Sunday, 8 February 2015

We're back!

We've been preparing some big things since you last heard from us. Now we're back with a more active profile, and ready to announce some great stuff this week.

Say hello to Rob Hartmann, who is going to facilitate The Larder with me. Rob is a composer, lyricist and bookwriter who has had more than a dozen musicals produced in theaters across the United States, including in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Seattle, Nashville and others. Rob received his masters degree from the Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program in the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, where he has been a member of the faculty since 1999.

The Larder is a central hub for a community of musical theatre writers and composers: a place where you can come and tell us, and other fellow writers, what you need. The goal will always be to help you help yourself, especially when it comes to developing and producing your own work. We can organise anything from a blog post to an event if there seems to be a demand for something in particular, and we can also work with you as an individual writer, as and when you need a hand.

So don't wait until someone happens to offer the thing you've been waiting for: get in touch with us and the rest of The Larder community, and together we'll figure out how to help you get what you need when you need it.

It's free to connect with The Larder, and you can do so through our blog, Facebook page, mailing list, via YouTube, and on Twitter. For all the info on how to find us, just go to

There are already some useful posts on the Blog with info about things like formatting scripts properly, how to acquire rights for adaptations, writing for young performers, and more. If there's something you want to know more about, give us a shout via email ( or hook up with us on Twitter @AnotherNibble and we'll do our best to help you out, even if that's just to point you in a useful direction.

And keep an eye out this week. We've got some great stuff coming up!


  1. so am looking to do a concert version of new musical in London , am looking for a theatre with anywhere between 100-200 seats, I need a fairly large screen to project on and it needs to be in central London, RADA has been very helpful , but their theatre is around 60 seats.

  2. Hey Joeyrob,

    You could try LOST Theatre - - or St James Theatre -