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Musical Theatre Radio -November Issue


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October 31 · Issue #24 · View online

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Hello Readers
I hope you all had a great October with theatres slowly beginning to reopen, and musicals old and new start hit the stage once again.
As always, check out the Sampler Platter and all the great shows we feature. So if you are a producer looking for new work, or a performer looking for your next party piece that no one else is singing, the Sampler Platter has what you are looking for.
And if you have an upcoming production or a musical theatre album release, let me know and I’ll help promote it via the social media platforms.
Jean-Paul Yovanoff

Table of Contents
Sampler Platter - September
CPAD Networking - September Event
NAMT New Musicals Festival Submission
Sampler Platter - November
Click picture above to see November Calendar
Click picture above to see November Calendar
To learn more about any of the new musicals we support, check out the Sampler Platter Page on our website.
CPAD Networking - November Event
Meeting people at a networking event is a great opportunity to strengthen business connections, get fresh ideas, raise your profile and develop long-lasting personal relationships. You never know who the person you just met might know.
CPAD Networking (Creators of musicals, Producers & Artistic Directors) was created to give like minded people in the industry a chance to meet, share tips & tricks and experiences in order to foster a stronger musical theatre community around the world. It is an opportunity to bounce ideas off people who have already been in your position or are going through it right now.
We hold two sessions on the day (November 18th, 2021) of the event (9-11am ET and 5-7pm ET) in order for us to truly have global participation hosted in the Jill Edmund Virtual Theatre.
To save your spot for the events, visit:
NAMT Festival of New Musicals Submissions
For the first time, NAMT (National Alliance for Musical Theatre) is opening up to anyone who wants to submit to their Festival of New Musicals. Some shows that have been a part of the festival include: Come From Away, Ordinary Days, I Love You Because, Children of Eden, Songs for a New World, and The Drowsy Chaperone.
For more information click this NAMT Festival of New Musicals link
Musical Theatre Resources
Listed below are companies that might be great resources. Each one of these resources has been vetted by us and we have either met with the people who created the companies or know people who work for them. Companies are listed in alphabetical order. (Any new resources are listed first)
NEW The Caroline Underwood Agency Caroline specializes in the representation of musical theatre writers - bookwriters, composers and lyricists - and the representation of American writers in the UK. She loves working with the client to create and package projects. Caroline likes original voices and original ideas.
To learn what services each company offers, click here for the resources page on our website.
If you know of any other great resources that should be added to this list, please let us know.
Please continue to support each other via social media, checking out each other’s shows, and once in a while when you are about to listen to Apple Music or Spotify, give MTR a try instead.
Thanks, everyone and enjoy your November.
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