Presented by Broadway Producer: Fran Kirmser
If you’ve ever wanted to self-produce a project, now is your chance to jump in!
Self-Producing for Artists is a 3-hour intensive workshop for artists who want to ‘self-produce’ a project and need a plan. Walk in with a specific idea or project, and walk out with a comprehensive plan to accomplish it. Students are provided with a packet of essential guides and a roadmap for their creative project. Upon registration, Fran will hold phone conferences with each student to tailor their path. We will swiftly and productively move through the process below to materialize your idea into a specific action plan!
• Writing and Speaking about your Project
• Developing your work
• Fundraising and Budgeting
• Production Timeline
• Team Building including Casting
• Pitching your work
• Marketing and Audience Development
*Please review registration prerequisites before enrolling.
“Every single thing about her workshop was valuable. It left me feeling empowered and ready to tackle my creative endeavors.” – Julia Boyles (Artist)
“…the most productive, efficient and inspiring workshop ever. Fran has been in our shoes, she understands challenges. She gives you a structure and a master plan. I left really energized and armed with real funding resources. There are a lot of residencies out there or opportunities to show work as a showcase but there are not that many skilled professionals who take the time to equip you with just the right tools to feel ready to leap into producing your work. To that end, Fran is really a gem in the industry. ” – Caroline Brethenoux (Artist)
“Fran has such a wonderful way of taking things that normally seem very daunting and making them do-able and that is a true gift!”
-Jessica Myers (Artist)
Fran Kirmser is a two time Tony Award winning Broadway Producer who began producing theater in the West Village. She currently serves as Executive Producer for the film Lombardi with Legendary Pictures that originally hailed from a theatrical series she conceived and produced on Broadway. Additional Broadway credits include: AUGUST WILSON’S RADIO GOLF, HAIR, GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS, WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF…read more