FREE SUNDAY SEMINAR 3/30/14: CONTRACTING FOR OFF-BROADWAY PROJECTS

Come to a FREE panel discussion featuring Off Broadway producers, general managers, and attorneys.  Sign up now!

CONTRACTING FOR OFF-BROADWAY PROJECTS

The seminar will feature Adam Hess (General Manager for Buyer & Cellar, Traces and My Name is Asher Lev), David Elliott (Producer of Bedlam’s Hamlet and Saint Joan, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, and the upcoming Broadway production of Dames at Sea) and attorney Peter Breger (Disaster!, Forbidden Broadway, The Two Character Play, The Fantasticks). Hugh Hysell (Director of Marketing and Development for NYU Skirball and producer of Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike and Peter and the Starcatcher), will moderate the discussion.

DATE:  Sunday, March 30, 2014

TIME:  Doors open at 11:30am for complimentary coffee and bagels. The panel will take place from Noon – 1:30pm with additional time allotted afterward for conversation with fellow attendees.

LOCATION:  Snapple Theater Center, 210 West 50th Street (at Broadway), 4th Floor

COST:  FREE!  (reservations are a must)

HOW IT WORKS:  Attendees are encouraged to pre-submit questions for the panelists when they submit their reservations. Questions will be asked live at the seminar.

REGISTER NOW!  Click here  (RSVP by 3/29/14)

 

About The Panelists:

Adam Hess is the Executive General Manager of DR Theatrical Management overseeing the Theatre (venue), Management, Advertising, and Licensing divisions within the Daryl Roth organization. Over the course of the last 13 years, he has supervised the construction of the DR2 Theatre, the renovation of the main venue, creation of the D-Lounge, the formation and development of the general management company, and the establishment of the advertising division. General Management credits include Buyer & Cellar (New York & national tour); My Name Is Asher Lev; Love, Loss, And What I Wore (New York & national tour); The Divine Sister; Through the NightDear Edwina; The Temperamentals; Die! Mommie! Die!; Manuscript; and Thom Pain. Hailing from Toronto, Mr. Hess holds a BFA in Musical Theatre from the University of Michigan and is a graduate of Columbia University’s School of the Arts, where he received an MFA in Theatre Management and Producing. He currently serves on the Board of the Off-Broadway League and is Chair of the Marketing Committee.

 

David Elliott is the Co-Director of Perry Street Theatricals. Producing credits include Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike (Tony Award and Off Broadway Alliance Award for Best New Play, Lend Me A Tenor The Musical (West End, Olivier nom.), Bedlam’s Hamlet/Saint Joan (Culture Project), an oak tree (Barrow Street, OBIE), In the Continuum (OBIE), Exits and Entrances (Edinburgh), Shylock, Treason (Perry Street), The Exonerated (Drama Desk, Lortel, Outer Critics). As General Manager: Bedlam’s Hamlet/Saint Joan (Culture Project), Date of a Lifetime (New Jersey Rep), Ethel Sings: Espionage in High C (The Beckett), White People (Atlantic), an oak tree (Barrow Street), and two seasons at Perry Street Theatre. Upcoming: Dames at Sea (Broadway), My Life is a Musical (Bay Street) and The Mapmakers Opera (NYMF).

 

Peter Breger is an entertainment attorney and general manager who has represented theatre and film producers, investors, commercial and non-profit theatres, writers, directors, and performers for over 25 years. He is a Tony-nominated producer of Broadway, Off-Broadway and regional theatre. He owned and operated The Actors’ Playhouse in Greenwich Village for 12 years. Mr. Breger is the Chairman of the Off Broadway Alliance.

 

Hugh Hysell is a Tony Award-winning Broadway producer and award winning marketer. His Broadway producing projects include Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike (2013 Tony Award and Off Broadway Alliance Award for Best Play), Peter and the Starcatcher (winner of 5 Tony Awards) and Impressionism. Off-Broadway, he has produced, conceived and directed The All-Male Importance of Being Earnest, Y-2-Gay the Musical and Seamen the Sailor Musical. Hugh is Director of Marketing and Development for NYU Skirball and formerly ran HHC Marketing where he has served as marketing director of over 200 Broadway and Off-Broadway shows. He serves on the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Multicultural Diversity Action Committee and is an Associate Professor at Columbia University. He is currently playing Maurizio in the Off-Broadway companies of My Big Gay Italian Wedding/Funeral. He has provided pro bono services to Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids, HRC, GLAAD, QSAC, and The Commercial Theatre Institute. He is a founding member of The Off Broadway Alliance and currently serves as a nominator for the Off Broadway Alliance Awards.

LAST CALL – Mentorship Application deadline extended!

Due to popular demand the OBA Mentorship Program has extended the application deadline.

HOW TO APPLY:

1. Online
Fill out the online application form here

2. Email
Download the application here and submitting it via email to obamentorship@gmail.com.

 

The OBA Mentorship Program accepting applications now!

The Off-Broadway Alliance Mentorship program returns in 2014 and is ready to pair theatrical Off-Broadway professionals with OBA members!

This program was created for those seeking guidance and advice on a specific artistic/theatrical project.  It is mandatory for the mentee to be working on a project during their mentorship.  All pairings are handled through an application and interview process in order to match professionals with mentees in their specific theatrical field. Accepting applications now through February 21, 2014!

HOW TO APPLY
1. Online
Fill out the online application form here

2. Email
Download the application here and submitting it via email to obamentorship@gmail.com by 2/21/14.

For more information click here.

FREE SUNDAY SEMINAR 1/12/14: CONNECTING THE OFF-BROADWAY PROJECT TO PRODUCER

Come to a FREE panel discussion featuring Off Broadway producers and writers.  Sign up now!

CONNECTING THE OFF-BROADWAY PROJECT TO PRODUCER

The seminar will feature Kellen Blair (co-creator of Murder For Two The Musical), Seth Rudetsky (co-creator of Disaster The Musical and producer of Unbroken Circle), James Wesley (playwright of Unbroken Circle and producer of Disaster the Musical) and Michael Alden (producer of Becoming Dr. Ruth, The Kings Speech, Grey Gardens, Bridge and Tunnel). Hugh Hysell, Director of Marketing and Development and Marketing for NYU Skirball and producer of Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike and Peter and the Starcatcher, will moderate the discussion.

DATE:  Sunday, January 12, 2014

TIME:  Doors open at 11:30am for complimentary coffee and bagels. The panel will take place from Noon – 1:30pm with additional time allotted afterward for conversation with fellow attendees.

LOCATION:  Snapple Theater Center, 210 West 50th Street (at Broadway), 4th Floor

COST:  FREE!  (reservations are a must)

HOW IT WORKS:  Attendees are encouraged to pre-submit questions for the panelists when they submit their reservations. Questions will be asked live at the seminar.

REGISTER NOW!  Click here  (RSVP by 1/11/14)

 

About The Panelists:
SETH RUDETSKY is currently represented Off Broadway as the co-creator and star of DISASTER THE MUSICAL. Seth is the afternoon Broadway host on SiriusXM satellite radio and has played piano for more than a dozen Broadway shows including LES MIZ, PHANTOM and RAGTIME and was the Artist Producer/Music Director for the first five annual Actors Fund Concerts including DREAMGIRLS (with Audra McDonald) and HAIR (with Oscar Winner Jennifer Hudson), including the Grammy Nominated CD. In 2007 he played Sheldon on Broadway in THE RITZ with Rosie Perez (directed by Joe Montello) and in 2010 he starred in THEY’RE PLAYING OUR SONG opposite Sutton Foster. On TV, he’s appeared as a real estate agent on LAW AND ORDER: C.I, a Las Vegas choreographer on ALL MY CHILDREN (as Rudy) and on MTV’s LEGALLY BLONDE reality show and Bravo’s KATHY GRIFFIN SHOW as himself. He’s written the books THE Q GUIDE TO BROADWAY, BROADWAY NIGHTS (in it’s 3rd printing) and the recent MY AWESOME/AWFUL POPULARITY PLAN (Random House). His new reality show can be viewed on his online TV network: www.SethTV.com.

JAMES WESLEY, a playwright, actor, and producer, is the author of the critically acclaimed UNBROKEN CIRCLE, which recently concluded a five month run at St. Luke’s Theatre and will next be produced in San Antonio, TX. His newest play, ART AND SCIENCE, was workshopped with Len Cariou and Mario Cantone, then had a showcase run starring Tony nominees Tony Sheldon and John Tartaglia and will soon be produced in Dallas, TX and then Off-Broadway.

KELLEN BLAIR is currently represented Off Broadway at New World Stages with MURDER FOR TWO (co-created with Joe Kinosian); the show made it’s OffBroadway debut at Second Stage Uptown (summer, 2013). Prior to New York, Kellen won the 2011 Joseph Jefferson Award (along with Joe) recognizing MURDER FOR TWO as the Best New Musical Work in Chicago following its record-breaking seven month run at Chicago Shakespeare Theater. The two were also named the winners of the 2013 ASCAP Foundation Mary Rodgers / Lorenz Hart award for promising musical theatre writers. Kellen’s other work with Joe has been performed recently at the Music Box Theatre on Broadway (2013 Theatre World Awards), 54 Below (John Tartaglia’s 2013 solo concert) the Kennedy Center (2012 Broadway Today and Tomorrow), the York Theatre (2012 NEO Concert), the Kaufman Center (2012 Bound for Broadway), and cabaret spaces across the city. Their past work also includes Pirates Don’t Change Diapers for TheatreWorks USA. Kellen is working on a variety of new shows with Joe and is also developing an original musical with Broadway composer Larry Grossman. Kellen studied musical theatre writing at the Academy for New Musical Theatre (in North Hollywood), and he is an advanced member of the BMI Musical Theatre Writing Workshop, and an alum of the Johnny Mercer Songwriting Project. He’s a proud member of ASCAP and the Dramatists Guild.

MICHAEL ALDEN: Broadway: GREY GARDENS The Musical (Tony® nomination Best Musical), BRIDGE & TUNNEL on Broadway by and with Sarah Jones (2006 Special TONY Award). West End: THE KING’S SPEECH at The Wyndham’s Theatre, the multi-award-winning BAT BOY the Musical at the Shaftesbury Theatre. Off Broadway: BECOMING DR. RUTH at The Westside Theater, SPALDING GRAY: STORIES LEFT TO TELL at the Minetta Lane Theatre, Sarah Jones’ BRIDGE & TUNNEL at The Culture Project, BAT BOY THE MUSICAL at the Union Square Theatre, SAVE IT FOR THE STAGE: THE LIFE OF RILEY, written and starring TONY Award winning Charles Nelson Reilly at The Irish Rep. Regional: Theresa Rebeck’s BAD DATES at The Laguna Playhouse directed by Judith Ivey and PALM BEACH at The La Jolla Playhouse directed by Des McAnuff. Films: UnZipped, Just Cause, The Zookeeper, Kissing Jessica Stein and The Hours.

HUGH HYSELL is a Tony Award ® winning Broadway producer and award winning marketer. His Broadway producing projects include VANYA AND SONIA AND MASHA AND SPIKE (2013 Tony Award ® for Best Play), PETER AND THE STARCATCHER (winner of 5 Tony Awards), and IMPRESSIONISM. Off Broadway, he has produced THE ALL-MALE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST (also conceived and directed), Y-2-GAY THE MUSICAL (also conceived and directed), and SEAMEN THE SAILOR MUSICAL (also conceived and directed). Hugh is Director of Marketing and Development for NYU Skirball and formerly ran HHC MARKETING where he has served as marketing director of over 200 Broadway and Off Broadway shows. He serves on the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Multicultural Diversity Action Committee and is an Associate Professor at Columbia University. He provides pro bono services to Broadway Cares Equity Fights Aids, HRC, GLAAD, QSAC and The Commercial Theatre Institute. He is a founding member of The Off Broadway Alliance and currently serves as a Nominator for the Off Broadway Alliance Award.

FREE Sunday Seminar 9/28/13: ABC’s of Producing Off Broadway

Come to a FREE panel discussion featuring Off Broadway producers and general mangers.  Sign up now!

ABCs of Producing Off Broadway” will feature Dan Goggin (Nunsense, Nunsense A-Men, Nunsense 2), R. Erin Craig (I’m Getting My Act Together and Taking It On the Road, Academy), and Christine Cox (The Amazing Max and the Box of Interesting Things, and Administrator of the Off Broadway Alliance Mentorship Program). Hugh Hysell, President of HHC Marketing and producer of Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike and Peter and the Starcatcher, will moderate the discussion.

DATE:  Sunday, September 29, 2013

TIME:  Doors open at 11:30am for complimentary coffee and bagels. The panel will take place from Noon – 1:30pm with additional time allotted afterward for conversation with fellow attendees.

LOCATION:  Snapple Theater Center, 210 West 50th Street (at Broadway).

COST:  FREE!  (reservations are a must)

HOW IT WORKS:  Attendees are encouraged to pre-submit questions for the panelists when they submit their reservations. Questions will be asked live at the seminar.

REGISTER NOW!  Click here  (RSVP by 9/28/13)

About The Off Broadway Alliance:

The Off Broadway Alliance is a non-profit corporation organized by theater professionals dedicated to supporting, promoting and encouraging the production of Off Broadway theater and to making live theater increasingly accessible to new and diverse audiences. The Alliance holds monthly meetings and membership is open to everyone in the Off Broadway theater community.

Among its initiatives, The Off Broadway Alliance sponsors 20at20, the event that runs twice a year for 20 days and lets theatergoers purchase $20 tickets to dozens of Off Broadway shows 20 minutes before curtain.

The Alliance also presents the Off Broadway Alliance Awards, including an annual tribute to the Legends of Off Broadway and inductees to the Off Broadway Hall of Fame. It also produces a free Sunday Seminars series focusing on the culture, business and history of Off Broadway featuring major players from the Off Broadway scene. The Alliance operates the OBA Mentorship Program, which provides new producers with guidance and direction from Off Broadway veterans. And the Alliance created the Off Broadway Economic Impact Report, which outlines Off Broadway’s over $500 million annual impact on the economy of the City of New York.

About The Panelists:

DAN GOGGIN (Writer/Director/Producer) began his professional career singing in the Broadway production of Luther starring Albert Finney. While appearing in a comic folk duo, he started writing. This led to scores for the Off-Broadway musical Hark!, the Broadway production of Legend and two revues. Goggin received the 1986 Outer Critics Circle Awards given to Nunsense for Best Musical, Best Book and Best Music. Nunsense and Nunsense 2, both starring Rue McClanahan, have been recorded for TV, as well as Nunsense Jamboree with Vicki Lawrence. Nunsense A-Men! opened in New York in June 1998. Nuncrackers: The Nunsense Christmas Musical on PBS starring Rue McClanahan with guest John Ritter, received an Emmy nomination for Best Musical Score. Meshuggah-Nuns: The Ecumenical Nunsense premiered in 2002. In 2005 Nunsensations: The Nunsense Vegas Revue opened and in 2011 Sister Robert Anne’s Cabaret Class and Nunset Boulevard: The Nunsense Hollywood Bowl Show premiered. Most recently, the original Nunsense celebrated its 30th Anniversary at the Saint Louis Muny. www.nunsense.com.

R. ERIN CRAIG / LA VIE PRODUCTIONS is dedicated to developing, producing and managing new works, fostering new talent and attracting new audiences. Current Producing projects include Mr. Rickey Calls a Meeting, Academy, I’m Getting My Act Together and Taking It On the Road and Still Getting My Act Together, Stalking the Bogeyman, Taking Step Three13 and How We Got Away With It (a full length independent film currently on the festival circuit). Current General Management projects include Fingers & Toes, The Jazz Age, Spin, 100 Years Into the Heart, LIBERTY A Monumental New Musical. Recent: Mock Your World, Turning Page, Let’s Kill Grandma This Christmas, Irena’s Vow (Associate Producer, Broadway), The Kid Who Would Be Pope, Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice, General & Production Management for NYMF 2008 & 2009, In the Heights, High Fidelity, Hurlyburly, Shockheaded Peter, De La Guarda in Seoul, Korea & Tel Aviv, Israel, NYC and Las Vegas. www.LaVieProductions.com

CHRISTINE COX made her producing debut with the Off-Broadway show The Amazing Max and the Box of Interesting Things. The show ran successfully to rave reviews from the NY Times, Huffington Post, and PBS Kids while playing for 15 months and returns this November. With The Off Broadway Alliance she created the brand new OBA Mentorship Program, which pairs up Off-Broadway professionals with novice producers seeking guidance on a specific artistic/theatrical project. As an entrepreneur she owns NYC based children’s entertainment companies (Miss Christine and A Princess Visit), and was most recently featured on the Today Show and Launchher.com’s 40 under 40 list. As a dancer, teaching artist and choreographer she has worked with the Lincoln Center Institute and So You Think You Can Dance. She has appeared in and choreographed regional theater productions (Guys and Dolls, Will Rogers Follies, The Wizard of Oz), and International tours (Asian tour, The Magical School for Wizards). She is also the creator of “5th Grade Ballroom Stars,” a dance program that teaches respect through ballroom dance.

HUGH HYSELL is a Tony Award-winning Broadway producer and award-winning marketer. His Broadway producing projects include Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike (2013 Tony Award for Best Play), Peter and the Starcatcher (winner of 5 Tony Awards) and Impressionism. Off-Broadway he has produced The All-Male Importance of Being Earnest (also conceived and directed), Y-2-Gay The Musical (also conceived and directed) and Seamen the Sailor Musical (also conceived and directed). Hugh is president of HHC Marketing where he has served as marketing director of over 200 Broadway and Off-Broadway shows and runs www.BroadwayInsider.com and www.TheMenEvent.com. He serves on the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Multicultural Diversity Action Committee and is an Associate Professor at Columbia University. He has provided pro bono services to Broadway Cares Equity Fights Aids, HRC, GLAAD, QSAC, and The Commercial Theatre Institute. He is a founding member of The Off Broadway Alliance and currently serves as a Nominator for the Off Broadway Alliance Awards. www.hhcmarketing.com.

Off Broadway Alliance Launches the OBA MENTORSHIP PROGRAM to pair newcomers with seasoned professionals. Application deadline: August 1, 2013

Mentorship Program

The Off-Broadway Alliance Mentorship program pairs theatrical Off-Broadway professionals with OBA members.  This program was created for those seeking guidance and advice on a specific artistic/theatrical project.  It is mandatory for the mentee to be working on a project during their mentorship.  All pairings are handled through an application and interview process in order to match professionals with mentees in their specific theatrical field.  As this program requires that all applicants have a specific project, mentors are able to offer practical guidance and direction regarding the mentee’s project.

The Mentorship Program initiative is slated to begin in September 2013.  The mission of the OBA is dedicated to promoting and supporting Off-Broadway theater, encouraging and assisting new producers.  The program follows the OBA mission statement as its tool in the planning for the future of Off-Broadway!

 

Mentee Eligibility

  • Must be an OBA member (Associate or Full)
  • Must be working on a specific theatrical project to be considered

 

Program Start Date

September 2013

 

Length of Mentorship

  • Minimum of 3 months
  • 4 hours per month (12 hrs total)

 

Application due date

August 1, 2013

 

How to Apply

ONLINE

EMAIL

3rd Annual Off Broadway Alliance Awards June 18th at Sardi’s

The Off Broadway Alliance, the organization of Off Broadway producers, theaters, general managers, press agents and marketing firms, presented its 3rd Annual Off Broadway Alliance Awards in a ceremony on June 19 at Sardi’s.

Honorees present at the ceremony included Off Broadway Legends Christopher Durang, A.R. Gurney, Kristine Nielson, Daryl Roth, Stomp, and Sigourney Weaver.

Awards were given to: Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812 as Best Musical, Vanya and Sonya and Masha and Spike as Best Play, Closer Than Ever as Best Musical Revival, The Piano Lesson as Best Play Revival, Buyer & Cellar as Best Unique Theatrical Experience, and Bunnicula as Best Family Show.

The Off Broadway Alliance also presented its annual Friends of Off Broadway Award to Wayne Sapper and Kenn Lubin of King Displays. The award “honor[s] the people or organizations that have consistently provided extraordinary generosity, support and expertise to the Off-Broadway community.” Wayne Sapper accepted the award on behalf of himself and his colleague, Kenn.

Photos and videos of the Sardi’s ceremony appear below.

Legend of Off Broadway – Sigourney Weaver

Best New Play – VANYA AND SONIA AND MASHA AND SPIKE

Legend of Off Broadway – A.R. Gurney

Friend of Off Broadway – King Displays

Best Musical Revival – CLOSER THAN EVER

Best Play Revival – THE PIANO LESSON

Best New Musical – NATASHA, PIERRE AND THE GREAT COMET OF 1812

Best Unique Theatrical Experience – BUYER & CELLAR

Best Family Show – BUNNICULA

NEXT OBA MEETING: TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 2013

The next Off Broadway Alliance meeting will take place on Tuesday, August 13th at 5pm at the The Snapple Theater Center. The Off Broadway Alliance meets every month on the second Tuesday of the month.

Recent News

OFF BROADWAY ALLIANCE ANNOUNCES AWARD WINNERS FOR 2013

The Off Broadway Alliance, the organization of Off Broadway producers, theaters, general managers, press agents and marketing professionals, today announced the winners of the 3rd Annual Off Broadway Alliance Awards, honoring commercial and not-for-profit Off Broadway productions that opened during the 2012-2013 season.

2013 Off Broadway Award Nominee List

(Winners in Bold)

Best New Musical

o   F#%king Up Everything

o   Here Lies Love

o   Murder Ballad

o   Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812

o   The Other Josh Cohen

 

Best New Play

o   Cock

o   Disgraced

o   Finks

o   My Name is Asher Lev

o   Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike

 

Best Musical Revival

o   Closer Than Ever

o   The Good Person of Szechwan

o   The Last Five Years

o   New Girl In Town

o   Passion

 

Best Play Revival

o   All in the Timing

o   Golden Child

o   The Piano Lesson

o   Talley’s Folly

o   Uncle Vanya

 

Best Unique Theatrical Experience

o   Buyer & Cellar

o   Ingenious Nature

o   Jukebox Jackie

o   Old Jews Telling Jokes

o   The Old Man and the Old Moon

 

Best Family Show

 

o   Bunnicula

o   Piggy Nation

o   Show Way

o   The Velveteen Rabbit

o   Wanda’s Monster

 

Legend of Off Broadway Honorees

Christopher Durang

A.R. Gurney

Kristine Nielsen

Daryl Roth

Stomp

Sigourney Weaver

The Off Broadway Alliance is a non-profit corporation organized by theater professionals dedicated to supporting, promoting and encouraging the production of Off Broadway theater and to making live theater increasingly accessible to new and diverse audiences.  Among its initiatives, The Off Broadway Alliance sponsors 20at20, the event that runs twice a year for 20 days and lets theatergoers purchase $20 tickets to dozens of Off Broadway shows 20 minutes before curtain.  It produces a free Seminar Series focusing on the culture, business and history of Off Broadway featuring major players from the Off Broadway scene.  And the Alliance created the Off Broadway Economic Impact Report, which outlines Off Broadway’s over $500 million annual impact on the economy of the City of New York.

Last year’s Off Broadway Alliance winner for Best New Musical (SILENCE! The Musical) is still running strong Off Broadway, and the Best New Play winner (Tribes) transferred to L.A.’s Mark Taper Forum immediately following its extended run at the Barrow Street Theatre.

The 2013 Off Broadway Alliance Awards will be presented on Tuesday, June 18th at 4:30 PM at Sardi’s.

 


OFF BROADWAY ALLIANCE ANNOUNCES NOMINEES FOR 3RD ANNUAL OFF BROADWAY ALLIANCE AWARDS

The Off Broadway Alliance, the organization of Off Broadway producers, theaters, general managers, press agents and marketing professionals, has announced the nominees for the 3rd Annual Off Broadway Alliance Awards, honoring commercial and not-for-profit productions that opened Off Broadway during the 2012-2013 season.

Awards will be presented in five competitive categories: Best New Musical, Best New Play, Best Musical Revival, Best Play Revival, Best Family Show, and Best Unique Theatrical Experience.  Winners in all categories will be selected by secret ballot by members of the awards committee of the Off Broadway Alliance.

In addition to the competitive awards, six Off Broadway Alliance Legend of Off Broadway Awards are being presented for sustained achievement in the world of Off Broadway.  The 2013 Legend of Off Broadway recipients are Christopher Durang, A.R. Gurney, Kristine Nielsen, Daryl Roth, Stomp, and Sigourney Weaver.

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FREE SUNDAY SEMINAR: ABCs OF PRODUCING OFF BROADWAY

FREE PANEL DISCUSSION TO FEATURE PRODUCER, GENERAL MANAGER, AND LEGAL COUNSEL FROM F#%KING UP EVERYTHING, THE TWO CHARACTER PLAY, TRIASSIC PARQ, FORBIDDEN BROADWAY
AND THE FANTASTICKS

SUNDAY, APRIL 7th, 2013 AT THE SNAPPLE THEATER CENTER

The Off Broadway Alliance, the organization of Off Broadway producers, theaters, general managers, press agents, and marketing firms, will hold another in its series of seminars focused on the culture, business and history of Off Broadway next Sunday, April 7th.

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SEMINAR: PRODUCING ALTERNATIVES TO THE 8-PERFORMANCE WEEK

FREE PANEL DISCUSSION TO FEATURE PRODUCERS AND GENERAL MANAGERS FROM SILENCE! THE MUSICAL, COUGAR THE MUSICAL AND MY BIG GAY ITALIAN WEDDING

THIS SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3 AT THE SNAPPLE THEATER CENTER 

The Off Broadway Alliance, the organization of Off Broadway producers, theaters, general managers, press agents, and marketing firms, will hold another in its series of seminars focused on the culture, business and history of Off Broadway this Sunday, February 3rd.

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Great Deal on Off Broadway Tickets

January 22 to February 10, 2013
Buy tix to any of 40 Off Broadway shows
$20 Tickets 20 minutes before curtain

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Seminar Was Held Sunday, Sept 9th, 2012

On September 9th, 2012 there was a

FREE PANEL ON CASTING OFF BROADWAY

“Casting Off Broadway: A How to Guide” was the next installment in the OBA free Sunday Seminar Series. This one featured a panel discussion with Producers, Directors, and Casting Directors from Silence! The Musical, Love, Loss, and What I Wore, Southern Comfort, and more.

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2ND ANNUAL OFF BROADWAY ALLIANCE AWARDS CEREMONY JUNE 19 AT SARDI’S

The Off Broadway Alliance, the organization of Off-Broadway producers, theaters, general managers, press agents and marketing firms, presented its 2nd Annual Off Broadway Alliance Awards Ceremony June 19 at Sardi’s.

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OFF BROADWAY ALLIANCE ANNOUNCES NOMINEES FOR 2ND ANNUAL OFF BROADWAY ALLIANCE AWARDS

The Off Broadway Alliance, the organization of Off Broadway producers, theaters, general managers, press agents and marketing firms, has announced the nominees for the 2nd Annual Off Broadway Alliance Awards, honoring commercial and not-for-profit productions that opened Off Broadway during the 2011-2012 season.

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Inaugural Off Broadway Alliance Awards Ceremony June 21 at Sardi’s

The Off Broadway Alliance, the organization of Off-Broadway producers, theaters, general managers, press agents and marketing firms, presented its inaugural Off Broadway Alliance Awards Ceremony June 21 at Sardi’s.

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OFF BROADWAY ALLIANCE ANNOUNCES WINNERS OF 1ST ANNUAL OFF BROADWAY ALLIANCE AWARDS

The Off Broadway Alliance, the organization of Off Broadway producers, theaters, general managers, press agents and marketing firms, has announced the winners of the 1st Annual Off Broadway Alliance Awards, honoring commercial and not-for-profit Off Broadway productions that opened during the 2010-2011 season.

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