, with the potential for feedback.

In residence with Playwrights Downtown, Musical Theatre Factory provides a room to house, this commitment-free, all-support round table which seeks to subvert a dominant paradigm and bust through the glass ceiling to women and trans writers as well as to provide an entry-point to other MTF “assembly line” development programs for writers new to the Factory.

We want to offer our writers professional feedback and exposure to successful women and trans writers in the field. So we’ve invited some of the industry’s most successful women and trans artists to join us as special guests!

Details

Date:
Nov 11, 2018
Time:
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Event Tags:
,
Website:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/women-trans-round-table-tickets-50437487884

Musical Theatre Factory

440 Lafayette St, White Box
New York, NY 10003 United States

People of Color Roundtable

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The People of Color Representation Roundtable exists as a one-of-a-kind experiment wherein a room of artists of all disciplines may share work with and solicit feedback from a group that is 100% exclusively comprised of people of color. Part writers circle, part discussion forum and part low-key performance salon, the POC Roundtable offer artists of color the rare experience of sharing work at any point in the development process with an all-POC audience in a safe space. Participating artists discover what their movement, voice and credo reveal themselves to be when the world suddenly becomes a room where you are no longer “the minority” for a precious 3-hour block of time 1-2x per month. By founding the POC Roundtable, Musical Theatre Factory aims to decenter whiteness and to ask the question of what musical theatre could be made, would be made, if the room where it happens happened to be a room comprised of a diverse group of people of color.

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Monthly drop-in song clinic and safe-space sharing forum devoted to showcasing Women and Trans artists. In this supportive creative circle, musical theater creators, performers, directors, designers, choreographers, producers and dreamers who identify as women or trans each receive 15-25 minutes of uninterrupted sharing time, with the potential for feedback.


In residence with Playwrights Downtown, Musical Theatre Factory provides a room to house, this commitment-free, all-support round table which seeks to subvert a dominant paradigm and bust through the glass ceiling to women and trans writers as well as to provide an entry-point to other MTF “assembly line” development programs for writers new to the Factory.


We want to offer our writers professional feedback and exposure to successful women and trans writers in the field. So we’ve invited some of the industry’s most successful women and trans artists to join us as special guests!

People of Color Roundtable

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The People of Color Representation Roundtable exists as a one-of-a-kind experiment wherein a room of artists of all disciplines may share work with and solicit feedback from a group that is 100% exclusively comprised of people of color. Part writers circle, part discussion forum and part low-key performance salon, the POC Roundtable offer artists of color the rare experience of sharing work at any point in the development process with an all-POC audience in a safe space. Participating artists discover what their movement, voice and credo reveal themselves to be when the world suddenly becomes a room where you are no longer “the minority” for a precious 3-hour block of time 1-2x per month. By founding the POC Roundtable, Musical Theatre Factory aims to decenter whiteness and to ask the question of what musical theatre could be made, would be made, if the room where it happens happened to be a room comprised of a diverse group of people of color.