Need someone to write with? Come to our Collaborator Speed Date!

Unless you’re some kind of writing triple-threat wunderkind that can pull off book, music & lyrics, if you want to write musicals, you’re going to need a partner . . . or two . . . or six.

But where do you find them?

I’ve gotten a bunch of emails lately that have said something like, “Help! I have so many ideas that I want to see on the stage, but I can’t write (insert music, lyrics, or book here).  How do I find someone to write with?”

Well, we’ve decided to help!

On Tuesday, March 1st, from 7 PM – 9 PM, we’re going to hold our very first Collaborator Speed Date!

We’re inviting all librettists, composers, and lyricists to come to our studio, and mix-it-up with other librettists, composers and lyricists.  We’ll provide the snacks.  You provide the creativity.

Maybe you’ve never written with anyone before.  Or maybe you’ve written with a partner for a long time and want to meet someone different.

Maybe you have a fully fleshed-out score. Or maybe you just have an idea you want to bounce off some people to see who else is passionate about it.

Wherever you are in your concept or your career, come to the Collaborator Speed Date.  Meet other people just like you.  And then make something great.

Here are the details:

Collaborator Speed Date
Tuesday, March 1st, 7 PM – 9 PM
Davenport Studio
250 West 49th St.  #302
NYC

To RSVP, email jane@davenporttheatrical.com and let her know whether you are a Composer, Lyricist or Bookwriter (no other folks at this Speed Date – we’re talking about one for Producers and Directors in the future – but this one is just for the writers).

RSVP today!

See you there!

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