A.R.T./New York's programs, services, and events connect and enrich the New York City theatre community.

Colleague-to-Colleague Roundtables

Throughout the year, A.R.T./New York hosts a series of informal roundtables to allow theater makers to meet their colleagues, ask questions, offer suggestions, share successes and contemplate challenges.

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Digital Resources Hub

We've developed and gathered a wide range of content that is available on demand, whenever you need it. This searchable HUB gives you access to recorded workshops, ‘how-to’ guides, templates, and much more.

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Theatre Admin Consulting Program (TAC)

This pro-bono consulting service provides support for A.R.T./New York's organizational member companies to help them address and overcome challenges facing their organizations or seize on new opportunities as they approach critical junctures in their development.

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Convenings! NEW

To help our members lean into community, and to best support collaboration and resource sharing, we host convenings consisting of panel discussions, workshops, networking opportunities, and social gatherings. These multi-day events are an opportunity for collective learning, relationship building, and solution sharing. Our first convening, The Fall Forum, will take place October 23-25, 2023 so mark your calendars! Stay tuned for details, as well as dates for a similar gathering in Spring 2024. 

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Accessibility at A.R.T./New York

Our new programming initiative supports member theatres that are beginning or expanding accessibility programs within their own companies.

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News & Updates

Stay up-to-date on events, announcements, and other news from the A.R.T./New York community via our blog. Members of A.R.T./New York also receive a weekly e-newsletter.  

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Sexual Harassment Prevention Trainings

We offer comprehensive sexual harassment prevention training that not only meets the city and state requirements, but also specifically addresses the complexities and nuances of making theatre in a sometimes confusing but always exciting field.

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