Moving Forward:

Submissions & Getting Produced

Here are some articles on how to get your musical in front of the right people. Learn about self-producing as well as how to build your audience, practice your pitch, and start submitting!

Breaking Down Broadway Key Art: Fonts

Breaking Down Broadway Key Art: Fonts

Think of any Broadway musical you’ve seen, and most likely the key art (the show’s brand image) is one of the first things that comes to mind. Designers are very intentional when choosing fonts for a Broadway show’s title treatment. Each has a unique function and exudes a specific style and mood. Here’s a comparison of fonts used in popular Broadway shows.

The Business of Broadway: Roles & Responsibilities

The Business of Broadway: Roles & Responsibilities

Even if you’re not quite ready for production, it’s helpful to have a working knowledge of all the roles involved in creating and producing a show. Here’s a breakdown of many of the personnel utilized when taking a show from page to stage.

Developing Your Musical During the Shutdown

Developing Your Musical During the Shutdown

Continuing to develop your musical during the Broadway shutdown depends on diligence, discipline, and dedication to your craft. Here are 7 tasks that can keep you moving forward!

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