Our groundbreaking $5 million program provides funds to complete projects by, for, or about all who identify as women. The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) is administering the fund.All New York's A Stage
MOME partnered with SHOW-SCORE to launch ALL NEW YORK'S A STAGE, the first-ever campaign to raise the visibility of our vibrant local theater industry. From September 25 through October 31, 2019, New Yorkers and visitors can explore the ALL NEW YORK'S A STAGE website, localtheater.nyc, to discover over 200+ listings.GalaPro Partnership
MOME is partnering with GalaPro, a first-of-its-kind mobile app, to revolutionize the theatre-going experience, particularly for the deaf, hard of hearing, low vision, and blind communities. To foster greater access to theatrical performances for all New Yorkers, MOME will be providing up to $100,000 to cover the cost of installing GalaPro software in qualifying off-Broadway, not-for-profit, and independent theatres throughout New York City.Broadway in the Boros
This popular series brings free performances of hit Broadway musicals to neighborhoods throughout New York City. In its fourth season, cast members and musicians from Hadestown, Mean Girls, The Prom, Be More Chill, Wicked, Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, Beetlejuice and Chicago will perform in Brooklyn, Queens, The Bronx, and Staten Island this summer.Off Broadway in the Boros
This free series presents musical theatre and site-specific works throughout the year. Like Off Broadway itself, these productions range in styles; performances might incorporate spoken word art, live musical accompaniment, interactive elements, and audience participation.NYC Open Culture Program
Open Culture is a new City government program that allows ticketed, socially distanced outdoor performances, rehearsals, and classes at nearly 200 street locations throughout the five boroughs. Arts and cultural institutions, as well as entertainment venues, can apply for an Open Culture permit from the New York City Street Activity Permit Office for the low fee of $20.
The Theatrical Workforce Development Program, in partnership with Roundabout Theatre Company and the NYC Department of Small Business Services, offers a six-week intensive in safety, workforce readiness, and technical skills – as well as a longer ten-month, hands-on program to train and place young adults in professional technical theatre careers.Made in NY Career Panels
The "Made in NY" Talks Series presents a variety of free programs exploring multiple topics within the media and entertainment industry. Programs focus on film, television, theater and digital media and support the goals of career development, networking, training and recruitment.Careers.Broadway
Broadway League's one-stop resource for anyone who wants to know what to do, where to look, and how to build a career on Broadway.
This groundbreaking report calls attention to the vibrance of the small theater community, and offers an in-depth portrait of the size, makeup, location, overall cultural importance and economic impact of the sector; as well as the challenges the industry is facing.Rehearsal Spaces
SpaceFinder NYC is a free online rental marketplace for rehearsal, performance, and other creative spaces in the NYC region. The non-profit organization is funded by New York City's Department of Cultural Affairs and New York State's Council on the Arts.Incentives for Theatres
Discover the discounts and incentives available to theatrical productions in NYC's five boroughs.NYC Employee Theatre Discount
City employees have an opportunity to experience Broadway and Off-Broadway performances at substantial savings. The Theatre Development Fund normally offers a ticket service for deeply discounted tickets for select eligible groups.Spotlight on Broadway
Celebrating Broadway's vibrant history, Spotlight on Broadway is a multimedia project featuring intimate profiles of the theatres and productions that make up the City's theatre district, featuring videos chronicling the history of the theatres themselves as well as moments from some of the most celebrated productions that took place on their stages.
Small and Medium Scale Performing Arts and Entertainment
NYS Department of Health Interim Guidance for Small and Medium Scale Performing Arts and Entertainment during the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency