Fred Sauter, the bookwriter and lyricist of the new Off-Broadway musical, traces the project's slow move from NYMF favorite to Off-Broadway production.
“The Gig” came out on top at the New York Musical Theatre Fest, the largest festival of its kind in America.
NYMF burst onto the scene in 2003, filling a gap in the theatrical community as a place for new, groundbreaking work and emerging artists. A decade later, NYMF continues to produce edgy, high-caliber new musicals.
Just because the Broadway season is over, that doesn't mean there isn't any new and exciting theater to be seen in New York City! Check out 5 summer theater fesitvals where hits like "Next to Normal," "Urinetown," and Broadway's current "Macbeth" got their start.
The New York Musical Theatre Festival announced the dates and requirements for two annual competitions for musical theater creators and performers.