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Off Broadway Alliance Announces Mentorship Program

Fledgling theater artists will be paired with season professionals to develop new works.

Peter Breger, president of the Off Broadway Alliance.
(photo provided by Daniel Demello Public Relations)

The Off Broadway Alliance has announced a new mentorship program, which will provide fledgling theater artists and producers with the chance to be mentored by established theater professionals as they work on a project they propose.

The deadline for applications is April 6. To be eligible to participate, applicants must propose a specific theatrical project and must be or become a Member or Associate Member of the OBA. Applications and membership opportunities are available on the organization's website.

The Mentorship Program Selection Committee will review the applications and proposed projects and pair the successful applicants with one of the program's volunteers. Over 20 seasoned theater professionals have agreed to act as mentors in the OBA Mentorship Program. These mentors include producers, general managers, theater owners, managing and executive directors, plus public relations, marketing, and advertising professionals.

The Off Broadway Alliance is a non-profit corporation organized by theater professionals dedicated to supporting, promoting and encouraging the production of Off Broadway theater and to making live theater increasingly accessible to new and diverse audiences.


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