REWATCH: A NIGHT OUT WITH KATYA
STREAMED LIVE FROM THE NCTC BASEMENT ON JUNE 30, 2020
Enjoy a special evening of songs, stories, and strong cocktails with Katya Smirnoff-Skyy, Russia's (self proclaimed) Greatest Mezzo-Soprano Understudy, turned Countess, turned Macy's cosmetic counter lady, was joined by special guests Jesse Cortez, Amanda King, and Joe Wicht on this night OUT at NCTC. We are offering this re-screening at no charge, but we hope you will support our theatre on Give OUT Day, the only national day of giving for the LGBTQ community on June 30th.
The mission of New Conservatory Theatre Center is to champion innovative, high-quality productions & educational theatre experiences for youth, artists, and the queer & allied communities to effect personal & societal growth, enlightenment and change.
Our vision is that theatre is a community event and a way to build community.
There are six primary programs at New Conservatory Theatre Center with the following missions and central aims:
To develop & produce queer & allied theatre that gives voice to, entertains, and promotes exploration in order to celebrate diversity and foster communication.
To provide theatre training to empower youth to express themselves, celebrate difference, and gain self-esteem.
To develop and produce performances to educate youth and those who guide them with particular focus on challenging issues, new ideas, and making choices that will positively impact their lives.
To produce plays targeting young audiences ages 4-8 and their families.
NEW VOICES/NEW WORKS
New Voices/New Work was created in 2002 to commission and develop new work for young audiences and to expand the canon of LGBTQ+ themed plays. The program celebrates and gives voice to a broad range of playwrights. NCTC has produced more than 40 world premieres over nearly four decades.
New Conservatory Theatre Center (NCTC) has been in operation since 1981. Still led by its Founding Artistic Director, Ed Decker, NCTC provides the San Francisco community with high-quality youth education programming, Queer & Allied theatre, children’s theatre, new work commissions and emerging artists residencies that support local and national artists. NCTC’s annual operating budget is approximately 1.6 million.