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Jason Najjoum, Casting Director

Friday, December 16th, 2011

Jason is originally from northern Virginia. A proud graduate of Emory University, Jason now makes New York City his home. Recent casting credits include Myths & Hymns (Prospect), Dancing at Lunacy, Blood, and Bad Evidence (the cell), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (The Hive), and numerous readings for Prospect Theater Company, New York Theatre Barn, The Hive, and The Pack. Commercially, Jason has worked at Donna DeSeta Casting, Godlove + Company, Background Inc, Foreground Inc, Strickman-Ripps Casting, and Broadcasters on numerous on-camera commercials, webseries, print campaigns, and other on-camera projects, from Kiefer Sutherland’s webseries The Confession to a commercial for Ford Explorer and a promo for the Oprah Winfrey Network. When not casting, Jason is the Creative Development Associate and an Executive Producer of NYTB in the D-Lounge for New York Theatre Barn, and is a new member of the New York Musical Theater Festival’s Reading Committee and Packawallop Productions’ artists collective, The Pack, and is a proud member of The Hive Theater Company. Recent producing credits include I Married Wyatt Earp (Prospect Theater Co./NY Theatre Barn), Dancing at Lunacy, Blood (the cell), Bandage: A Fight Play (The Brick), Male Matriarch (FringeNYC), Another Place (The Anthropologists at HERE), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (The Hive), and Bad Evidence (the cell). Jason was an assistant to lead producer Ken Davenport on the Broadway revival of Godspell.

Prospect Theater Company: Funder Information

Thursday, August 25th, 2011

In order to control Prospect’s printing and mailing expenses as well as “go green,” we’ve created this private web page — which contains all the information we would normally provide in a company press kit or funder information packet.  Please feel free to click the links below to view documents online, or to download the required information.  Please contact Cara@ProspectTheater.org if any further information is required, or with questions.

ORGANIZATIONAL BACKGROUND:

Mission Statement – Company Bio – Board List
Production History:  Past 3 Years (2008 – 2011) / Full Company History (1999-2011)
Staff Bios (Current Season) – Artist Bios (Current Season)

FINANCIAL DOCUMENTS:

FY10 AuditFY10 990
FY11 Financials (UnAudited)
FY12 Budget (As of Aug 2011)
History of Major Funders
Financial Overview: 1998-2012
IRS 501c3 letter

PROMOTIONAL MATERIALS:

Press Clips Packets:  2008-2011 or 2003-2007
Prospect Artists Speak Out
June 2011 Program – I MARRIED WYATT EARP
Numerous Prospect Postcards / Brochures may be viewed on our graphic designer’s website.

EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION:

Sample Curriculum Packet, I MARRIED WYATT EARP (2011)
Letters from Student Matinee Attendees
2011 Summer Intensive Documentary Video

History

Monday, August 1st, 2011

Max is Famous!Since its incorporation in June of 1998, Prospect Theater Company has supported an outstanding and diverse group of emerging artists in NYC’s off-off-Broadway scene. Originally founded by five graduates of Princeton University, Prospect has grown to include a loose network of almost 700 artists.  To date, we have mounted over 30 full-scale productions, as well as numerous “dark nights” events (which have included many readings and workshop stagings of new plays and musicals).  Over the past decade, we have presented the New York and/or world premieres of more than 20 new musicals and 3 new plays.

Prospect actively cultivates and support a community of musical theatre writers, particularly through our annual music theatre laboratory program, commissioning new 10-minute musicals.  In 2010, we also launched a summer residency program in partnership with the Goodwill Theatre in Johnson City, New York to provide a summer workshop opportunity outside of Manhattan for new works in process.

nowhere near to doneProspect performs in rental theater venues of 99 seats or less located in diverse neighborhoods in Manhattan. Some selected recent company productions include:

  • The Blue Flower,  presented Feb. 2 – Mar. 2, 2008 at the West End Theatre.  Audiences entered the restless memories of artist Max Baumann on this Dada-inspired romp through pre-WWI Paris, the Great War, and Weimar Germany.  Striking video projections and inventive music were from the Jonathan Larson Award-winning team of Jim & Ruth Bauer.
  • By founding company members Peter Mills and Cara Reichel, Golden Boy of the Blue Ridge (presented in April 2009 at 59E59 Theaters) was a new bluegrass musical that moved J. M. Synge’s classic Irish comedy The Playboy of the Western World to a setting in 1930’s Depression-era Appalachia and featured an onstage band / acting ensemble.
  • I Married Wyatt Earp, a new all-female musical by composer Michele Brourman, co-bookwriter / lyricist Sheilah Rae, and co-bookwriter Thomas Edward West, re-interprets the events surrounding the infamous “Shootout at the O.K. Corral” in 1880s Tombstone, Arizona.  This production ran at 59E59 Theaters from May 20 – June 12, 2011.

Click here to view a full archive of company productions since 1999.

Prospect Theater Company 10th Anniversary from Cara Reichel on Vimeo.

IRON CURTAIN: Script & Demo Page

Sunday, July 24th, 2011

SCRIPT DRAFT: IRON CURTAIN – April 27, 2011

Click here for demo recordings.

Nagelberg Theater – End Stage Drawing

Nagelberg Lighting Inventory

IRON CURTAIN Audition Materials

Tuesday, July 19th, 2011

Audition sides (pdf scenes & songs) are posted by character below.  You can click the link to the demo CD and listen to mp3s of the songs.  If we are seeing you for a particular role, please familiarize yourself with the appropriate material prior to the audition.

Also, please come prepared with your own 32 bar selection from the “legit musical theatre canon”.  Comedic material is preferred.

Thank you!

CLICK HERE FOR LINKS TO DEMO RECORDINGS
(Please note:  Some sheet music may be updated from demo recordings.)

ENSEMBLE CALLBACK MUSIC “LAPOV LUXURY”: MEN & WOMEN

WOMEN:

MASHA
That’s Capital
Masha / Murray / Howard Scene

HILDRET
A Frau Divided
Howard / Hildret Scene

SHIRLEY
Missing
Travel Agent / Shirley Scene

ENSEMBLE WOMEN
Harvest Moon
Travel Agent / Shirley Scene

MEN:

MURRAY
Five Year Plan
Murray / Howard / Masha Scene

HOWARD
Half A World Away
Howard / Hildret Scene

SCHMEARNOV
The Party Line
Schmearnov / Onanov Scene

ENSEMBLE MEN
Ministry of Musical Persuasion
Border Guard Scene
Khrushchev Scene

Frequently Asked Questions

Sunday, July 17th, 2011

Prospect Theater Company – Frequently Asked Questions

Where is your theatre located?  Are you in Brooklyn?

Prospect does not have a single, physical theater space we occupy.  We generally rent small theaters (99 seats or less) in Manhattan and move around for each production.  This allows us to find the optimal performance space for each show we mount.  Recent performance venues include:  Theatre Row (410 W. 42nd), 59E59 Theaters (59 E. 59th St.), the West End Theatre (263 W. 86th), Baruch Performing Arts Center (East 25th & Lex.), and The Duke on 42nd Street (229 West 42nd).  Despite our name, we have never performed in Brooklyn, and aren’t connected to Prospect Park.  We maintain a year round administrative office at 520 8th Avenue in Manhattan.

Do your actors / artists get paid?

Yes.  We are a professional company and all of our artists and staff (both union and non-union) are compensated financially for their work, typically with a modest salary, fee or stipend.  However, like most other relatively small, non-profit organizations working in NYC, almost all of our artists and staff maintain additional “day jobs” in order to pay the rent.  It is an ongoing goal of the company to be able to increase the level at which we compensate our artists, so they can devote more energy to their true vocation:  creating compelling new theater.  If you’d like to make a contribution to help support our artists’ work, it will be greatly appreciated!

How can my show be produced at Prospect?

If you have a project which you believe we may be interested in, please review our submission guidelines.  For writers, a good first step in getting to know the company (and for us to get to know your work) is to apply to participate in our annual music theater laboratory.

What sort of shows do you produce?

Prospect’s mission is to connect theater’s present to its past, in order to build its future.  Our work is usually ensemble-driven, grounded in a particular historical context, and features heightened language, making use of the inherent power of theatricality.  Over the past decade we have produced both new musicals and new plays (frequently inspired by or adapted from classical texts), as well as re-interpretations and adaptations of classic plays or musicals.  While our productions are eclectic in style, they always appeal to both the head and the heart, engaging with intellectual ideas as well as telling emotionally truthful stories.

How can I audition for Prospect?

Auditions for each Prospect production are announced on our website, as well as through industry channels such as Backstage.com and Actors’ Access / Breakdown Services

Are there volunteer opportunities with Prospect?

We do not have a formal volunteer program, but occasionally need volunteers to assist with mailings or ushering.  To express interest, please send an email to Tony@ProspectTheater.org and we will add your name and contact information to our resource list.

Do you offer student internships?

Prospect does not have a formal internship program.  However, interested students should contact us (email info@ProspectTheater.org) to determine if a specially structured opportunity is available that may suit their individual educational goals.  Our annual Producing / Artistic Associates Program offers early-career directors and producers (college graduates) the opportunity to work in an apprentice-style year long program, assisting the company on mounting each season of productions.  For more info click here.

Is there a resident acting company?

No.  There are many actors who have worked with Prospect on multiple projects, but there is not a set company of performers or other artists, as the needs for each of our productions vary greatly, and we cast and hire artists to best serve each show.  We call ourselves a “company” because we believe in ensemble-driven performance, that teamwork and collaboration create excellent productions, and we work year-round to encourage and maintain a supportive network of artists who have participated in all of our productions.

Have any of your shows moved on to Broadway?

Not yet!  However, several Prospect shows have gone on to receive major regional productions at other non-profit theaters such as the American Repertory Theatre in Boston, The Village Theatre in Seattle, and the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey.  Additionally, many of our shows have received student productions and community theater productions around the country

Can my regional theater / community theater / student theater group produce a Prospect show?

While each of our shows is created by different writing teams and represented by a variety of agencies, the answer to this question is generally YES!  Emerging artists love to see their work produced whenever possible and are always looking for opportunities to develop their work further.  In order to inquire about the availability of a specific piece, you’ll need to contact the writers’ agent, and you can obtain this information by emailing info@ProspectTheater.org and expressing interest.  Shows created by founding artists Peter Mills and Cara Reichel are represented by The Susan Gurman Agency, LLC.  Illyria is licensed by Theatrical Rights Worldwide, and The Taxi Cabaret is licensed by Samuel French.

Why are you called “Prospect Theater Company”?

Many people assume we have connections to Brooklyn or Prospect Park, but this is not the case!  Prospect was founded by five graduates of Princeton University.  In Princeton, Prospect Street is the location where the group’s founding artists cemented their friendships, and where the idea of starting a company was sparked.  The word “Prospect” also embodies the ideals of the company:  “Prospectors” are forward-looking, filled with promise, and adventurously seek new theatrical discoveries of value which will provide perspective and a new viewpoint on our world.

How long have you been around?

Legally, Prospect was founded in 1998.  We produced our first show, an adaptation of the medieval play EVERYMAN, in March of 1999.  Since 2002 we have produced an annual season of productions in NYC.  To view our full production history, click here.

How much do tickets cost?

Prospect strives to maintain affordable ticket prices, making our work accessible to the widest possible audience.  In the past, ticket prices have ranged from $15 – $65, depending on the size and scope of the production.  When top ticket prices are higher we typically offer a lower-priced seating option as well.  We offer incentives for early purchase through discount codes and season subscription opportunities.  To receive notice of insider or early bird discounts, please join our enewsletter list or Facebook Fan page.  There are also significant group discounts available which can be obtained by emailing info@ProspectTheater.org.

Are there any recordings of your shows available?

A number of the new musicals we have produced have studio recordings currently available.  The original cast album of Golden Boy of the Blue Ridge (2009) is available through iTunes or Amazon.com.  The Blue Flower is available for download on iTunes.  With Glee is available through CDBaby.com.  The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey has a cast album available of the regional premiere of Illyria.  In the future, we hope to be able to share more of our shows through original cast or studio recordings.

Do you only perform in New York City?

The majority of Prospect’s activities take place in NYC.  However, we have also undertaken summer residencies in Rome, Georgia (1999 & 2000) and at the Goodwill Theatre in Johnson City, NY (2010, 2012).  As the company grows, we do hope to expand our reach through touring our productions or partnering with other theater organizations to bring our work to wider audiences.

Casting Notice: IRON CURTAIN, A New Musical Comedy

Wednesday, July 13th, 2011

ironcurtainWebIRON CURTAIN: A New Musical Comedy

Produced by Prospect Theater Company
Book by Susan DiLallo, Lyrics by Peter Mills, Music by Stephen Weiner
Directed by Cara Reichel, Choreography by Christine O’Grady
Music Direction by Remy Kurs

AEA Transition Agreement, Year 1  -
Both AEA and non-AEA are encouraged to audition
Weekly stipend available for non-AEA performers.

EPA:  Tuesday, July 26th at Actors’ Equity building
ECC: Mon, August 1 at NOLA Studios
To request an audition appointment, please email ironcurtaincasting@gmail.com with your headshot and resume.

Rehearsals start on or about October 10, 2011 and will be held primarily during the daytime hours.

Performances are Nov. 5 – 27, 2011 at Baruch College’s Nagelberg Theatre (55 Lexington Ave., NYC)

IRON CURTAIN takes place during 1954-55 in New York City, Moscow, and Berlin.  Two down-on-their-luck American songwriters (Katz & Finkel) are kidnapped by the KGB and taken to Moscow, where they are forced to work for the “Ministry of Musical Persuasion,” show doctoring the worst Communist propaganda musical ever written.  In Russia, the team achieves the fame which they were never able to find in America, as their hit musical is made into a movie in East Berlin.  Meanwhile, Howard’s girlfriend Shirley journeys across continents, battling incredible obstacles to rescue her one true love.  Ultimately, the writers must face the choice of returning to the freedom of American obscurity, or embracing fully their new Soviet selves.

IRON CURTAIN received a developmental workshop at the O’Neill Theatre Center in 2008, and was featured in the 2009 National Alliance for Musical Theatre Festival of New Musicals.

Actors are asked to prepare two contrasting short selections (not to exceed 32 bars) from the traditional musical theatre repertory which best represent their vocal ability, and may be asked to prepare a short selection from the show.  No pop / rock please.

CHARACTERS

MURRAY FINKEL – Tenor.  Late 30’s to early 40’s.  An American lyricist.  Sweet, eager to please, somewhat neurotic, unnecessarily optimistic – and not terribly lucky in love (so far).  He’s a good writer, when all is said and done, but has a habit of being in the wrong place at the wrong time.

HOWARD KATZ - Baritone.  40s.  American.  Murray’s long-term, long-suffering composer. Howard is a cynic and a pessimist. Depressing, but funny in his depression. Nothing is ever enough for him… or else it’s too much. With all his faults and dark humor, Howard’s basic goodness and decency shine through. Thus he is able to inspire the love of two totally different women – one of whom is willing to go to the ends of the earth for him.

SHIRLEY DOOLEY – Mezzo-Soprano.  Mid to late 30’s.  American.  An actress who came to NYC from Sweet Springs, Ohio to follow her dream. Not the brightest crayon in the pack. Beautiful in a wholesome, hayseed kind of way. Loyal and unflappable, she is willing to wait around for Howard if it takes forever… which it just might.

YENGENYI ONANOV — Baritenor.  50s-60s.  A Russian bureaucrat, the Director of the Ministry of Musical Persuasion.  Kind, generous of spirit, somewhat innocent of the politics around him, and truly devoted to musical theater. [Speaks in a Russian accent.]

SERGEI SCHMEARNOV – Bari-Bass.  40s – 50s.  A KGB agent and CIA double-agent.  Dark, imposing, taciturn, sneaky. You get the feeling he’s smoldering underneath, and capable of anything to further his cause… or save his ass. He’s handsome, dashing, sexy, and just this side of S & M.  If you heard he walked around with handcuffs in his back pocket, you wouldn’t be surprised.  If you heard he kept them by the side of his bed…you wouldn’t be surprised by that, either.  [Speaks in a Russian accent.]

HILDRET HEINZ — Alto with “stunt soprano” ability and range.  Early 50s.  East German theater director;  blonde, severe. Like her mentor, Bertolt Brecht, she has replaced the ‘d’ at the end of her first name with a ‘t’ to make it sound more percussive and martial. But unlike her idol, Greta Garbo, she rarely “vants to be alone.” A devout nymphomaniac, whose attentions soon become focused on Howard.  [Speaks in a German accent.]

MASHA PETROVNA HAYLUKMIYOVA —  Soprano with a strong mix.  Early 20′s.  A Russian chorus girl.  Wide-eyed and innocent at first.  But as we soon discover, she’s a diva in ingénue’s clothing, and undercover KGB who soon seduces Murray.  [Speaks in a Russian accent.]

ENSEMBLE of seven men and women who play a diverse array of characters (musical theater performers, chambermaids, KGB personnel, border guards, etc.) and will also be assigned to understudy principal roles.  We are seeking versatile performers who are excellent singers, strong movers (with some featured dance moments), and outstanding comic actors with affinity for accents.

NIKITA KHRUSCHEV / COP & OTHERS – Male, 40s – 60s

PRODUCER & OTHERS – Male, 40s

HOTEL CLERK (YURY) & OTHERS – Male, 30s

BORDER GUARD & OTHERS – Male, 20s

OLGA & OTHERS – Female, 30s – 50s.

TRAVEL AGENT & OTHERS – Female, 20s-30s.

UNDERLING & OTHERS – Male or Female, 20s-30s, Strong Dance / Tap Ability

How can I get that CD? Available recordings of Prospect shows…

Monday, April 11th, 2011

THE BLUE FLOWER -   Recorded July – October 2010 by the original Weimarband.  This album can be purchased only through direct sale, by sending a check or money order for $22 (includes shipping and handling) to:  Pontoon Records, P.O. Box 3185, Beverly, MA  01915.  Make checks payable to Pontoon Records.

GOLDEN BOY OF THE BLUE RIDGEOriginal Off-Broadway Cast Recording from Great White Wax available for purchase and download.

ILLYRIA - Cast recording from the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey‘s 2004 Regional Premiere production, now available for online purchase.

WITH GLEE -  Prospect 2010 Off-Broadway Cast Recording from Brimmer Street Productions, available for purchase or download.



NYSCA Work Samples – Peter Foley, Composer

Friday, April 1st, 2011

Resume of Composer / Lyricist Peter Foley (PDF)

Proof of Peter Foley New York State Residency – SENT HARD COPY VIA MAIL

“To Sing” from SONGS FROM AN UNMADE BED, performed by Michael Winther (orchestrated by the composer)

RECORDING (mp3)

SCORE (pdf)

“Pineheart” from THE HIDDEN SKY, performed by Matthew Heimer, James Bohanek, Joshua Olesker and Kate Baldwin (orchestrated by the composer)

RECORDING (mp3)

SCORE (pdf)



Frequently Asked Questions about Prospect

Sunday, March 20th, 2011

Prospect Theater Company – Frequently Asked Questions

Where is your theatre located?  Are you in Brooklyn?

Prospect does not have a single, physical theater space we occupy.  We generally rent small theaters (99 seats or less) in Manhattan and move around for each production.  This allows us to find the optimal performance space for each show we mount.  Recent performance venues include:  Theatre Row (410 W. 42nd), 59E59 Theaters (59 E. 59th St.), the West End Theatre (263 W. 86th), and the Hudson Guild Theatre (441 W. 26th).  Despite our name, we have never performed in Brooklyn, and aren’t connected to Prospect Park.  We maintain a year round administrative office at 520 8th Avenue in Manhattan.

Do your actors / artists get paid?

Yes.  We are a professional company and all of our artists and staff (both union and non-union) are compensated financially for their work, typically with a modest fee or stipend.  However, like most other relatively small, non-profit organizations working off-off-Broadway, almost all of our artists and staff maintain additional “day jobs” in order to pay the rent.  It is an ongoing goal of the company to be able to increase the level at which we compensate our artists, so they can devote more energy to their true vocation:  creating compelling new theater.  If you’d like to make a contribution to help support our artists’ work, it will be greatly appreciated!

How can my show be produced at Prospect?

If you have a project which you believe we may be interested in, please review our submission guidelines.  For writers, a good first step in getting to know the company (and for us to get to know your work) is to apply to participate in our annual music theatre laboratory.  Our Dark Nights Series is also a way in which diverse artists may receive opportunities to self-produce using Prospect’s theater space when our mainstage productions are not performing.

What sort of shows do you produce?

Prospect’s mission is to connect theater’s present to its past, in order to build its future.  Our work is usually ensemble-driven, grounded in a particular historical context, and features heightened language, making use of the inherent power of theatricality.  Over the past decade we have produced both new musicals and new plays (frequently inspired by or adapted from classical texts), as well as re-interpretations and adaptations of classic plays or musicals.  While our productions are eclectic in style, they always appeal to both the head and the heart, engaging with intellectual ideas as well as telling emotionally truthful stories.

How can I audition for Prospect?

Auditions for each Prospect production are announced on our website, as well as through industry channels such as Backstage.com and Actors’ Access / Breakdown Services.

Are there volunteer opportunities with Prospect?

We do not have a formal volunteer program, but occasionally need volunteers to assist with mailings or ushering.  To express interest, please contact _______ and we will add your name and contact information to our resource list.

Do you offer student internships?

Prospect does not have a formal internship program.  However, interested students should contact us (email _____) to determine if a specially structured opportunity is available that may suit their individual educational goals.  Our annual Producing / Artistic Associates Program offers early-career directors and producers (college graduates) the opportunity to work in an apprentice-style year long program, assisting the company on mounting each season of productions.  For more info click here.

Is there a resident acting company?

No.  There are many actors who have worked with Prospect on multiple projects, but there is not a set company of performers or other artists, as the needs for each of our productions vary greatly, and we cast and hire artists to best serve each show.  We call ourselves a “company” because we believe in ensemble-driven performance, that teamwork and collaboration create excellent productions, and we work year-round to encourage and maintain a supportive network of artists who have participated in all of our productions.  To read our official company membership description, click here.

Have any of your shows moved on to Broadway?

Not yet!  However, several Prospect shows have gone on to receive major regional productions at other non-profit theaters such as the American Repertory Theatre in Boston, The Village Theatre in Seattle, and the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey.  Additionally, many of our shows have received student productions and community theater productions.

Can my regional theater / community theater / student theater group produce a Prospect show?

While each of our shows is created by different writing teams and represented by a variety of agencies, the answer to this question is generally YES!  Emerging artists love to see their work produced whenever possible and are always looking for opportunities to develop their work further.  In order to inquire about the availability of a specific piece, you’ll need to contact the writers’ agent, and you can obtain this information by emailing info@ProspectTheater.org and expressing interest.  Shows created by founding artists Peter Mills and Cara Reichel are represented by The Susan Gurman Agency, LLC.  Illyria is licensed by Theatrical Rights Worldwide, and The Taxi Cabaret is licensed by Samuel French.

Why are you called “Prospect Theater Company”?

Many people assume we have connections to Brooklyn or Prospect Park, but this is not the case!  Prospect was founded by five graduates of Princeton University.  In Princeton, Prospect Street is the location where the group’s founding artists cemented their friendships, and where the idea of starting a company was sparked.  The word “Prospect” also embodies the ideals of the company:  “Prospectors” are forward-looking, filled with promise, and adventurously seek new theatrical discoveries of value which will provide perspective and a new viewpoint on our world.

How long have you been around?

Legally, Prospect was founded in 1998.  We produced our first show, an adaptation of the medieval play EVERYMAN, in March of 1999.  Since 2002 we have produced an annual season of productions in NYC.  To view our full production history, click here.

How much do tickets cost?

Prospect strives to maintain affordable ticket prices, making our work accessible to the widest possible audience.  In the past, ticket prices have ranged from $15 – $65, depending on the size and scope of the production.  When top ticket prices are higher we typically offer a lower-priced seating option as well.  We offer incentives for early purchase through discount codes and season subscription opportunities.  To receive notice of insider or early bird discounts, please join our enewsletter list or Facebook Fan page.  There are also significant group discounts available.  For more information on ticket rates, please click here.

Are there any recordings of your shows available?

A number of the new musicals we have produced have studio recordings currently available.  The original cast album of Golden Boy of the Blue Ridge (2009) is available through iTunes or Amazon.com.  The Blue Flower is available for download on iTunes.  With Glee is in the process of being recorded, and a release date will be announced shortly.  The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey has a cast album available of the regional premiere of Illyria.  In the future, we hope to be able to share more of our shows through original cast or studio recordings.  However, the expense of making a cast recording is significant.  In the future, we hope to be able to share with you news of more recordings.

Do you only perform in New York City?

The majority of Prospect’s activities take place in NYC.  However, we have also undertaken summer residencies in Rome, Georgia (1999 & 2000) and at the Goodwill Theatre in Johnson City, NY (2010).  As the company grows, we do hope to expand our reach through touring our productions or partnering with other theater organizations to bring our work to wider audiences.