How a Show Gets to Broadway

We’re thrilled to go behind the scenes and discover all the working positions and parts that guide a show to Broadway. Specifically, we’ll discuss press and publicity, company management, marketing and producing. Come join us to get the inside scoop!

with

Lucas McMahon

Associate Producer on Hand To God, Something Rotten at Alchemation

Beth Watson

Senior Account Director at SpotCo

Michael Jorgensen

Press at O+M Co.

 

LOCATION:
Manhattan Theatre Club Studios
311 West 43rd Street

8th Floor

(between 8th and 9th Avenues)

Wednesday, June 10th, 2015 at 6:30PM

NEW MEMBERS WELCOME!!!
6:15PM New Member Sign Up
6:30PM Panel Discussion
7:30PM Pizza and Networking

RSVP IF YOU PLAN TO ATTEND!

Email Megan Kolb at

TIN@americantheatrewing.org

The American Theatre Wing’s Theatre Intern Network (TIN) creates social and professional development opportunities for interns in the theatrical community. The group presents exclusive opportunities to meet new people starting out in the industry and learn about the many facets of the theatre business. Anyone with a theatre internship is welcome to become a member and attend events.

Membership dues are $10.
Membership is good for one year (regardless of the length of your formal internship) which includes 15 meetings and various networking events.

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