The Miranda Theatre Company, a non-profit organization dedicated to the development and production of new plays, announces Pop-Up Productions – an innovative new theatregoing experience. Debuting this fall, the new format will offer a disruption from traditional seasonal programming with a variety of limited engagement productions at venues throughout New York City. Each Pop-Up Production will be announced six weeks in advance or sooner with simultaneous online ticket sales at a set ticket price of $25 (and some at no cost at all). Audiences will be treated to a free drink and/or edible delight while experiencing an array of new work by fresh artists pushing the live performance model. As the landscape of Off-Broadway changes, Miranda takes on the industry with a fresh idea, ushering in a new age of Off-Broadway theater.
The first Miranda Theatre Company Pop-Up Production will take place this fall and will be announced shortly. Join Miranda Theatre Company’s social media channels and/or email list for the latest Pop-Up news.
“As a small not-for-profit theatre company, Miranda is always looking for new and innovative ways to expose new works to NYC audiences,” said Artistic Director Valentina Fratti. “With the creation of Pop-Up Productions, we will provide artists the opportunity to take first steps fearlessly and embrace the process without the added pressures that come with producing commercially or with the major nonprofit theaters. And, by providing affordable tickets and add-on surprises audiences will get a chance to see bold new works in a spontaneous and fun new way.”
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