October 20 @ 8:00 pm
Musical Theater Factory is thrilled to welcome you to the October virtual Salon! Please note this event is on Wednesday, October 20th, 2021 Musical Theater Factory is thrilled to welcome […]
October 25 @ 12:00 pm
Currently scheduled EVERY Monday from 12-2pm EST! To meet the current needs of our artistic community, MTF introduces “Co-working On It.” Every Monday from 12:00-2:00pm, artists will be able to […]
November 2 @ 6:00 pm
The Virtual POC Roundtable is a space EXCLUSIVELY for POC musical storytellers to gather, share work/ideas, and/or receive feedback. Join us for MTF’s Virtual People of Color Roundtable! Please note […]
November 9 @ 6:00 pm
A space for creators who identify as Trans, Non-binary, Genderqueer/Non-Conforming, Intersex, or anywhere under the broader Trans umbrella. MTF’s Trans/Non Binary Roundtable is a monthly virtual drop-in devoted exclusively to […]
November 16 @ 6:00 pm
MTF’s Women’s Roundtable is a monthly virtual drop-in devoted to all musical theater creators who identify as women. We recognize that participants come from different lived experiences and perspectives that […]
Musical Theatre Factory is thrilled for this new chapter of artistic leadership and congratulates Mei Ann Teo on their new role at Oregon Shakespeare Festival after three banner years at […]
Theater artists are exploring technologies like virtual reality to expand what live performance can be.By Adam Feldman Posted: Wednesday October 28 2020 I am standing on a beach, watching a dance that […]
New York’s Musical Theatre Factory is teaming up with immersive tech evangelists to offer a year of programming around extended realities for the stage. Change begins at home, especially for […]
New York, NY — Following the success of the inaugural Makers I, Makers II brings a new cohort of resident artists to MTF. From a pool of over 120 submissions, 30 evaluators from around the country read and ranked each application. Each application is read by at least 3 people—and at least 1 POC—as a fundamental way to dismantle the white gaze in the evaluation process. Finalists are interviewed by a panel of brilliant leaders in the field before being voted on by the panel and the current Makers cohort.
MTF Makers II consists of: Rona Siddiqui; Storm Thomas; é boylan; David Gomez & John-Michael Lyles; Alex Hare, Nehemiah Luckett & Zhailon Levingston; Nia Witherspoon is named the inaugural MTFxR Maker; Whitney White is named the MTF/STARR Maker in partnership with The Bushwick Starr.
New York, NY — Musical Theatre Factory (MTF) is back for a seventh season and continues to support new musical theater development in familiar and innovative ways. After moving the […]
Washington, DC— The National Endowment for the Arts announced today its guidelines to swiftly distribute funding to nonprofit arts organizations from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act […]
For GQ’s Give It Up series, playwright and composer Michael R. Jackson talks about the importance of Musical Theatre Factory, the organization devoted to underrepresented voices that first produced his […]
Musical Theatre Factory (MTF) is launching online programming to continue providing the community of makers and lovers of musical theatre with spaces to gather, create, and inspire. Programming begins on […]
Musical Theatre Factory announces the inaugural MTF MAKERS cohort: Troy Anthony, Jacob Jarrett, Kit Yan and Melissa Li, Tidtaya Sinotoke and Ty Defoe, AriDy Nox and Brandon Webster, and Jillian […]
Musical Theatre Factory will present the Developmental Residency presentation of Agent 355, a new punk-rock musical with Music, Lyrics, and Book by Preston Max Allen and Book and Dramaturgy by Jessica Kahkoska. Agent 355 is directed by Estefanía Fadul and features music direction and orchestrations by Madeline Smith ,with General Management by Simpson & Longthorne Theatricals and MTF Creative Producing by Maggie Snyder. Stage Management by Joanna Pisano.