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Playwrights Horizons Theater School and 440 Studios

440 Lafayette Street 3rd Floor

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Come join us and April's Salon host Mark Sonnenblick as we celebrate our community and share new work with one another once again!

Our free monthly Factory Salon showcases composers and writers of the MTF family while uniting the Factory community in celebration of art and song. Only just starting out with MTF? Perfect! Salons are a phenomenal opportunity for newcomers to check us out and learn about ways to get involved. Plus, there's always an open mic portion for anyone interested in sharing their new work.

Having trouble with coming up with something new to share? Try using this month's writer's block prompt: Spring has FINALLY sprung and change is in the air. Write a song about you or a character changing an opinion, rewriting the narrative, or starting afresh.

Gather at 7:15 pm, performances at 8:00 pm. Drinks available at a donation-based cash bar. For more information please contact our Salon Line Producers, Carmen and Brandon, at salon@mtf.nyc.

**Attention Members! There are a limited number of reserved slots for the salon. To reserve a spot, please e-mail salon@mtf.nyc by APRIL 20**

OUR HOST, MARK SONNENBLICK:

Mark Sonnenblick is a composer, lyricist, and bookwriter, although not always at the same time. His work has been performed at venues across the country, including Lincoln Center, Ars Nova, The Kennedy Center, Don't Tell Mama, Rockwood Table and Stage, and the Sitka Public Library. His show Midnight at The Never Get ran for two months last summer in Provincetown, MA, and Dragons Love Tacos is currently on national tour with TheatreworksUSA. Mark was a Dramatists Guild Fellow (with composer Ben Wexler) and has developed work at The Johnny Mercer Writers Colony (Goodspeed Musicals), UCross Foundation, Rhinebeck Writers Retreat, The John Duffy Institute (Virginia Arts Festival), Composers and the Voice (American Opera Projects), and The Johnny Mercer Songwriting Project. He won a 2018 Larson Grant and a 2017 Bistro Award.

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