SPECTATORIUM MEETUP LOCATION WILL BE ANNOUNCED AS SOON AS POSSIBLE!
Tous les 4 dimanche du mois
If you haven't yet joined NYC Non-Profit Musical Theatre, please do so now and post a clear photo of your own face on your profile--not a photo of yourself as a child, or your child or pet, or flowers, pussycats, puppies or anything similar. Proper identification is legally required for membership and participation in our upcoming productions, classes in all performing arts disciplines, workshops of new plays and musicals, and other programs. Our next meeting will be somewhere in the Midtown Manhattan vicinity. Once this is confirmed we'll announce it as soon as possible. It definitely WILL NOT BE AT WORLDWIDE PLAZA! We are in the process of incorporating as a 501(c)3 not-for-profit charitable organization and limited liability company, which entails forming a seven-member board of directors, and an advisory board. Once this is achieved and we've raised enough money through membership dues ($10.00 per month) and we've found a convenient performance space, centrally located to serve the Outer Boroughs, Long Island, Upstate NY, New Jersey and Connecticut, we will launch our FIRST PRODUCTION, a selection of songs & scenes by our RESIDENT COMPOSERS & PLAYWRIGHTS, along with short dances choreographed by our RESIDENT CHOREOGRAPHER, and film/video clips from our RESIDENT FILMMAKERS/VIDEOGRAPHERS, entitled "Spectatorium Sampler." This complicated process will require several months, so it's unlikely we'll have it onstage until after the first of 2019. HOWEVER, in the meantime, we'll be holding auditions, workshops and classes for PAID-UP members, and their are dozens of small jobs to be done in the meanwhile. For those of you on limited incomes, either students, seniors or socially disadvantaged, for whom $120.00 annual dues are too much, you can donate your time, skills and labor instead, or work part-time to make up the difference. Once we have our 501(c)3 status approved, all contributions and donations will be tax-deductible, whether cash or in-kind goods and services. Once we are fully operational, we'll develop and present musicals, plays, dance events and films for audiences at affordable ticket prices. The first show will be a small-cast, one-set musical, and if we find the kind of location we hope, with several performance spaces under one roof, we'll start workshopping several productions. KEEP AN EYE OPEN FOR FURTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS THROUGHOUT THE MONTH, ESPECIALLY IF THE WEATHER TURNS NASTY.