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Distraught Yet Upbeat, Broadway Stars Give ‘Concert for America’

Distraught Yet Upbeat, Broadway Stars Give ‘Concert for America’

Tate Theatrics: Media Marketing & Advertising

"A constellation of well-known Broadway performers gathered on Friday at the Town Hall auditorium in Manhattan to sing a collection of songs about love of country and hope for the future, offering a competing vision of America to the one they associate with the country’s new president."

NYTimes Review: God of Vengeance "A TIMELY REVIVAL!"

NYTimes Review: God of Vengeance "A TIMELY REVIVAL!"

Tate Theatrics: Media Marketing & Advertising

"THE PLAY IS REMARKABLE in its nuanced depiction of Manke and her fellow prostitutes Basha. DEFTLY DIRECTED! The cast’s commitment brings the work’s FLASHES OF LYRICISM TO POWERFUL LIFE! BEAUTIFULLY PLAYED! THEIR LOVE IS AFFECTING IN ITS HONESTY!” – Charles Isherwood, The New York Times

NYTimes The HUNT: Theatre Duo Finds UWS Apt

NYTimes The HUNT: Theatre Duo Finds UWS Apt

"Mr. Tate, 32, a graduate of the University of California, San Diego, who has his own theater producing and marketing company, tatetheatrics.com, wanted a 'regular kind of walk-up building,' rather than a fancy high-rise."

The Blue Flower Blooms anew this October Off-Broadway at New York's Second Stage Theatre

The Blue Flower Blooms anew this October Off-Broadway at New York's Second Stage Theatre

Tate Theatrics: Creative Producer

The company’s 33rd season begins in October with the New York premiere of the new musical “The Blue Flower,” written by Jim Bauer and Ruth Bauer and directed by Will Pomerantz. The show, which was produced at the American Repertory Theater in Boston last year, uses video, dance and music to tell the story of four friends living through the Belle Époque and World War I.