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Greetings Community,

Well I’ve recovered from my birthday show and had the best time ever.  We sold out The Triad and my people showed up and showed out.  Will begin the mixing process of the live CD, will keep you posted.  In the meantime there are some great events happening that you should all try to take part in.  Please make your reservations in advance as you know it makes the difference in the continued success of these projects.  Go see at least one live performance this month, there is nothing like it, be it theatre, art show, dance or music event treat yourself.  Enjoy the list below and I’ll see you all behind the lights.

As Always,







Tyler Perry's The Marriage Counselor (title treatment)

A New Stage Comedy Written and Directed by

Tuesday, April 7 Through Sunday, April 12, 2009
and Tuesday, April 29 Through Sunday, May 3, 2009

2009 Capital Jazz Festival Weekend: Important Update
RHYTHMflow Vacations has partnered with the ladies (Detrel Howell & Pam Nichols) of ONUTSS to bring you the “Capital Jazz Festival Weekend Getaway” in Columbia Maryland, Friday June 5 – Sunday June 7, 2009.
This year’s festival schedule is strong mix of Jazz and R&B/Soul artists that we’re sure you’ll enjoy. Capital Jazz Festival Website
We are now able to offer you reserved Pavilion seating or General Admission tickets (Sat./Sun.) with your package, in addition to:
1. Roundtrip bus transportation to/from New York City (Lv: Friday 6/5-Harlem NY @ 11AM/Depart Maryland Sun 6/7 approx. 6PM)
2. Bus transfers to/from Jazz Festival site @ the Merriweather Post Pavillion
3. Accommodations for 3days/2 nights at Element Arundel Mills Hotel in Hanover, Maryland.. (Breakfast included Saturday and Sunday)
4. Friday afternoon/evening visit to Baltimore’s Inner Harbor or Arundel Mills Mall.
Our package will be $369 per person (double occ), $329 per person (triple occ) with General Admission tickets or $429 (double), $389 (triple) with Reserved Loge seats
There will be 2 additional package options, which will include:
(A) Hotel/Bus Only: For those who have purchased tickets on their own. ($285 p/p dbl)
(B) Hotel/Tickets Only: For travelers outside of the NYC area who would like to meet up with the group in Maryland . ($275 p/p with GA tickets or $335 p/p with Reserved Seats)
A $200 Non-Refundable Deposit is due immediately to secure your tickets and hotel room. Final payment is due on/or before May 8, 2009! Act Now before it’s too late..
Complete details available at: www.rfvacations.com/capitaljazz
Below you will find the tentative line-up & performance schedule:
Saturday June 6, 2009:

Pavilion Jazz Stage
Special guest host Alonzo Bodden

12:00 Joey Sommerville

1:30 Marion Meadows
3:00 Regina Belle
4:30 Roy Ayers

6:00 Norman Brown
7:30 George Duke
9:00 Will Downing

Soul Stage at Symphony Woods
Hosted by Tony Richards

12:30 Daysahead
2:00 Leela James

3:30 Rahsaan Patterson
5:00 Swing Out Sister
6:30 Raheem DeVaughn

8:00 The Underground Divas (featuring Maysa, N’dea Davenport, & Caron Wheeler)
Sunday, June 7, 2009
Pavilion Jazz Stage
Special guest host Alonzo Bodden
12:00 Guitars & Saxes (featuring Jeff Lorber, Euge Groove, Jeff Golub, & Jessy J)

2:00 Pieces of a Dream with special guest Phil Perry
4:00 Lalah Hathaway
5:30 S.M.V. (featuring Stanley Clarke, Marcus Miller, & Victor Wooten)

7:30 Kirk Whalum

9:00 Al Jarreau

Soul Stage at Symphony Woods
Hosted by Tony Richards

12:30 Pete Belasco

1:45 Anthony David & Mike Phillips

3:30 Gary Taylor
5:00 Angie Stone

6:30 Peabo Bryson

8:00 En Vogue
I hope you will join us for this special musical weekend… Please share this information with your family and friends.
Thank you for your support,
Craig Chapman
RHYTHMflow Vacations
PO Box 130
Bronx, NY 10467
Don’t Forget “Jazzy Montreal IV”, July 1-6, 2009 • www.rfvacations.com/jazzymtl09

4-22 Fundraiser Graphic

Join Harlem Arts Alliance,

N Boutique, StyleWhipped


Special Guest
Tamara Tunie*
(Star of TV’s Law and Order SVU)
A shameless evening of fashion and Harlem arts boosterism
to raise awareness and support for the
Harlem Community Arts Fund

a program of

the Harlem Arts Alliance that:

– Connects our youth with Harlem Arts Institutions

– Provides funding for Harlem’s emerging arts organizations

– Directly supports Harlem Artists

Featured Artists:
Nerissa Rivers-Lawrence and Shimoda

Music by The Tevin Thomas Trio

Special Hors D’oeuvres by Michelle’s Catering and Bistro

Wednesday, April 22nd from 6:00 – 8:30PM
Location: N Boutique
114 W. 116th Street, New York, NY 10026

(between 7th and Lenox)
Call for info: (212) 410-0030, x279

*Ms. Tunie’s appearance subject to schedule availability.

Harlem Arts Alliance

290 Malcolm X Blvd.
New York, New York 10027

Dancing In My Mind
By Robert Wilson

Friday, April 17th, 7:30pm
Saturday, April 18th, 7:30pm
Suzushi Hanayagi, Osaka © Robert Wilson, 2008

Performance added due to overwhelming demand:
Saturday, April 18 @ 4:30pm

Robert Wilson, working with Carla Blank, creates a performance-portrait inspired by Suzushi Hanayagi, legendary Japanese performer and choreographer of classical dance. Wilson started working with Hanayagi in his 1984 production of The Knee Plays, which was partially developed in Japan. In 2008 he sought her out in an Osaka home for the elderly where she has been living for years in a state of dementia. Archival and newly filmed material of Hanayagi by Richard Rutkowski is combined with recreation of performance material and newly choreographed dances by Jonah Bokaer and Illenk Gentille. The work reflects Hanayagi’s current state and serves as a poetic monument to a working friendship.

KOOL-Dancing in My Mind is co-produced and co-commissioned by Works & Process; Guild Hall, East Hampton; and the Byrd Hoffman Watermill Foundation with support from the Jerome Robbins Foundation.

$30 General, $25 Members, $10 Students
Box Office: 212 423 3587
Monday-Friday, 1-5 p.m.

Jazz/Soul Singer Kenny Wesley @ Billie’s Black


Saturday, June 20, 2009
8:00pm – 11:00pm
Billie’s Black
271 W 119th St
Harlem, NY
Acclaimed DC Jazz/Soul Artist Kenny Wesley will take the stage at Harlem’s Billie’s Black in celebration of their 3rd Anniversary.

Two sets: 8:30PM & 9:45PM

Cover: $5

Please Call Billie’s (212) 280- 2248 to RSVP. Thanks!


Temple “M” Art Performance Space

Friday, April 24, 2009
7:00pm – 10:00pm
Temple “M” Art Performance Space
555 West 141st Street (bet) B’way and Hamilton Pl
New York, NY


A dynamic New York based Jazztet led by Bassist/Composer Rachiim Ausar-Sahu. He leads an eight piece ensemble of New York’s finest musicians:
Chip Crawford on Piano, George Gray on Drums, Neil Clarke on Afrikan Percussions, Antony Ware on Sax, Andrae Murcheson on Trombone, Yosuke Sato on Sax and Vocalist Gregory Porter

Tickets: $15 at door
This venue sells Vegetarian Dishes and Various Herbal Hot/Cold Drinks.



Thursday, April 16, 2009 at 7:00pm
Friday, April 17, 2009 at 12:00am
147 Front St
Brooklyn, NY

Relax @ reBar

Live Art:
Amanda Diva
See One

Double U Tomek


Come and chill at reBar.
You can hit to the space after work for great food, organic atmosphere, live art and good music!

Please come and support with us at ReBar this Thursday, April 16th from 7pm-12am for our second after work sessions with Old Soulz Art Collective and DJ’s from all over the globe to celebrate art and music. We want you to get loose and vibe to the sounds of DJ Double U tomek. Live painting by Lichiban, Amanda Diva, See One and another gallery viewing of artwork from Old Soulz art collective only up for a limited time. Grab a bite, hear some tunes, maybe purchase some artwork, but either way come kick back and relax with us. Brooklyn, Stand up!


Center Stage Playhouse presentsA NEW BRAIN

Music and Lyrics by William Finn, Book by James Lapine and William Finn

Originally Produced by Lincoln Center Theatre, New York City, VocalArrangements by Jason Robert Brown

Directed by Shani Colleen Murfin, Musical Direction by Kurt Kelley, Choreography by Bethany Marie White

A NEW BRAIN, by award-winning composer and lyricist William Finn (FALSETTOS and THE 25TH ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE), is a musical loosely based on the playwright’s own near-death experience following brain surgery. The whimsical story explores the role of music and family in the lead character’s life and recovery. A fan-favorite for its witty originality,critics have called it “charming,” “great fun,” with a “big-enough-to-burst heart.”

Featuring: Jonathan Bauchman, Donna Maria Bellone, Jordan Bragg, Alexis Bronkovic, Christine Cataldo, Albert Dobyns, Debra Thais Evans, Matthew Helton, John Magalhaes, Glenn Weill

Performance Dates:April 17, 18, 19, 24, 25, 26, 30, May 1 and 2, 2009

Thursday, Friday, Saturday shows at 8 p.m.Sunday matinee at 2 p.m.

General Admission $20 Seniors and Students $17

$2 off with Bronx Cultural Card(Discounted Preview on April 16 at 8 p.m., $12)

Location:Foster Hall2474 Westchester Avenue (near St. Peter’s Church)Bronx, NY 10461

Limited Seating, Call for Reservations: 718.823.6434 or buy tickets onlineat http://www.theatermania.com http://www.centerstageplayhouse.org


Frederick P. Rose Hall, Home of Jazz at Lincoln Center
Broadway at 60th Street
New York, NY

Tap dancers Jared Grimes and Dewitt Fleming, Jr. join the
Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis in “Spaces,” a five-movement tap ballet by artistic director Wynton Marsalis along with the premiere of “Jesse B. Semple Suite,” based on stories by Langston Hughes set to music by JLCO trombonist Vincent Gardner. The “Jesse B. Semple Suite” will feature actors Anthony Thompson Adeagbo and Summer Hill Seven.

Jazz, Tap and Theater
Thu-Sat, Apr 16-18, 8pm
Rose Theater



Jazz at Lincoln Center Box Office
Broadway at 60th Street
(ground floor)
Monday-Saturday, 10am-6pm
Sunday, 12pm-6pm

“Sometimes I Cry”

Wednesday, April 15, 2009
Syracuse University
Schine Student Center Goldstein Auditorium
235 Schine Student Ctr
Syracuse, NY 13202

Friday, April 24, 2009
Abyssinian Baptist Church
132 Odell Clark Place (Formerly 138st)
New York, NY 10030
Presented by The Abyssinian Baptist Church, Canaan Baptist Church, Convent Avenue
Baptist Church, St. Philip’s Episcopal Church, The National Black Leadership Commission
on AIDS and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Bronx Alumnae Chapter

Saturday, April 25, 2009
Church Alive Community Church
1201 Findlay Ave (167th & 168th Streets)
Bronx, NY 10456
Presented by Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Bronx Alumnae Chapter and The National
Black Leadership Commission on AIDS
For more information, please visit http://www.sometimesicry.org


Apollo Salon Series

Friday, April 17, 2009 – Saturday, April 25, 2009

Apollo Theater Apollo Theater

253 West 125th Street, New York, NY

Friday and Saturday, April 17-18, 2009 – 7:30


Life After Dark is a collaborative experience of artists, handpicked by creative composer electro jazz cellist Dana Leong. Representing vastly different cultures and genres, this musical collage culminates into a one-of- a- kind live multimedia experience. It is an exhilarating mash-up of hip hop, jazz, and electronics.

Friday and Saturday, April 24-25, 2009 – 7:30

Melvin Van Peebles’


In collaboration with the Classical Theater of Harlem, Melvin Van Peebles presents a musical reinterpretation of his politically progressive classic 1971 film, Sweet Sweetback’s Badasssss Song.

Tickets available at:

Apollo Theater

253 West 125th Street, Harlem NYC

Box Office Hours: Mon, Tue, Thu & Fri: 10AM-6PM

Wed: 10AM -8PM Sun: 12PM-6PM

Call: 212.531.5305 or visit http://www.apollotheater.org

Ticketmast at 212.307.7171 or http://www.ticketmaster.com/venue/6

FreshStart-Cultural Theatre Arts Productions, Inc. presents FreshStart-Open Mic Night

Location: Windows Over Harlem
in the Adam Clayton Powell State Building
163 West 125th Street, 3rd. Floor

Monday April 27, 2009 from 7 – 9PM

These Open Mic Night Events will be conducted once month from April 2009 to September 2009. Performers will also be chosen to participate in upcoming FreshStart Performing Arts Series 2009-10.

The entire Program will be video taped.  Select portions may be aired on Public Access Television.

10th Anniversary Dance Extravaganza
25% Discount for limited time (see how to save below)

Experience the magnificent diversity of contemporary dance in a tenth anniversary celebration at our extraordinary home, the historic Harlem Stage Gatehouse. In three special programs, we look back at shining stars, ahead to bright lights of the future and honor legends in the field.

Thursday-Saturday, April 16-18
and 23-25, 2009 Performances: 7:30 pm
Tickets: $20

Buy Tickets: 25% Discount Code CITYEM10

(Sat. April 18 and Thurs. April 23)

A scintillating program dedicated to choreographers making their first works and those who have already made great strides in their careers. The program features Malcolm Low, Ja’Malik, Francine E. Ott, Daniel Fetecua-Soto, Sidra Bell, Samar Haddad King, Johari Mayfield, Richard Rivera and Hattie Mae Williams.


Ten from Ten
(Thurs. April 16 and Sat. April 25)
The return of ten choreographers whose remarkable work has received acclaim by Harlem Stage audiences during the past ten years. The program features Brandon “Peace” Albright, Arthur Aviles, Hope Boykin, Camille A. Brown, Ayodele Casel, Pedro Jimenez, Erick Montes, Judith Sanchez Ruiz, Edisa Weeks and Adia Whitaker.

Legends and Legacies
(Fridays, April 17 and 24)
In two stunning performances, three renowned choreographers are joined with choreographers whom they have influenced and been influenced by in turn. Each program is followed by a discussion with the artists.

Performance 1 (April 17, 7:30):
Chuck Davis, Abdel Salaam and Karen Thornton-Daniels with the Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Dancers Donald Byrd and Thaddeus Davis, Gus Solomons Jr. and Kyle Abraham

Performance 2 (April 24, 7:30):
Joan Myers Brown and Kim Bears-Bailey, Jawole Willa Jo Zollar and Nora Chipaumire, Virginia Johnson and Legacies: Tanya Wideman-Davis, Ashley Murphy and Paunika Jones

Thursday-Saturday, April 16-18
and 23-25, 2009 Performances: 7:30 pm
Tickets: $20

Buy Tickets: 25% Discount Code CITYEM10


College Division: ages 18-22
Professional Division: ages 23-35
Judges Choice Awards
Audience Choice Awards
An exciting presentation of up
and coming classical singers!
Audience cast ballots for
singers of your
2008 Finalists

Friday, May 15, 2009

Leonard Nimoy Thalia at Peter Norton Symphony Space
2537 Broadway @ 95th St, NYC
Box Office: 212-864-5400
#1, 2 and 3 trains to 96th St.

Tickets: $25.00
Competition Application on line:
Email: harlemoperatheater@gmail.com
Messages: 212-592-0780



Space to Create in the Hudson Valley
Now accepting applications for the summer 2009
Early bird deadline April 17, 2009
(see pdf application for details; link is below)

In its sixth year, chashama Pine Plains continues to evolve as an opportunity for emerging artists. The program provides 3 summer sessions of live and work space for seven rotating artists-in-residence. The communal kitchen is stocked with fresh, local organic produce and naturally raised meats. Cooperatively prepared daily meals with a focus on whole foods act as the anchor of the residency program. Opportunities to engage in local food production are being organized with local farms, allowing artists the opportunity to encourage the respect and interaction with the environment and agricultural history of the Hudson Valley.

* June 2-28th
* July 6-28th
* August 3-30th

Set on five acres, adjacent to hundreds of acres of undeveloped woods, chashama Pine Plains (chaPP) consists of two structures, the Spruce Farmhouse and the Bungalows. The farmhouse is a historic farmhouse with two bedrooms and five studios. The Bungalows are three adjacent apartments that house the communal kitchen and lounge, five bedrooms and two studio spaces.
Each artist is given a private bedroom with private or shared bathrooms.
The studios are semi-private and have one or two tables, and a few other artists’ supplies.
Outdoor dining area.
Communal lounge.
2-4 kitchen spaces for artist experiments or food related installations
Communal computer for emailing. Wireless network in Spruce farmhouse.

Residency Information:
Residencies are four weeks and culminate in an open studios event.
Artists are free to set their own daily schedule and activities.
Artists must coordinate their own transportation to and from the residency.
A communal bicycle is available.
There is one shared meal per day, the kitchen is stocked so individual meals and snacks can be prepared as needed. (Primarily vegetarian, meals may include organic and naturally raised meats two to three times a week).

Please download application HERE.

chashama Pine Plains location
2600 Route 199
Pine Plains, New York 12567

Questions or for more information please contact:


Love Jones NYC

Friday, April 24, 2009 at 12:00am
Duane Park Restaurant & Lounge
157 Duane street (Broadway & Hudson)
New York, NY

Come celebrate the Arts and be uplifted by the sounds of New York’s most inspiring musicians, artists, singers, dancers and poets all while International painter, Nathan Jalani Taylor paints a live portrait based on the love expressions of the night for YOU. Definitely a night to remember… at Tribeca’s hottest venue, Duane Park Restaurant & Lounge…

The last Love Jones was sold out so make your reservations early! Check the flier and LoveJonesNYC.com for more details and our featured artists.

Maschil Entertainment presents LoveJonesNYC:
“Lion King’s” Soulful Singer: Sophia Nicole, International Musician/Artist: Akil Dasan, Broadway’s “Rent’s” Soulful Singer: Crystal Hall,
BET & Apollo Winner Poet: Messiah
& Host Singer/Songwriter J-Harris!

Date: April 23rd
Doors open: 9pm (Dinner optional)
Show starts: 10pm SHARP
Place: Duane Park, 157 Duane st. (1,2,3,A,C,J,M,Z to Chambers St, or 4.5.6 to BK Bridge/City Hall. Walk 2 blocks North to 157 Duane st.)
Love Tickets: $12
Reservations: 212-732-5555
Venue: DuaneParkNYC.com
Site: LoveJonesNYC.com



Culturals of Color Symposium

Thursday, April 17th, 2009
9:00am – 6:00pm
Skylight Gallery
1368 Fulton Street
Brooklyn, N

Information and Registration:

Connecting and Serving Community Arts Leadership

Friday, April 17th, 2009
1368 Fulton Street, 3rd Floor
Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn
9am – 5pm

Workshop – Panel – Roundtable

Information and Registration: http://www.culturalsofcolor.eventbrite.com

Keynote Speaker, Dr. Marta Moreno Vega
President, Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute
Member, New York State Council on the Arts
Sis. Kwayera Archer Cunningham, Ifetayo Cultural Arts Academy
Lillian Cho, Asian American Arts Alliance
Laurie Cumbo, MoCADA
Diane Fraher, American Indian Artists, Inc.
Pam Green, Weeksville Heritage Center
Georgiana Pickett, 651 ARTS


Art in the Park 2009

As the temperature slowly climbs into Spring, Riverside Park is coming back to life.  Our volunteer projects have begun again in full force, and our first North Park community event is coming up in less than a month.  On Saturday May 9th Riverside Park Fund, in collaboration with Harlem School for the Arts (HSA), will be holding our first ever evening of Art in the Park.  This event grew out of a number of discussions with teachers from HSA about our mutual desire to create a free and open exhibition of youth arts that will celebrate the open spaces and parks of West Harlem.  At this point we have musicians, photographers, actors and visual artists from HSA contributing their work and performances, but we are eager to include youth artists from all over Harlem.  I have attached a flyer that I will be distributing throughout West Harlem, putting out an open call for youth artists.  If you know any artists under the age of 18 who might be interested in this event do me the favor of passing this flyer on to them, or if you simply know anybody who would like to come see the wide array of spectacular arts that will be on display, please help me spread the word.  I am very excited about this event and I look forward to seeing you there.

Art in the Park will be taking place in a majestic, but underused portion of Riverside Park located directly West of Riverside Drive between 152nd Street and 150th St.  The space is an immense stone amphitheater with staircases descending into it from Riverside Drive.  Take a look at the space if you get a chance, and get in touch with me if you have any suggestions or questions.  I will send out further details closer to the date of the event.

Isaac Fleisher
Cell) 646-241-9379

Fax) 212-870-3079
North Park Outreach Coordinator
Riverside Park Fund







Written by SI KAHN


Join six-time Grammy Award-nominee John McCutcheon as he tells the story of legendary Swedish-American union agitator and songwriter JOE HILL, a champion of American immigrant rights in the early 20th Century.

He traveled the front lines of labor battles in the U.S. and Canada, writing songs to encourage the workers and to promote the burgeoning labor movement… until his arrest on a trumped-up murder charge in Salt Lake City in 1915.


Judson Memorial Church

55 Washington Square South, New York City

(wheelchair accesible entrance 243 Thompson Street)


For Reservations call (212) 563-2565 or email amasevents@aol.com



Donna Trinkoff/Producing Artistic Director

Amas Musical Theatre is a non-profit, multi-ethnic theatrical organization founded in 1968 by Ms. Rosetta LeNoire. The Amas mission is grounded in non-traditional, multi-ethnic production, education and casting. Amas (“you love” in Latin) is devoted to the creation, development and professional production of new American musicals through the celebration of diversity and minority perspectives, the emergence of new artistic talent, and the training of inner-city young people. Recent productions include Wanda’s World, Shout! The Mod Musical, Lone Star Love, From My Hometown, Zanna, Don’t! and Stormy Weather: The Story of Lena Horne.`



All new repertory theatre ensemble presenting fresh new works. Committed to the purpose of providing a platform for emerging artists of Harlem and the community at large. Building on the legacy of Harlem’s contributions to the arts.

Nickolas Long, III –Artistic Director

Theatre in residence at: Samuel’s Temple 75 E.125th street, NY NY 10035

(347) 291-6289 (347) 581-5822 yyministries@yahoo.com visit the following websites,

www.myspace.com/theangelofjosiahwc, www.broadwayworld.org, www.blacks2broadway.org ,


Off Broadway Play,

The Exchange

A story of fame, wealth, prominence, secrets, love, betrayal, and redemption .

Written and Directed by Nickolas Long, III .

Set in 1927 in the fictional “Zion City”, about a fictional wealthy black family, The Martins whose secrets among them and their loyal friends tear them apart. Witness this compelling drama featuring Harlem New York’s all new repertory ensemble, Josiah Theatre Works. Play also pays tribute to the famous Harlem Renaissance

Stage Manager: Lawrence Smith Choreography: H.B.Hill

Set Designer: Jon C. Long


Tomike Ogugua C. Tucker Andrea Womack Brooke Taylor H.B Hill

VR Small Kevin Williams Charlotte Gilkes Kenya Capers

Brendon Patrick Meagan Bartsch

Preview Date: Sunday May 31st, 2009 6:00pm *Preview Tickets only $15*

Show dates: Every Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday

7:30pm, *2:00pm & 7:30pm*(Saturdays only)

Venue: Samuel’s Temple 75 E. 125th st (Harlem) NY NY

Tickets $20.00 , Seniors, Students, Groups of 10 or more $15.00

For More information for tickets, reservations and or for bookings contact,

(347) 291-6289, (212) 234-6211, (347) 581-5822, yyministries@yahoo.com

*Josiah Theatre Works is funded in part by generous community donations*



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Share The Vision Productions

“Where the Community is Served and Stars are Born”

Independent Promotional Agent

Seeking Independent Promotional Agent with a broad and flexible set of skills to support in promoting a non-profit theatre organization.

Getting the Word Out: Marketing and Promoting the Production. Promotional activities make up the foundation of a marketing strategy; they are the guts of the marketing strategy because promotional designs reach specific people and motivate them to get involved. One of the major challenges of any production is Staffing, that is why your commitment and focus is critical to the success of this project.

For the successful execution of the Gospel Musical – DISSENT AT THE ROCK: A GOSPEL MUSICAL will consist of the following duties and responsibilities:

  • Collaborate with the Producer to confirm overall vision of the production and discuss and formulate an outline for a Production Plan.
  • Production Plan to include working with Non-Profit Organizations Churches – Gay/Lesbian – All Affirming. Developing Mailing List, Press Releases. Work with the Media – Radio Talk Shows, TV Talk Shows, Magazines, News Papers and Electronic Promotions. Develop and distribution of Posters and Flyers. Ticket development and electronic set-up. Our focus is Success.

The aforementioned duties and responsibilities will be completed prior to an agreed show date of …2008. I, Producer will work and collaborate with Promotional Agent through this total production plan operation to its successful completion. We at STVP work as a team to assure success of our projects. Additionally, you will be motivated to receive a bonus for going above and beyond expectations. Payment will be made on a mutually agreed date or scheduled payments prior to the confirmed performance.

DISSENT AT THE ROCK: A GOSPEL MUSICAL dealing with hypocrisy and homophobia in the Black Church and its negative affects on the congregation and community. This project is also a vehicle to educate, enlighten and entertain.

This musical project will be used as a vehicle to raise money for other non-profits and create avenues to expose the agencies services to a wider community. Especially, in the case of HIV/AIDS organizations, where funding has been drastically cut.

Please e-mail your resume to sharethevisionproductionsinc@yahoo.com along with a half-sheet of your most significant accomplishments in this field. Salary to be discussed



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