CTI Now Accepting Nominations for Annual Producing Intensive

News   CTI Now Accepting Nominations for Annual Producing Intensive
The Commercial Theater Institute, which was created by the Theatre Development Fund and the League of American Theatres and Producers to cultivate and educate producers for the commercial theatre, is currently accepting nominations for its annual 14-week intensive program.

Members of the League, the off-Broadway League, ATPAM, artistic or management heads of non-profit institutional theatres, an entertainment attorney or a past "CTI Fourteen-Week Program" participant must nominate a candidate for the intensive.

The advanced level 14-week program, which is limited to only 25 participants, discusses the ins and outs of producing for Broadway, Off-Broadway and the road through lectures and discussions. Particular attention is given to the relationship between the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors in project development.

Prospective candidates will be selected by Victoria Bailey, executive director of Theatre Development Fund (TDF); Charlotte St. Martin, executive director of the League of American Theatres and Producers; Ed Sandler, membership director of the League of American Theatres and Producers; and Jed Bernstein, program director for the Commercial Theater Institute.

CTI offers several workshops throughout the year. The current Creative Development Intensive, which leads producers through the developmental process of a new commercial work, features case studies from the creative teams of In the Heights, Radio Golf, Spring Awakening and The Color Purple.

The 14-week intensive will run from Jan. 21–April 21, 2008. The deadline for nominations is Nov. 30. For applications and further information on all CTI programs, visit www.CommercialTheaterInstitute.com.

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