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I am looking to create a "one stop shop" for theater productions. We can help each other with issues we are facing with our productions. Meetups will include brainstorming sessions on issues, supporting member projects, speakers and seminars, networking, dining out, etc.

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Spectatorium now includes New York Theater Industry Meetup - City Center 55th

Since there were only seven days left before the group was scheduled to be deleted, and no one else had volunteered to serve as the new organizer, unless someone objects, I am inviting the members to become a part of Spectatorium Performing Arts Collaborative. Our core group of a dozen have met each of the past three months on the final Sunday at 1 PM and are working to achieve 501(c)3 non-profit and limited liability company status with New York State, which will entitle the group to operate as a non-taxable entity for fundraising and producing new and original musicals, plays, dance and instrumental music events. Individual members will not be held liable for debts incurred by the company and any money we raise over our published goal will be deposited in an escrow account to ensure the groups survival. We have estimated start-up and program costs at a minimum of $350 K, but with over 400 members at present, each paying monthly dues of $10.00 ($49.50 for six months, $99.00 for a full year) we should be able to raise considerably more for productions, classes, workshops, rent, insurance, advertising, costumes, scenery, lighting, etc. We will nominate a seven-member board of directors at our next meeting, September 30th, 1 PM, at Worldwide Plaza in Manhattan. They will take charge of organization and daily operations of the group. We are planning our first two productions: a revue of songs, scenes, dances and short films which will be presented to the general public and an invited industry audience, as well as potential donors, sponsors and major contributors in early 2019; and a small-cast musical which will follow shortly thereafter. We are accepting submissions of ORIGINAL, copyrighted material for the revue, and though the first musical has already been selected, for the balance of the first six-to-eight show season. Directors, choreographers, performers, designers and support staff are also invited to submit resumes' and work samples. If you cannot attend the next meeting, there will be another on October 28th at 1 PM, though the location may change due to the weather. For further details, please contact me no later than Sept. 30th. Thank you.

Spectatorium now includes New York Theater Industry Meetup - City Center 55th

Since there were only seven days left before the group was scheduled to be deleted, and no one else had volunteered to serve as the new organizer, unless someone objects, I am inviting the members to become a part of Spectatorium Performing Arts Collaborative. Our core group of a dozen have met each of the past three months on the final Sunday at 1 PM and are working to achieve 501(c)3 non-profit and limited liability company status with New York State, which will entitle the group to operate as a non-taxable entity for fundraising and producing new and original musicals, plays, dance and instrumental music events. Individual members will not be held liable for debts incurred by the company and any money we raise over our published goal will be deposited in an escrow account to ensure the groups survival. We have estimated start-up and program costs at a minimum of $350 K, but with over 400 members at present, each paying monthly dues of $10.00 ($49.50 for six months, $99.00 for a full year) we should be able to raise considerably more for productions, classes, workshops, rent, insurance, advertising, costumes, scenery, lighting, etc. We will nominate a seven-member board of directors at our next meeting, September 30th, 1 PM, at Worldwide Plaza in Manhattan. They will take charge of organization and daily operations of the group. We are planning our first two productions: a revue of songs, scenes, dances and short films which will be presented to the general public and an invited industry audience, as well as potential donors, sponsors and major contributors in early 2019; and a small-cast musical which will follow shortly thereafter. We are accepting submissions of ORIGINAL, copyrighted material for the revue, and though the first musical has already been selected, for the balance of the first six-to-eight show season. Directors, choreographers, performers, designers and support staff are also invited to submit resumes' and work samples. If you cannot attend the next meeting, there will be another on October 28th at 1 PM, though the location may change due to the weather. For further details, please contact me no later than Sept. 30th. Thank you.

Spectatorium now includes New York Theater Industry Meetup - City Center 55th

Since there were only seven days left before the group was scheduled to be deleted, and no one else had volunteered to serve as the new organizer, unless someone objects, I am inviting the members to become a part of Spectatorium Performing Arts Collaborative. Our core group of a dozen have met each of the past three months on the final Sunday at 1 PM and are working to achieve 501(c)3 non-profit and limited liability company status with New York State, which will entitle the group to operate as a non-taxable entity for fundraising and producing new and original musicals, plays, dance and instrumental music events. Individual members will not be held liable for debts incurred by the company and any money we raise over our published goal will be deposited in an escrow account to ensure the groups survival. We have estimated start-up and program costs at a minimum of $350 K, but with over 400 members at present, each paying monthly dues of $10.00 ($49.50 for six months, $99.00 for a full year) we should be able to raise considerably more for productions, classes, workshops, rent, insurance, advertising, costumes, scenery, lighting, etc. We will nominate a seven-member board of directors at our next meeting, September 30th, 1 PM, at Worldwide Plaza in Manhattan. They will take charge of organization and daily operations of the group. We are planning our first two productions: a revue of songs, scenes, dances and short films which will be presented to the general public and an invited industry audience, as well as potential donors, sponsors and major contributors in early 2019; and a small-cast musical which will follow shortly thereafter. We are accepting submissions of ORIGINAL, copyrighted material for the revue, and though the first musical has already been selected, for the balance of the first six-to-eight show season. Directors, choreographers, performers, designers and support staff are also invited to submit resumes' and work samples. If you cannot attend the next meeting, there will be another on October 28th at 1 PM, though the location may change due to the weather. For further details, please contact me no later than Sept. 30th. Thank you.

Spectatorium now includes New York Theater Industry Meetup - City Center 55th

Since there were only seven days left before the group was scheduled to be deleted, and no one else had volunteered to serve as the new organizer, unless someone objects, I am inviting the members to become a part of Spectatorium Performing Arts Collaborative. Our core group of a dozen have met each of the past three months on the final Sunday at 1 PM and are working to achieve 501(c)3 non-profit and limited liability company status with New York State, which will entitle the group to operate as a non-taxable entity for fundraising and producing new and original musicals, plays, dance and instrumental music events. Individual members will not be held liable for debts incurred by the company and any money we raise over our published goal will be deposited in an escrow account to ensure the groups survival. We have estimated start-up and program costs at a minimum of $350 K, but with over 400 members at present, each paying monthly dues of $10.00 ($49.50 for six months, $99.00 for a full year) we should be able to raise considerably more for productions, classes, workshops, rent, insurance, advertising, costumes, scenery, lighting, etc. We will nominate a seven-member board of directors at our next meeting, September 30th, 1 PM, at Worldwide Plaza in Manhattan. They will take charge of organization and daily operations of the group. We are planning our first two productions: a revue of songs, scenes, dances and short films which will be presented to the general public and an invited industry audience, as well as potential donors, sponsors and major contributors in early 2019; and a small-cast musical which will follow shortly thereafter. We are accepting submissions of ORIGINAL, copyrighted material for the revue, and though the first musical has already been selected, for the balance of the first six-to-eight show season. Directors, choreographers, performers, designers and support staff are also invited to submit resumes' and work samples. If you cannot attend the next meeting, there will be another on October 28th at 1 PM, though the location may change due to the weather. For further details, please contact me no later than Sept. 30th. Thank you.

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