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October 14 at 6:30 pm

The 46th Minute 2015

Great Songs that Almost Made the Cut

New World Stages, 340 W. 50th Street, NYC

This year’s writers will share some amazing songs from their shows that will NOT be heard at the Festival.

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

Industry registration is open for this year’s Festival. Check out the lineup of 8 new musicals, or register now!


The Spark of Collaboration

TKP New York Conference Center, 109 West 39th Street, New York, NY

NAMT’s Fall Conference is the musical theatre networking event of the year, bringing NAMT members together to discuss important issues pertaining to the business of new work development and the future of musical theatre.


hosted by Dallas Theater Center and Dallas Summer Musicals

Dallas, TX

Save the dates for the 2016 Spring Conference in Dallas, TX. Topic and more details Coming soon!

27th Annual Festival of New Musicals

27th Annual Festival of New Musicals

Fall Conference 2015

Fall Conference 2015

The 46th Minute

The 46th Minute: Great Songs That Almost Made The Cut

Set & Costume Registry

Set & Costume Registry

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Knowledge Exchange

Are you taking full advantage of your NAMT member benefits? NAMT offers a wide variety of programs, services, discounts and deals available to all employees of member organizations. Membership Director Adam Grosswirth walks you through all of the available benefits, including a tour of the members only features of our website.


NAMT New Works Director and Festival Producing Director Branden Huldeen will walk you through the application process for this year’s Festival of New Musicals.


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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