At TRW, we are committed to arts education. Through workshops at conferences and group visits in our office, we strive to be a resource for educators, directors and students in the theatre industry. On December 13th, we welcomed students and faculty from the theatre department at Appalachian State University, on their annual trip to NYC. Jim Hoare, TRW’s… Read more »
Posts Categorized: theatre
The Young@Part® collection is comprised of 45 to 75 minute adaptations of popular musicals from the TRW catalogue designed to provide a rich dramatic and musical experience for elementary and middle-school aged kids. On the verge of launching two new Young@Part® titles, we sat down with Fred Stuart, Chief Creative Officer at TRW, to learn about the… Read more »
Check out the first promo for CMT’s new series Sun Records, based on the Broadway musical MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET. License MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET for your next musical.
It’s that time of year when teachers finally get a much needed break. Time to catch up on all the books you haven’t read and all the professional development you have been dreaming of! Who are we kidding, winter break is for SLEEP! If you do feel like reading, check out our TRW digital PersualsNow… Read more »
Did you miss the livestream of the Bright Star concert featuring Steve Martin, Edie Brickell and the incredible Carmen Cusack? Watch the full concert here, including a bonus talk back.
As we prepare to close the TRW offices for a few days of family and friends and celebration, we’ll stop time for a moment, be in the now, and take an opportunity to focus on what we are thankful for. There are many things we are thankful for at TRW: From the privilege to work in… Read more »
by Ryan Goodale It’s alarming that Thanksgiving is merely a week away, but only because by the time you’ve started to digest your dinner, some of your family will be ready to set up shop outside a Best Buy and wait for the impending Black Friday stampede. I love a bargain as much as the next person,… Read more »
by Glenn Halcomb November 29, 2016 is quickly approaching, and now is the time to start preparing for one of the largest fundraising days in the world. If you are unfamiliar with Giving Tuesday, I refer you to our previous article HERE. Below are some last minute tips for capturing your donor audience. Create an… Read more »
By Ryan Goodale Halloween is rapidly approaching so we thought it would be fun to look at a couple of theatrical haunts! Theaters are a notorious place for things to go bump in the night and whether this is something you believe in or not, theres is no denying the superstitions. Take a ghost light… Read more »
by Ryan Goodale Bare is a show I have always been a fan of. Is it a “pop opera” or a “musical”? Who’s to say. These days it seems the show has become a one name diva, like Cher or Madonna. Okay, perhaps that is a bit extreme, but the show holds a special… Read more »