Formed by Warren Adams, T. Oliver Reid, and Reggie Van Lee, BTC has secured significant partner relationships across the industry with producers, directors, designers, and advertising agencies that can support the ecosystem they are creating, providing opportunities for Black professionals in these areas. They are focusing on paid placements in the workforce, mentorships, and assistant positions on Broadway shows and theatrical projects. TTLP and BTC will support candidates in General Management through a combination of existing program opportunities and bespoke opportunities created for this project. Each candidate will be placed in a production office for two years. After the first two years, Fellows will have access to TTLP’s network of resources, mentors, and continued support.
Managed by Co-Directors Orin Wolf and Steven Chaikelson, The Prince Fellowship is designed to support the development of gifted emerging theatrical producers. The Prince Fellowship is committed to sustaining the finest traditions of creative producing.
Overview of the three year Creative Producer Fellowship:
Year 1 – Prince Fellowship
Year 2 – Work Placement
Year 3 – Project Development
TTLP's Company Management Program is approved and in full alignment with the New York State Diversity and Arts Job Training Program. This program is designed to support and retain BIPOC Company Managers and Assistant Company Managers interested in working on Broadway.
TTLP is positioned to assist Broadway productions in the recruitment and continued development of BIPOC Company Managers by offering supplemental opportunities for continued learning and mentorship. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any inquiries and details on the application process.