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Current Programs

Julia de Burgos Cohort

June 4th - August 13th

Applications are currently closed. Please check back for future cohort submission info!

The Cohort is a small group, 3 month deep dive into the work. Over six meetings, facilitated by fellow professionals, the Cohort works together to improve and expand their musicals.

1st Annual Benefit Concert

Monday, Sept 26th, 6:00PM EST

Haswell Greens (240 52nd St, NY, NY 10019)

A night of celebración, comunidad, y musica nueva from our writers! Join us for special guests, surprises, and one hell of a party - all to raise money for the Lab and the programs for our writers!

Table Reading Series

June 19th - September 25th

Applications are currently closed

This series presents closed table reads of new and in-development musicals. Feedback from Lab staff is also provided to help move each show at least one draft forward.

4xLatiné: Take Two

Monday, August 22nd, 7:00PM EST

Teatro Latea (107 Suffolk St, NY, NY 10002)

Featuring four, fifteen minute excerpts of new musicals, all written by Latiné writers! These presentations are staged and sung for a live, in-person audience. Join us for a night of new, Latiné musicals!

Office Hours Initiative

Our staff loves working 1:1 to help our writers with their current projects. We consult on a wide variety of topics, and each of the members of our team has different skills and experiences they bring to the table.

These appointments are completely free for Latiné-identifying writers and their teams. 

Each of our volunteers has a limited number of hours available each month, and takes appointments largely on a first-come-first-served basis. 

If you have any questions, feel free to email us at info@latinemtlab.org

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Our Programming Goals

Goal #1: Create accessible spaces

As much as possible, we create spaces that include our community around the country and the world. That means investing in hybrid solutions that allow us to create live, in-person theatre, and also include folks at any distance.

Goal #2: Develop the work

We help writers at every stage of their writing process and their career develop their shows and their material. That means offering a large variety of programs to get the work read, performed, and seen. 

Goal #3: Be of service

Being of service to us means offering all of our programs to our writers for free, so that we can reduce the economic barriers for success in this industry.

Goal #4: Educate

We host regular workshops and classes because we want to invest in our writers and their growth, not just the products they create.

Goal #5: Be a champion

We're committed to building relationships with theatres, organizations, and producers that allow us to advocate for the work of our writers. Relationships that also allow us to be of service to everyone in the room, because the work we have to share is a gift to everyone involved.