Latest Past Events
A conversation with five MUSE founding members as they discuss how their musical training prepared them for a thriving career in theater. There are very few educational programs for musicians aiming for Broadway, and thus a lack of exposure to musical theater as a profession, especially for Black and Brown artists. Join us as we examine how the skills that most musicians have been acquiring on-the-job have already laid a foundation that will allow them to flourish as theater professionals.
Presenting MUSE: Musicians United For Social Equity. Join us for our inaugural event as we discuss MUSE's aim to cultivate more racial diversity in the music departments of the theater industry. Our coalition is motivated to create pathways for musicians of color, particularly Black and Brown artists, who are seldom granted access to high-level positions in theatrical music departments. In this panel with some of our core founders, we will talk about MUSE and its central values, laying out the programs and events that we plan to provide for our members and advocates as we move towards more equitable representation in our profession.