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For more than three decades, Manhattan Theatre Club has been the creative and artistic home for America's most gifted theatrical artists, producing works of the highest quality by both established and emerging American and international playwrights. New York and world premieres created under MTC's auspices travel across America and the world. MTC's plays and musicals challenge, inspire, entertain and provoke audiences. At MTC, theatre reflects on our lives, our society and our ideas. Each year, Manhattan Theatre Club produces a season of innovative work. The artistic profile of the subscription season is as broad and diverse as New York City itself. Manhattan Theatre Club encourages significant new work by creating an environment in which writers and theatre artists are supported by the finest professionals producing for the theatre today. Manhattan Theatre Club nurtures and develops new talent in playwriting, musical composition, writing, directing, acting and design. Manhattan Theatre Club reaches out to young audiences with innovative programs in education and maintains a commitment to cultivate the next generation of theatre professionals with internship and professional training programs. Manhattan Theatre Club is a leader in developing innovative ways to bring theatre to the widest possible audience. These include extending the life of its productions in-house, transferring its productions to larger theaters and co-producing great plays with fellow institutions. In constantly seeking new ways to grow, MTC keeps theatre alive and relevant.
MTC AT THE BILTMORE WITH THE ADDITION OF THIS NEW BROADWAY THEATRE, MANHATTAN THEATRE CLUB WILL COMPLETE ITS CREATIVE CAMPUS OF ARTISTIC, TECHNICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE SPACES. The full campus will include three theatres - two at City Center on West 55th Street and the new third stage at the restored Biltmore Theatre on West 47th Street - the Long Island City scene shop and the Creative Center on West 43rd Street. These spaces will allow MTC to nurture new works for the stage through the full spectrum of artistic development.
- Johannah-Joy Magyawe
- (212) 399-3000 x5402
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