Emerging Artists Theatre Now Accepting Submissions

Emerging Artists Theatre
New York, NY 10001

Job Details


Emerging Artists Theatre (EAT) is seeking cabaret, subway musicians, sketch groups, musicians, and classical groups for inclusion in their Spring New Work Series which runs April 20 through May 10 at TADA Theater in midtown. Application deadline is March 2, 2020.  

There are no submission or festival fees and participants receive a 50/50 box-office split when the audience guarantee is met. EAT is actively seeking submissions from artists who can fill a 99 seat theatre in mid-town Manhattan.  

Please note that most time slots are at 9 pm with a few 7 pm show slots available. Submissions for solos-shows, dance pieces, short plays, short and long musicals are now closed.  

More information can be found at www.newworkseries.com. Application and submission guidelines are available at www.newworkseries.com/submissions.  

Emerging Artists Theatre provides;
• A 99-seat off-Broadway theater in the heart of Manhattan

• After artist minimum is met artists received 50% of the box office

• Professional stage manager and assistant stage manager

• Piano and music stands

• Ticketing services

• Box office and house management

• A projector for those shows using projections

• Two dressing rooms • Curated talkback (where you decide what feedback you need) 

• Safe and supportive environment

• Nice, friendly staff

• Simple set pieces available (blocks, tables, chairs)

• One technical rehearsal

• Rep light plot and sound system

• Large banners of the series show’s in lobby

• Full color program brochures  

NWS is a bi-annual three-week developmental series that provides artists of different disciplines the opportunity to present one night of a “work in progress” with audience feedback. Since its inception in 2006, successful FringeNYC, NYMF, Edinburgh Fringe, and Off-Broadway shows have been born out of this series. Artistic Director Paul Adams and company members Andrea Alton, Scott Klavan and Vanessa Shealy serve as curators for the series.


April 20, 2020 – May 10, 2020