7 Notes for Writers, from 3 Directors of Note

 by Timothy Huang Writing musicals can be a lonely, hilarious, cringe-worthy, awesome, depressing, exhilarating thing. There’s nothing quite like the feeling of knowing you’ve written the next “Take Me Or Leave Me”, only to have colleagues in your workshop take it, stomp all over it, then leave it twitching in the streets awaiting EMS. But… Read More 7 Notes for Writers, from 3 Directors of Note

NAMT Festival Interview: Writer Timothy Huang

This week, New York will see a sharp and welcome uptick in new musicals thanks to the NAMT (National Alliance for Musical Theatre) Festival, October 15-16. During these two days, NAMT will present eight musicals (selected from 223 submissions) to members of their organization, who represent regional theaters around the country interested in producing contemporary musical theatre.… Read More NAMT Festival Interview: Writer Timothy Huang

Writers’ Corner – Timothy Huang: Letters to a Young Musical Theatre Writer

We’re happy to be launching a new Writers’ Corner blog series, giving our fantastic writers a chance to talk about their work and issues they face in the industry. Our inaugural blog is by Timothy Huang, whose bio is below. Enjoy! **** The other day a former student of mine sent me an email announcing… Read More Writers’ Corner – Timothy Huang: Letters to a Young Musical Theatre Writer