Wanna work with our TEAM? We’re looking for an organized and resourceful Line Producer and a team of production interns to work with us this spring/summer on Primer for a Failed Superpower.
Back by popular demand, The TEAM’s Rachel Chavkin will lead a director-focused workshop on Sunday, April 9. And our self-producing series, led by the TEAM’s Producing Director Manda Martin and industry guests, continues this spring with two more workshops in April and May about the business side of making and sustaining your work.
Last night during the curtain speech for RoosevElvis (Re-MX’D) at New York Live Arts, we shared what our $10,000 grant from the NEA has translated to in box office income, compensation to artists, and audience numbers–and we’re inviting our colleagues to do the same.
After sold-out performances in London, Boston, Minneapolis, and Michigan, we are thrilled to be bringing RoosevElvis back to New York for a one-night-only performance on March 16, specially re-imagined for New York Live Arts’ Live Ideas festival.
Our friends at the New Ohio are launching a new film festival for indie theatre artists branching out into film, and we’re delighted that The TEAM Makes A Play, Paulette Douglas’ documentary about the making of Mission Drift will be screened on Wednesday, January 18 at 9pm as part of the inaugual lineup.
Now open for registration: three new workshops in November and December, including Directing for Ensembles and Devised Work led by Rachel, and Self-Producing workshops focused on Fundraising and Budgeting for Artists and Ensembles, led by our producing team and special guest experts.
“A fierce poetic snapshot of two contemporary cultures linked by history.” “The three distinctive actors [are] perfectly matched, giving tough, intelligent performances, masking an inner warmth behind their deadpan wit.”
Intern with the TEAM! We’re currently accepting applications from college students and recent grads for Fall/Winter internships in Producing and Development/Grantwriting.
Hello from post-Brexit London, where Rachel, Jess, Matty, and Nick joined our Scottish collaborators on Monday to begin rehearsals for Anything That Gives Off Light. It’s a surreal time to be here to say the least, working on a play exploring (among many things) collective and self-interest, the Scottish independence movement, and America’s second amendment.
Join us for a one-night-only sneak peek of our work-in-development PRIMER FOR A FAILED SUPERPOWER, featuring a teenage rock band from the Gowanus Music Club, and performances of new protest songs created for PRIMER by the TEAM and a multigenerational band of special guests.