Foundation / Corporation
Miller Theatre Advisory Board (MTAB)
11/19/21 5:30 PM
Grants to Texas nonprofit organizations in eligible regions for performances at a local theater that are open to the general public. Funding is intended to support a broad range of professional quality programs and performances in the categories of theater, dance, music, folk art, and multidisciplinary events. Projects must serve the city of Houston.
MTAB accepts applications for the following types of programs at Miller Outdoor Theater:
Grantees will receive a Performance Grant to cover the cost of the proposed production and marketing the event. MTAB will cover the cost of rent, Miller Outdoor Theatre crew and IATSE over hired, security, ushers, tickets, live streaming or video production for streaming and applicable license fees.
Programs with cross-over, multi-cultural and multi-generational appeal are particularly encouraged.
The vastness of the Miller stage and audience area demands that MTAB select performances which will attract a sizeable audience, and support cultural tourism. Performances at MOT shall be “family friendly” in content.
Programs should be cost-effective in audience reach.
GrantWatch ID#: 143788
All performances must occur between March 19 and November 19, 2022.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Submit your application and attachments to:
Re: MILLER THEATRE ADVISORY BOARD, INC. FUNDING APPLICATION
For questions regarding the funding process, required documentation, or payment procedures, please contact MTAB Director of Finance and Operations Reg Burns at (832) 487-7119 or at the above email address.
For questions concerning available dates or artistic criteria, contact Managing Director Cissy Segall Davis at (832) 487-7127, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Miller Theatre Advisory Board, INC.
P. O. Box 66267
Houston, Texas 77266-6267
USA: Texas: Houston
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