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Nurture, Develop and Produce New Musicals

Festival of New Musicals

In 1989, the Festival of New Musicals was created to provide a forum to celebrate the new musicals that were being produced and presented around the country. Since then, the Festival has introduced musical theatre producers to 261 shows and 491 writers from around the world. More than 85% have gone on to subsequent readings, workshops, productions and tours, been licensed, and/or recorded on cast albums as a direct result of the Festival.

NAMT members receive VIP access to the Festival, including priority seating, members-only networking events and parties. Plus additional opportunities to meet the writers, be first in line to express interest in a show, connect with other NAMT members to discuss collaboration opportunities, and follow the shows as they develop after the Festival.

 

Frank Young Fund for New Musicals

        Grants of up to $10,000 to support writer residencies, workshops and full productions of new musicals.

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Collaborate

Conferences

NAMT’s two annual conferences focus on adaptability, sharing successes, and concrete ideas members can take back to their theatres and implement quickly, plus tons of lively discussion and networking time leading to career-long relationships and a network of colleagues you can call on year-round. Conferences are open only to members and invited guests, and members receive the lowest possible rates to attend.


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Roundtables

More intimate, informal one-day Roundtables are held on a variety of topics with a focus on case studies and local knowledge, both in New York and hosted by member theatres around the country. New Works Roundtables are typically held in conjunction with festivals or productions of new musicals at member theatres, and Writers’ Roundtables, held annually in New York, bring Festival alumni writers and member producers together to build connections and explore models of collaboration. Roundtables are also held on a variety of management and community engagement topics.

Newsletters

  • Monthly News & Notes with the latest member and alumni news
  • Monthly New Works News featuring Festival show updates, new works in development around the country and more

Promote Your Projects

Networking & Staff Consultation

Networking is a common thread through many of our member benefits. NAMT events provide unique opportunities to make connections with other producers, writers, licensors and others. Our tight-knit association of members keeps in touch year-round. NAMT’s staff is available to assist you in finding new work, connecting with fellow members and with writers.

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Innovate

Innovation & Exploration Fund

Grants to help pilot new capacity-building programs to advance your mission, in technology, accessibility, community engagement and more.


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Save Money

Set and Costume Registry

Earn revenues by listing sets, costumes and props for sale or rent on the Set and Costume Registry, one of the most highly-trafficked parts of our website. Only NAMT members may list on the registry, but it can be viewed by all website visitors, including hundreds who come directly to the Registry page searching for rental items.


Discounts and Partnerships

Deals on car rental, NYC hotels, rehearsal studios, cast recordings, technology and fundraising tools and more.

 

Surveys

  • The Salary & Benefits Survey shows what other theatres across the country are paying for key positions, helping you budget and negotiate
  • The Success Survey tracks how specific musicals have performed for members around the country, to help with programming and marketing decisions, and negotiations with licensors
  • NAMT by the Numbers provides a valuable overview of the membership and the industry

 

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