Broadway Artists Connection OPEN MIC & Mingle

Posted: March 30, 2014 in BAC Inside


FROM: Broadway Artists Connection
MEDIA CONTACT: Phoenix Steiner | Tel: 646 770 0780646 770 0780
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BAC_OMC-FINALNew York City, New York – March 30, 2014 – Sometimes it’s not what you know, but who you know.  And with the entertainment industry, that saying can definitely prove true, as indicated by the glowing success of the Broadway Artists Connection and their social events. The next highlight of BAC’s upcoming event series will take place on April 6th, 2014 7-9pm at the Nuyorican Poet’s Café (236 E. 3rd St, New York, NY 10009), and provides an amazing opportunity to connect and stay connected within the industry. Hosted by 7 time Broadway Vet, Drama Desk Nominee and TV actor John Bolton, accompanied by the great Brad Ross, will give attendees the chance to mingle with most notable musical theater artists and insiders, including two-time Tony Nominee Reg E. Gaines, Jessica McRoberts, Happy McPartlin, Joan Barber and Matt Dotzman, among many others.
“Talent, drive and determination alone aren’t enough to propel you toward success in the entertainment industry,” says Tamlyn Brooke Orlando, Founder of the Broadway Artists Connection.  “Through the Broadway Artists Connection unique social events, we bring together Broadway Artists and enthusiasts to create, connect and share their talents for the greater good of our communities. We’re also providing a highly coveted chance to meet personally with prestigious industry notables.”
Since launching the Broadway Artists Connection in January 2008, the organization was joined by over 150 qualified Broadway members and hundreds of supporters and friends.
“The networking impact is huge. Working artists float in and out of very tight communities as they hop from show to show, however, these communities are short lived. And aspiring artists work for years to land a conversation with insiders”, says Orlando. “BAC brings everyone together, nurtures their creativity and as a result, dozens of artists establish new relationships that have led them to jobs, gigs and performance opportunities.”
As the momentum behind BAC’s social events continues to grow, so too does the organization itself.
This collaboration has created an engaging, supportive environment for Broadway Artists and those who love Broadway to co-mingle, build relationships, assist and grow their various theatrical/artistic goals, all while sharing their talents for the communities.
The buzz is spreading quickly and the network continues to thrive.

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