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October 18-19, 2022

The Pershing Square Signature Center, 480 West 42nd Street, NYC

Join us in person in New York or online to discuss the latest in new musical development and production, plus networking with your NAMT colleagues, a sneak preview of the Festival, and more. Register now!


Attendance Eligibility

The Fall Conference is open to NAMT members in good standing and invited guests only. If you are not sure of your membership status, or are interested in attending the Conference as a way to learn more about membership, please email Member Services Director Adam Grosswirth.

Rates and Deadlines

The Fall Conference is a hybrid event, being held both in-person and online! Our website and app will allow attendees to connect whether they’re with us in New York or in their offices or homes around the world.

In-Person Attendance

In-person early registration rates for NAMT organizational members are:

  • $395 for the first attendee from a member organization
    • $360 for a second attendee from your organization
      • $335 for each additional attendee from the same organization
  • The Associate Member rate is $445
  • Non-members may attend the Conference by invitation only. Non-member rates are $125 more than organizational member rates above.

Register by September 18 for the above rates! All in-person prices will increase by $100 on September 19, 2022.

The final in-person registration deadline is October 10.

Online Attendance

Online registration rates for NAMT organizational members are:

  • $50 for the first attendee from a member organization
    • $40 for each additional attendee from the same organization
  • The Associate Member rate is $65
  • Student Members may attend the Fall Conference online only at a rate of $50
  • Non-members may attend the Conference by invitation only. Non-member online rates are $30 more than organizational member rates above.

Members attending online in conjunction with someone from their organization attending in person pay just $30 (non-members $60).

“Walk-up” online registrations may continue throughout the Conference!

Registration Process

Each in-person attendee will receive a badge, which gives you entry to the events (there are no tickets) and all attendees will receive and a login to our events app (both online and in person). Important pre-event information will be sent via email. Please provide each attendee’s information on the registration form. You may register multiple attendees from the same organization on the same form, for either the Fall Conference, the Festival of New Musicals, or both, and you may combine in-person and online registrations.

Your registration will not be complete until you click the SUBMIT button at the very end of the form and you have paid (if applicable). You will see a confirmation screen and receive an email upon completion.

Check payments must be received by October 10, 2022. If a registration is canceled due to non-payment, attendees will have to re-register at the current pricing.


Festival of New Musicals

The Festival of New Musicals is a separate event, but you may register for both events at once using this registration form. Or visit the Festival page for more details.



Tuesday, October 18, 2022 (All times ET)
10:30 - 11:00 amCheck-in & Coffee

The Bookstore Lobby
The Pershing Square Signature Center
480 West 42nd Street

In-person participants, get your badge and some coffee, make sure your app is set up, and start greeting your colleagues and friends. (You may be required to check in and show proof of vaccination on the ground floor of the Signature Center before you get to the NAMT check-in desk, even if you’ve already sent in your info to us.)

Online participants, the video lounge will be open and this is a perfect time to get set up and start making connections, too!

11:00 - 11:30 amWelcome Remarks

The Irene Diamond Stage
The Pershing Square Signature Center
480 West 42nd Street

11:30 am - 12:30 pmKeynote
12:30 - 1:30 pmConference Sessions TBD
1:30 - 3:00 pmLunch
3:00 - 5:15 pmConference Sessions TBD
5:00 - 7:00 pmNetworking Cocktail Party
Wednesday, October 19, 2022 (All times ET)
10:00 - 10:30 amCheck-in & Coffee

The Irene Diamond Stage
The Pershing Square Signature Center
480 West 42nd Street

10:30 am - 1:30 pmConference Sessions TBD
1:30 - 3:00 pmLunch (on your own)
3:00 - 5:00 pmConference Sessions TBD

As of 8/3/22. Subject to change!

Hotels & Accommodations

Yotel New York Times Square

570 Tenth Avenue at W 42nd Street


The Yotel New York Times Square is offering Fall Conference and Festival of New Musicals participants Premium Queen Cabins for $259/night (plus taxes and fees) for the nights of October 17 through October 21, 2022. Book by October 3, 2022 to get this offer. (Rates are good two days before and after these dates subject to availability.)

The Yotel is a unique hotel experience just steps from the Pershing Square Signature Center and a 15-minute walk to New World Stages. Yotel appeals to those who find traditional hotels uninspiring, searching for a different experience and not just a great sleep. They deliver that experience to Generation YO through awesome people, smart design and the creative use of technology, providing unique spaces, each with their own personality, connected by a sense of community, all delivered with a touch of fun and tons of passion.

Click here to book by October 3. If asked for a code, enter G2210NATION1.

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Hotel Offers Available for NAMT Members


NAMT members have access to discounted rates at multiple Midtown Manhattan hotels year-round. Visit the Discounts and Deals page and log in for details and to book one of these great hotels now.

Additional hotel offers for the week of the Fall Conference and Festival of New Musicals coming soon.

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Participation Guidelines

NAMT is committed to recognizing and celebrating the diversity of experiences, talents, skills, cultures and opinions that our members bring to our community, and specifically to our events. We invite you to participate in all of our Conferences, Roundtables, Festivals and other events, both online and in-person, in a spirit of open-mindedness, curiosity and respect.    

We want every NAMT event to be a safe, inclusive and productive environment for all participants. In that spirit, we ask you to…

  • Be inclusive, actively seeking and inviting diverse perspectives
  • Recognize that some people are comfortable responding quickly and verbally and others are not, and create space for those who may need more time to be heard
  • Listen to understand
  • Participate in an active and direct way, with professionalism and respect for others
  • Be considerate, kind, constructive and helpful in your language and actions
  • Use “I” statements and avoid generalizations
  • Assume good intentions but acknowledge impact
  • Ask questions if something isn’t clear, and receive both questions and answers with openness and generosity
  • Refrain from demeaning, discriminatory or harassing behavior and language
  • Respect confidentiality requests by speakers and other participants

We may take action (up to and including expulsion with no refund and exclusion from future events) to redress disruptive, disrespectful or offensive behavior or any other actions perceived by NAMT staff and/or Board to be in conflict with the above guidelines. 

We know that learning and working together can produce both joy and conflict. We recognize that to learn is to stumble, and we are striving to provide a space for risk, creativity, respect, appreciation, growth and collaboration. When addressing conflicts of any type, we commit to these Participation Guidelines.

Thank you to every NAMT community member for helping to make all of our events informative, inclusive and respectful.

COVID-19 Info

As of June 27, 2022, Signature Theatre is requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination and ID, as well as masks when in their space. See details below. This policy is subject to change. Check this page and your pre-event emails for details.

All persons shall be required to provide proof of full vaccination prior to entering the Space, including personnel and audience members. Individuals must be fully vaccinated with a U.S. Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) or World Health Organization (“WHO”) approved vaccine, currently: 
Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine
Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine
Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine (commonly referred to as Johnson & Johnson)
*This list may change in accordance with FDA approval  
In order to be considered “fully vaccinated,” individuals should receive their final dose of an FDA or WHO approved vaccine no later fourteen (14) days prior to the first day in the Space. Individuals may need to receive subsequent doses of the vaccine as recommended by their health care provider and public health authorities. 
Audience will be required to show photo I.D. and proof of vaccination at the door in the form of a CDC vaccination card, Excelsior pass, or other method as approved. 
Face masks are required while in the Space at all times, irrespective of vaccination status, except when doing so is incompatible or interferes with an individual’s job responsibilities or part of the performance such as performing on stage or in rehearsal or when eating/drinking in designated areas.