Holiday Happenings: Auction & Panel
Spend a silent night or two browsing our Silent Auction
Make us merry and join us. Musical panel is tomorrow night. Holiday Silent Auction bidding ends Wednesday night!
Only three more nights to grab a great holiday gift and give TRU a gift at the same time. Don't sneak in at the last minute -- put a minimum bid on something now, and help get this action-packed Silent Auction buzzing. 76 items, and only 20 have bids so far! You drive a hard bargain -- so we've lowered some of the minimum bids in order to stimulate more bidding. Get into the spirit and you could get yourself a nice item for a fraction of its actual value.
Check out our online, holiday-themed Silent Auction at BiddingOwl.com/TRU. We have some great items for sale, including a Hyatt vacation package, tickets to Something Rotten, an autographed book by the great Terrance McNally, rare theater programs from the 50s, and some really beautiful pieces of jewelry. Click here.
Also, please join us for our December panel: Making Beautiful Music Together: Bringing New Works of Musical Theater to the Stage. More details below.
JOIN US FOR OUR DECEMBER PANEL: MAKING BEAUTIFUL MUSIC TOGETHER: BRINGING NEW WORKS OF MUSICAL THEATER TO THE STAGE
Tomorrow night, Tuesday, 12/15, Networking: 7PM, Panel: 7:30PM
Playroom Theater, 151 W. 46th St., 8th Floor
Non-members, purchase your ticket in advance here!
Panelists will include Ken Davenport (Spring Awakening revival, Daddy Long Legs, Allegiance), Lucas McMahon from Alchemation (Something Rotten!) and Martin Platt (Dames at Sea, My Life Is a Musical).
This will be a lively discussion about bringing new musicals to the stage. We will look at the developmental paths of recent musicals, and the patience and persistence it took for the producers to bring their shows into commercial production in New York this year. We'll talk about early development, consider the not-for-profit partnerships that helped shape the productions, how enhancement deals come into play, and the sometimes unexpected circumstances that dictate the course a new musical will take in its journey to the stage.
Click here for more details.