I want to offer super-cheap ($10 to free) Shakespeare tickets to educators and their students in the NYC area. I'm interested in contacting both high school and college teachers. Would they likely welcome this or consider it spam? Is there some kind of message board or other resource I can use to contact these folks.
posted by grumblebee
on Mar 26, 2013 -
Dear NYC-Hive: Visiting in Feb and would like to find listings of theatres whose offerings are like Lucille Lortel Theater in the Village. Would prefer Manhattan locations (over other boroughs). They just did "Volpone" and are doing "She Stoops to Conquer" soon. But they also do new works as well. What are similar theaters? And bonus points if you can give me a link to calendar/listings.
posted by nancoix
on Jan 2, 2013 -
How can I get a pair of tickets for the Book of Mormon in NYC, ideally without spending a ton of money?
posted by kat518
on Sep 23, 2012 -
Theater venue: A director friend of mind is looking for a venue to produce Woyzeck in in NYC. They're a small company so can only afford something in the $1500/wk range for something like a 2 week run. Any suggestions on good venues to rent from? [more inside]
posted by edbles
on Jan 26, 2012 -
What are the absolute must-see plays or performances happening this month in New York City? [more inside]
posted by np312
on Oct 1, 2009 -
Touristing in NYC this October. Among other stuff I want to do, I would love to see something at the four venues listed below. [more inside]
posted by Danf
on Jul 17, 2009 -
Help me pick out the best play, opera, lecture and art exhibit to see this winter in NYC. I'm a lowly wage slave who can't shell out $300 to see every Broadway sensation that comes to town, so I'd like to attend one incredible event in each category with a high return-on-awesome factor so I can walk away cultured but not impoverished. [more inside]
posted by zoomorphic
on Dec 11, 2008 -
What can you tell me about working in theatrical costume in NYC? [more inside]
posted by doift
on Apr 4, 2008 -
Theatrical types: could you supply advice on transplanting a small musical from New York to London? Any perspective welcome, particularly suggested theatres and people who "run the scene."
posted by godawful
on Aug 24, 2006 -
A friend and I are producing and directing a biweekly variety-type theater show. We've run our own weekly show much like this with our own creative crew for a number of months, so the production angle is quite familiar, but we need fresh writing blood from outside our social circle. We'd like to open our submissions to playwrights, sketch writers, monologists, and the like, but it's an awfully big city. What are the best ways to find such people willing to submit writing, especially in NYC? Craigslist leaps out as the obvious choice, as does flyering up colleges, but there must be other options as well. [more inside]
posted by Sticherbeast
on May 16, 2005 -