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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.



People of Color Round Table

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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.



Women & Trans Round Table

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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 Round Table

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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.



Women & Trans Round Table

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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 Round Table

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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.



Women & Trans Round Table

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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 Round Table

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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.



Women & Trans Round Table

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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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New York, NY 10003 United States
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Open Share

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Feb 5, 2019 @ 8:00 pm 11:00 pm

Open Share is a place for anyone — writer, writer/performer, composer, choreographer, director –  who is developing a piece of musical theater to show up and share it, chat about it, get feedback if they want, or just to chat broadly about their work experiences. If you’re seeking a positive environment for peer feedback and support on your musical theater projects, this is a space for you.

While drop-ins are welcome, we encourage you to register online.

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Date:
Tue, Feb 5
Time:
8:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Cost:
Free
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Website:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/open-share-tickets-55053152461

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Musical Theatre Factory
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Website:
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Musical Theatre Factory

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

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Jan 28, 2019 @ 7:00 pm 10:00 pm

Join us for our January Salon hosted by the marvelous Shaina Taub and featuring the talents of the entire MTF community; maybe even YOU!


Gather at 7:00PM / Performances at 7:30PM


Shaina Taub is a songwriter and performer. She has the won the Jonathan Larson Grant, the Fred Ebb Award and the Billie Burke Ziegfeld Award and has an ongoing concert residency at Joe’s Pub. She starred in her musical adaptation of Twelfth Night in the Public Theater’s Free Shakespeare in the Park this past summer, featuring the Public Works community. She’s currently writing a musical about the American women’s suffrage movement and she’s writing lyrics for the upcoming musical of The Devil Wears Prada, with music by Sir Elton John, and. Her albums are available at http://www.shainataub.com.


Our free monthly Factory Salons showcase artists of the MTF family while uniting us to celebrate art, musical theatre, and community. Whether it’s a full performance with background singers, a quick melody plucked at the piano, a concept you sprouted over breakfast, or a design you’ve been developing for years, we’ll meet you wherever you’re at in the creative process. Drinks available at a donation-based cash bar. We can’t wait to celebrate our community and share new work with one another once again.


Brand new to MTF? Perfect! Salons are a phenomenal opportunity for newcomers to check us out and learn about ways to get involved. Plus, there’s always an open mic portion for anyone interested in sharing their new work.

Details

Date:
Mon, Jan 28
Time:
7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Event Tags:
Website:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mtf-factory-salon-tickets-54405118173

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Musical Theatre Factory
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Website:
https://mtf.nyc

Musical Theatre Factory

440 Lafayette St, White Box
New York, NY 10003 United States
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People of Color Round Table

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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.



Meet & Make: The Actor-Director Collaboration

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Jan 14, 2019 @ 6:30 pm 9:30 pm

Who wants to start the new year in the rehearsal room?  For January’s ‘Meet & Make’, actors and directors will gather for a group discussion/practicum on the tactics used to unlock theatrical moments, make strong choices, and enact quick adjustments during a rehearsal process. After group introductions and discussion, we’ll shift to putting theory into practice.  Actors and directors will pair up and explore text with pages in hand in front of the group. The goal of this Meet & Make is to create a low stakes environment to facilitate new collaborations and give all attendees a taste of how individual artists work in the privacy of a rehearsal studio. No final product. No job on the line. Just artists meeting other artists and collectively improving their skills.

Meet & Make:  The Actor-Director Collaboration will take place on Monday January 14 from 6:30-9:30pm.  Spots are limited and will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.  To participate, complete the form below.

https://goo.gl/forms/D0fZZR5p7EFEM60k2

Details

Date:
Mon, Jan 14
Time:
6:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Event Tags:
Website:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/meet-make-the-actor-director-collaboration-registration-54404787183

Organizer

Musical Theatre Factory
Email:
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Website:
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Musical Theatre Factory

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New York, NY 10003 United States
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Women & Trans Round Table

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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!

Meet & Make: Songsmiths

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Jan 11, 2019 All day

A jam session/open workspace where poets and composers come together to create songs in a pressure-free environment. We hope to foster inventive and innovative storytelling and songwriting, and to inspire future collaboration among the artists gathered from across various communities.

The Musical Theatre Factory & Poetic Theater Productions are now accepting applications from composers and poets to participate in the Meet & Make: Songsmiths lab taking place Sunday January 27th from 1-5PM.

Over the course of that time, all artists (10 composers, 10 poets) will participate in 2 separate pairings with a new collaborator. Each pairing will result in an original song. At the end of the lab, artists will have an opportunity to share the work they’ve made with their fellow lab members. Pianos will be on the premises but with a large group, there will be limited access. We strongly encourage composers who work with other instruments to bring their instruments with them.

Musical Theatre Factory and Poetic Theater Productions have collaborated for three years on the annual Poetic Lyricism showcase in the Poetic License Festival at the Wild Project. Work created or inspired during this lab will be given priority in being included in the annual Poetic Lyricism Showcase.

To apply: Complete the application form below before January 11th, 2019. We will announce workshop participants on January 15th, 2019.

https://goo.gl/forms/BL0CAnuFCUHzyf4G3

Please note: applicants must have availability from: 12:30PM-5:30PM Sunday, January 27th

Musical Theatre Factory

440 Lafayette St, White Box
New York, NY 10003 United States
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THE ANNUAL MTF HOLIDAY SALON

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The tree vendors are out, the lights are twinkling, and the most wonderful time of the year is upon New York City! Join us as we celebrate the season, reflect on 2018, and share in new holiday-themed work from members of MTF, all hosted by the wondrous Alana Jacoby, Samuel Salmond, and Jennifer Stafford. An optional toy donation for Toys for Tots will be collected at the door! The attire for the evening is cozy pajamas, so come cuddle and sing the night away with MTF.

Alana Jacoby wrote the lyrics and book for When We’re Gone (Lyric Theater of Oklahoma 2018) and Trivøya Gold, represents the Jewish sixth of the hosts, and knows the story of A Christmas Carol like the back of Gonzo’s hand. Sam Salmond is Jonathan Larson Award winning composer/ lyricist. He’s writing the scores to Eighty-Sixed, The Homefront, Creature and more! Each year, When Santa and his team are flying around the world, Sam and Mrs Claus get drunk and trash talk every. single. reindeer. Jenny Stafford is an award-winning lyricist and bookwriter whose works include The Homefront, Extended Stay, Prodigy, The Artist and the Scientist, Awakening, Paramour, and others….and her love of Christmas knows no bounds.

Don’t have any holiday themed work to share? Challenge yourself to pick up a pen and start writing that next multi-million dollar Mariah Carey Christmas classic! Perhaps you instead write a song reflecting on 2018 and the brand new spankin’ year ahead. Or become the Irving Berlin that Hanukkah never had (“I Had A Little Dreidel” can only get us so far…). All ideas will do!

For more information and to request a slot, email Carmen and Brandon at salon@mtf.nyc.

Our free monthly Factory Salons showcase artists of the MTF family while uniting us to celebrate art, musical theatre, and community. Whether it’s a full performance with background singers, a quick melody plucked at the piano, a concept you sprouted over breakfast, or a design you’ve been developing for years, we’ll meet you wherever you’re at in the creative process.

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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.



Women & Trans Round Table

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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

Open Share

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Open Share is a place for anyone who considers themselves a creator of musical theater – writer, writer/performer, composer, choreographer, director – to show up and share it, chat about it, get feedback if they want, or just to chat broadly about their work experiences. Anyone is welcome to drop by. If you’re seeking a positive environment for peer feedback and support on your musical theater projects, this is a space for you.

MTF November Salon

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Our November Salon will be Monday, November 19. Gather at 7PM with performances starting at 7:30pm at Playwrights Downtown (440 Lafayette) in the Moss!

Salons are a FREE monthly Factory event for all showcasing artists of the MTF family while uniting us in celebration of art, musical theatre, and community. Whether it’s a full performance with background singers, a concept you sprouted over breakfast, or a design you’ve been developing for years, we’ll meet you wherever you’re at in the creative process. Plus, there’s always a donation-based bar available for drinks to help that community flow.

Want to share a piece or request wall space to showcase art?
Email salon line producers Carmen and Brandon at salon@mtf.nyc and we’ll try to reserve you a spot. We’d truly love to have your talent featured. And remember, we always have open mic slots available for any newcomers, so bring your friends!

Whether you share work or simply watch the new ideas flow, we can’t wait to celebrate our beautiful, art-creating community with you at the Salon.

Please ensure you RSVP so we have a proper headcount! Happy creating!