NYMF alumns Brenda Machabach and David Mauk, writers of The Time Machine the Musical, share their advice on participating in musical theatre festivals.Read More
Musical writers can take advantage of the crowd power and use festivals as a relatively economical way to reach an audience while preparing for the next stage of development. The gathering of artists also makes festival participation helpful for building a network for future projects.Read More
For director, executive producer, and choreographer Jonathan Cerullo, presenting a new musical involves clear communication with the show’s authors. A member of the Stage Director and Choreographers Society, Cerullo has often been tapped for readings, festival showcases, and event production.Read More
The 2016 New York Musical Festival, in conjunction with ASCAP, featured a panel discussion, For the Love of Originality: How to Invent New Stories in Musical Theater. (And, how to interest producers and audiences.)Read More
In Part 2 of of this series, Eric Sirota, a composer, lyricist, and bookwriter, shares his experiences on the festival scene, including NYMF, the Dream-Up Festival and the Midtown International Theatre Festival.Read More
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