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Don't miss Troy Anthony's Joe's Pub debut, in a double bill with fellow groundbreaking writers from MTF’s People of Color Roundtable including Jerome Ellis, Michelle J. Rodriguez, Rona Siddiqui, and Kirya Traber & Sissi Liu! Troy will present songs from THE RIVER IS ME (lyrics and book by Sukari Jones), DARK GIRL CHRONICLES (play by Nia Witherspoon), as well as brand new music from his upcoming music theater piece ANTIOCH MASS, premiering at The Shed in May 2020. Come and experience an evening of affirmation, reflection, and liberation as we all lift our voices in song. This is not a concert. This is a celebration service. You will not leave the way that you came.
Troy Anthony is a 2019-2020 MTF Maker that has presented music at Joe’s Pub, 54 Below, Prospect Theater Company and the Musical Theater Factory (MTF). Commissions include the Atlantic Theater Company, The Civilians and The Shed. Troy has been seen in the Public Theater’s Hercules, Twelfth Night and As You Like It, as well as Prospect Theater Company’s Tamar of the River. He leads the Public Theater’s Public Works Community Choir and focuses on the intersection between art and social justice at the DreamYard Art Center.
Musical Theatre Factory is a 501(c)3 non-profit artist service organization dedicated to developing new work in a collaborative atmosphere—free from the pressures of critical or financial success—that dismantles oppressive ideologies towards collective liberation through powerful and joyful story and song.
We center musical theatre makers of excellence who exist in the intersections of underrepresented groups while providing all access programming and support for musical theatre makers to collaborate and grow together. In 5 years, MTF has been part of the development lifecycle for 130+ new musical theatre works with more than 900 volunteers amassing over 15,000 combined service hours.