Update on COVID-19 and MTAP's Incubator Workshop
In the best interests of the health and safety of our artists, staff, and patrons, MTAP is postponing the Incubator Workshop of the new musical Abduction, originally scheduled for April 17 to 19, until a later date. We will post updates as new information becomes available. If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com and we'll try to provide answers.
About Abduction: All Pippa wants to do is win another term as student body president, but now her father's been abducted by aliens--along with the town's single cow. So add to her list saving him and many others from a gruesome death. Along the way, can she make peace with her mother, discover love in an unlikely place, and bring the entire town of Pluto, Indiana, to its senses?
MTAP--Musical Theatre Artists of Pittsburgh--brings together a group of local and regional artists working in a wide range of musical theatre expression, from solo cabaret to full-length narrative musical theatre. Through monthly meetings, the group supports the development of new work, serving as an incubator where new works of musical theatre come into being and are nurtured.
ARE YOU A MUSICAL-THEATRE ARTIST LIVING IN THE PITTSBURGH REGION?
MTAP meets monthly between September and May for networking, collaborations, new work development and presentations of work in progress. We are seeking aspiring or established composers, lyricists, librettists, playwrights, performers, professionals, producers and anyone interested in new musical development.To receive regular emails from MTAP about meetings, special events, and opportunities, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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National Alliance for Musical Theatre
MTAP is a member of NAMT, the National Alliance for Musical Theatre, a not-for-profit organization serving the musical theatre community by nurturing the creation, development, production and presentation of new and classic musicals, providing a forum to share resources, and advocating for the imagination, diversity and joy unique to musical theatre.
10-Minute Musicals at MTAP!
In an inaugural collaboration with regional members of the Dramatists Guild, MTAP has begun a program that will foster writing teams to work on brand-new 10-minute musicals. The collaborating teams will get support from experienced bookwritersw, lyricists, and composers, along with the opportunity to have the new mini-musicals showcased in spring, 2021. To learn more or get involved, please send an email to email@example.com.
Sunday Saari, whose song "August" was presented in 2019's Hot Metal Musicals, was the winner of the Piano Day Pittsburgh songwriting competition held Saturday, March 28, for her song "Think." The grand prize for the winning artist included both cash and a studio recording session. Laura Lind was also in the running as a finalist, with her song "Mister Rogers," also presented in 2019's Hot Metal Musicals. MTAP is delighted at having two such talented artists honored in the competition.
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Landmark Theater (aka Altria Theater) under renovation used by permission from Wilson Butler Architects and the photographer.