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Intro to Non-Profit Producing // Spring 2020
Wednesday, April 01, 2020, 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM EDT
Category: FY20 Workshops

Intro to Non-Profit Producing

Wednesday, April 1, 2020
6:30pm - 9:30pm

Online via Zoom
You will receive instructions on how to join the online meeting once you complete the registration form.

What is a Producer? Do you need one? Is it You?

This workshop will provide a broad overview of the steps needed to get your show off the ground, from planning through performance. We'll use real-life examples of the day-to-day business of production to explore multiple producing models to get your work up and running at any level. Evaluating long and short-terms goals, we'll step through the production process, including expense budgeting, an intro to basic fundraising and income streams, contracting and negotiation, the practical skills of managing creative, technical and production teams, box office, marketing and PR and generally setting yourself up for success.


Lucy Jackson
is an independent performing arts producer originally from London, UK now working in New York City, USA. Lucy has produced new plays and interdisciplinary performances in New York at NYTW Next Door, La MaMa ETC, JACK, the New Ohio, BAM Fisher, the Bushwick Starr, 59E59 Theaters and The Play Company, as well as at the Ovalhouse, Bush and Finborough Theatres, Theatre503, and HighTide, Edinburgh Fringe, VAULT and Latitude festivals in the UK. She is New York Producer for Los Angeles Performance Practice (https://performancepractice.la). Tour producing includes Our Carnal Hearts for Rachel Mars (Fusebox Festival, Austin; A.R.T. Oberon, Cambridge; On the Boards, Seattle) and RoosevElvis for the TEAM (A.R.T. Oberon; UMS Ann Arbor). She was Producing Director for The Assembly, a 2016-17 Fellow of the Emerging Leaders of New York Arts, a Stage One Apprentice for Mark Rubinstein Ltd., Development Director for the New Ohio Theatre and General Manager/Associate Producer for the TEAM. She is a 2018-2020 WP Lab Fellow, and co-teaches a course in non-profit Producing and Production Management at the New School. www.lsajackson.com

 

For accessibility information, special circumstances, or other accommodations please contact Kirsten Sweeney at [email protected]. Interpretation services are available by request; requests must be made at least 7 business days before the event.


Contact: Kirsten Sweeney - [email protected]