Manhattan Theatre Source
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Manhattan Theatre Source, founded in 2000 by Fiona Jones, Ed McNamee, Daryl Boling and Andrew Frank, is a not-for-profit arts producing organization with a groundbreaking purpose: To link the disparate communities within New York’s vital Off-Off-Broadway movement, and to provide resources for independent theatre artists and audiences.
They left their physical location at 177 MacDougal Street, and have become one of the thousands of passionate arts production companies that operate without owning a performing space.
However, they are still operating by the principals of their four House Rules:
- Practice generosity of spirit
- Share your information
- Principles before personalities
- Clean up after yourself
Beginning in 2000, the Source proudly honored Off-Off Broadway’s Greenwich Village roots by a creative home for artists of all disciplines and offering a playground for passion and mistakes, hard work and cooperation, big ideas and small budgets. Nurturing artists of all levels, the Source has been and continues to be a launching pad for dozens of successful artists, companies and projects.