Upcoming Events

August 5, 2:00 pm ET – Webinar

Online Town Hall: Marketing

Please join us for this open roundtable discussion of issues facing marketing personnel during the pandemic. (Please register for this town hall, just so we can get a head-count. You’ll be able to register and join us after we’ve started too.)

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August 6, 4:00 pm ET – Webinar

Online Town Hall: August 6

NAMT continues to host ongoing online town halls for members to come together (virtually) to discuss the challenges facing our theatres and our field during this crisis. Please join us to share how you’re handling this unprecedented moment, and learn from others. (Just click the “register” button when you’re ready to join the call; no advance registration required.)

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Week of October 19, 2020 (details tba)

Save the Dates: Fall Conference 2020

Online

We are currently evaluating how most effectively and safely to bring our Fall events to you. Save the dates and stay tuned for details.

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Week of October 19, 2020 (details tba)

Save The Dates: 32nd Annual Festival of New Musicals

Online

We are currently evaluating how most effectively and safely to bring our Fall events to you. Save the dates and stay tuned for details.

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Toronto, ON

The 2021 Spring Conference will be held in Toronto, ON on March 17-19, 2021, hosted by The Musical Stage Company and Sheridan College. Mark your calendar and make sure your passport is up-to-date now!

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Our Members

NAMT’s members make a vital impact in their communities — economically, in education, and by entertaining millions of people.

Last season, the NAMT members collectively…

  • Employed over 20,000 staff members and 14,000 artists
  • Staged more than 19,000 performances attended by 10 million people
  • Entertained over 543,000 loyal subscribers
  • Provided education programs for 1.5 million students and teachers
  • Had operating budgets totaling $680 million
  • Performed in 300 venues with a total of 189,000 seats
as of 8/27/19

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