Commercial Theater Institute (CTI), the theater industry's leading training & professional development program for those interested in producing, announces the final line up for its upcoming Marketing Seminar. The two-day course features marketing and PR executives from leading agencies, as well as digital specialists from top companies like Facebook, Google and Ticketmaster. Steve Tate is both a speaker and moderator given his vast history as both producer and media marketing and advertising executive in the theatrical field.
Tate Theatrics Media Marketing & Advertising Broadway client
"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."
Tate Theatrics Media Marketing & Advertising Off Broadway client receives NYTimes Critics' Pick!
"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
On November 7, 2016 the Dramatists Guild Fund presented its annual benefit gala- Great Writers Thank Their Lucky Stars: The Presidential Edition at Gotham Hall in New York. Guests included Stephen Sondheim, Stephen Schwartz, Tom Kitt, John Breglio, Mandy Gonzalez, Christopher Sieber, Raúl Esparza, Aaron Tveit and more.
Tony Award winner Alice Ripley and Aaron Lazar will lead the cast of an invitation-only reading of The Wonderful Mr. and Mrs. O'Leary, a new comedy by playwright Matte O'Brien, directed by David Alpert, and produced by Tate Theatrics.
On October, 30, 2014 Capacity Interactive presented "Digital Boot Camp for the Arts" with speaker Steve Tate presenting on "All Social is a Stage."
You guys know that there are a bunch of organized Tony Awards viewing parties in New York City . Our favorite annual house party is thrown by Steve Tate. We chatted with Steve over drinks about what makes an amazing Tony party, and what he’s planning for this year.
"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."
"I called this enthralling show the best new American musical since “Spring Awakening.” It told the story of Max, based on the German artist Max Beckmann, and three other interconnected people, beginning in pre-WWI Berlin and ending on Central Park West in the 1950s. Jim Bauer’s eclectic score was lush and memorable, as was Will Pomerantz’s ingenious production at Second Stage" - Jeremy Gerard
"The Blue Flower...it’s a steamer-trunk-full of worthy, often wondrous experimentation — and maybe a prospectus for a new language of musical theater."
"An adventurous, one-of-a-kind and perhaps unforgettable affair….a musical theater piece as rare and provocative as a blue flower."
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.
The Blue Flower won the 2011 Elliot Norton Award for Best Musical and Outanding Design. Combine that with the production's 6 IRNE Awards including Best Musical and it's swept both of Boston's top prizes for outstanding theatre
The Blue Flower took home a host of honors at the 2011 Independent Reviewers of New England Awards, presented April 25 in Boston. Wins include Best Musical, Best Actor (Dan Jenkins), Best Supporting Actress (Meghan McGeary), Best Musical Director(Mark Rubenstein), Best Lighting Design, and Best Sound Design.
London's The Old Vic Theatre, the historical home of theatrical legends including Laurence Olivier, John Gielgud, under the artistic direction of Kevin Spacey, in association with New York's Public Theatre launch 2010's US/UK Exchange where actors, directors, and producers engage in a week of cultural activity and artistic development.
The Blue Flower, the new multimedia play with music starring Tony Award nominee Daniel Jenkins, blossomed Dec. 1 at the American Repertory Theater. Here is a look at the production:
"Wicked" composer Stephen Schwartz has signed on as a commercial producer attached to "The Blue Flower," the multimedia tuner gearing up for a run at Boston's American Repertory Theater later this year. "Blue Flower" is the first legit producing gig for Schwartz, whose 1970 tuner "Godspell" will be revived on Broadway next year.
Stephen Schwartz, composer and lyricist of such Broadway classics as Wicked, Pippin, and Godspell makes his theatrical producing debut with Jim and Ruth Bauer’s The Blue Flower, calling the production, “one of the most creative and original pieces of musical theatre that I’ve ever encountered in my life.”
Broadway's Matt Doyle (Spring Awakening, Bye Bye Birdie) and Celina Carvajal (Toxic Avenger, MTV's Legally Blonde) will play the roles of John and Tierney in this new darkly comedic love story.
ONWARD opens April 2, 2009 at 59E59 Theaters, located at 59 East 59th Street between Park and Madison.
“Taken together, they make Green Eyes the rare vest-pocket love story that’s as epic in scope as it is intimate in stature. But it’s also something considerably more important: musical theatre in its most exciting, elemental form. ”
Green Eyes, which is billed as "An Original Contemporary Musical," begins a limited run at Theater 80. The production will play the Off-Broadway venue through Aug. 23.