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54 Below

Join us on March 30 as we turn the spotlight on four more of our Festival alumni: Adam Gwon, Michael Kooman & Chris Dimond, and Alan Schmuckler.

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Special Preview Event!

Brooks Atkinson Theatre, 256 West 47th Street (between Broadway & 8th Ave)

Celebrate the arrival on Broadway of It Shoulda Been You (Fest ’09), with book and lyrics by Brian Hargrove and music by Barbara Anselmi!  Join us on Monday, April 6 for a preview performance at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre, followed by a reception with members of the cast and creative team.

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It's All About The Donor: Singing To Your Patrons With One Voice

Charlotte, NC

At this conference, we’ll focus on the patron as donor and the donor as patron, exploring topics such as collaboration and communication, corporate funding, community engagement and more with NAMT members and other experts from Charlotte businesses and arts organizations. Plus plenty of time to network and socialize with your colleagues and explore Charlotte’s vibrant Center City.


New World Stages, 340 W 50th Street, New York, NY

Songwriter Spotlight Concert @54 Below

Songwriter Spotlight at 54 Below

Set & Costume Registry

Set & Costume Registry

It Shoulda Been You on Broadway!

It Shoulda Been You on Broadway!

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Spring Conference

It's All About The Donor

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The process of choosing the right technology may seem daunting. The secret is that there are five questions that have almost nothing to do with technology that are the ones that really matter. These questions will help ensure your transition process is coherent and efficient, and that you’ll ultimately make the best decision for your organization.


Courtney Kochuba, Marketing Associate at Samuel French, will share the latest trends and tips for success in social media marketing and engagement.


Mark Hardy will present case studies of successful partnerships undertaken at Montclair State University to develop musicals in their New Works Initiative.




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Last season, the NAMT members collectively…

  • Employed over 30,000 people
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