A Nation Grooves: A People’s History of Hip-Hop and The Quiet World
Mara Isaacs, Director of Project Springboard: Developing Dance Musicals, today announced the recipients of the third annual residency awards: A Nation Grooves: A People’s History of Hip-Hop, led by Kambi Gathesha (creator, director, choreographer), and Sinan Zafar (sound design, sonic dramaturgy); and The Quiet World, led by Charles Sutton (director, choreographer), Will Van Dyke (composer), and Matthew Greene (book). Both projects will be in residence June 10-28, 2019 in New York City.
A Nation Grooves: A People’s History of Hip-Hop draws inspiration from the origins of hip-hop and those who birthed it, specifically youth in the New York and Bay areas. A Nation Grooves is a response piece to Bring in Da Noise, Bring in Da Funk – through freestyle dance, this piece follows black history from the 1970s to the present, as a new discourse on the staying power of the beat.
The Quiet World, based on Jefferey McDaniel’s poem of the same name, considers a world in which the government allows its citizens a maximum of 167 words per day, “in an effort to get people to look into each other’s eyes more.” Two young lovers’ inability to connect through language causes them to challenge the world in which they live.
Launched in 2017 and designed to encourage collaborations in which choreography plays an integral part in the conception and creation of new musical projects, Project Springboard: Developing Dance Musicals provides a fully-supported, multi-week development residency for two creative teams in the early conceptual stages of a new dance musical.
“Kambi Gathesha and Charles Sutton are each developing singular musical theater works in which dance is an essential component of the narrative, “said Isaacs. “Although the movement vocabulary and method of storytelling couldn’t be more different, both artists are asking probing questions about the human condition and how we connect.”
Ellen Sorrin, a director of the Jerome Robbins Foundation, explained, “Jerome Robbins made choreography central to the narrative of the shows he choreographed by being part of the creative process from the earliest stage of its development. The Jerome Robbins Foundation initiated Project Springboard: Developing Dance Musicals to support creative teams in giving choreography a central role in the crafting of new musicals.”
Project Springboard: Developing Dance Musicals was born out of an extensive inquiry, led by Director Mara Isaacs and the Jerome Robbins Foundation, into the role that choreographers play in the conception and development of new musicals. Overwhelmingly, in the two-year study, they heard from directors, choreographers, composers, lyricists, and book writers that while there is a genuine appetite for developing dance-driven musicals, there are limited avenues available to independent artists to develop these labor-intensive collaborations. It was out of these conversations that Project Springboard: Developing Dance Musicals was created to 1) encourage collaborations that incorporate choreographic and directorial ideas at conception, 2) develop the work with dance fully integrated into the story-telling, and 3) address the existing financial and practical obstacles to developing those ideas in early stages of development.
Project Springboard: Developing Dance Musicals aims to foster the continued development of the selected projects, in partnership with not-for-profit theaters, with the eventual goal of mainstage production. With additional support from the Jerome Robbins Foundation, Project Springboard: Developing Dance Musicals will continue to nurture projects in their early stages to create a pipeline of new dance-driven musicals into the not-for-profit theater community. Previously awarded projects include: 2018 residencies Bhangin’ It, led by Rehana Mirza (co-book writer), Mike Lew (co-book writer), Sam Wilmott (composer/lyricist), Rujuta Vaidya (choreographer), and Amy Anders Corcoran (director); and The Night Falls, led by Troy Schumacher (director/choreographer), Ellis Ludwig-Leone (composer/co-lyricist), and Karen Russell(book writer/co-lyricist); and 2017 residencies Untitled created by Camille A. Brown, and Here In the Bright Colorado Sun created by Susan Misner and Jonathan Bernstein.
In addition to leadership support from the Jerome Robbins Foundation, Project Springboard: Developing Dance Musicals is made possible with the generous funding of the Howard Gilman Foundation, the Mertz Gilmore Foundation, the Frederick Loewe Foundation, and the Geraldine Stutz Trust.
A Nation Grooves: A People’s History of Hip-Hop Creative Team:
Kambi Gathesha (creator, director, choreographer). Originally from Nairobi, Kenya, Gathesha is a Brooklyn-based actor and choreographer. He studied acting at the Juilliard School and dance and African History at Columbia University. As an actor, he was most recently seen in the New York premiere of Obie award-winning playwright Aleshea Harris’ What to Send up When it Goes Down. His other New York credits include Our Lady of Kibeho (Signature Theatre); Romeo and Juliet and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Classical Theatre of Harlem). Regionally he has appeared at the Williamstown Theatre Festival and he recurs on the forthcoming television pilot “Big Dogs” (Choice Films). As a dancer and choreographer, he has presented work at APAP, PMT, Dance New Amsterdam, City Center, Peridance, Battery Park Downtown Dance Festival, Cool New York, and White Wave. He has collaborated and worked with choreographers Reggie Wilson of Fist and Heel; David Parker’s The Bang Group, Darcy Naganuma, and with Tony Award-winning Hamilton choreographer Andy Blankenbuehler. Education/Training: Juilliard and Columbia.
Sinan Zafar (composer) is a New York-based sound designer and composer. Broadway: What the Constitution Means to Me (Helen Hayes Theater). Off-Broadway/New York: What the Constitution Means to Me (New York Theatre Workshop, Clubbed Thumb); What To Send Up, and She Would Stand Like This (The Movement Theatre Company); Intelligence (Next Door @ NYTW); Hamlet (Waterwell); Midsummer (Tiltyard). His work has been seen regionally at theaters across the country, including: Williamstown Theatre Festival, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Yale Repertory Theatre, Weston Playhouse Theatre Company, Dorset Theatre Festival, Two River Theater, and TheaterSquared. University: Yale Drama, Dartmouth University, NYU, Sarah Lawrence College. He is a member of Wingspace Theatrical Design. MFA: Yale School of Drama. SinanZafar.com
The Quiet World Creative Team:
Charles Sutton (director, choreographer) is a dancer and choreographer with more than a decade of Broadway experience. He has originated and danced in 10 Broadway shows, and has worked with Tony Award-winning directors and choreographers. Choreography credits: Evita (ACT), NOEL (VenueWorks Tour), Wringer (City Center Stage II), Gregorian (Soho Rep), Newsies (Theater By The Sea), Saturday Night Fever (Theater By The Sea), Young Charles Dickens (Mint Theater), Away Towards Home (Ensemble Studio Theater), Sherlock Holmes (development) and the co-artistic director for Working Artists Theatre Project. Associate choreographer credits: Diana (La Jolla Playhouse), The Who’s Tommy (Kennedy Center), Clueless (Off-Broadway), Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion, Beatsville (Asolo), and A Sign of the Times. Broadway credits: An American in Paris, Kinky Boots (Astaire Award nomination), How to Succeed in Business…, Lysistrata Jones, Catch Me If You Can, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, The Addams Family, Crybaby, La Cage aux Folles, Wicked. Visit CharlieSutton.net for more information.
Will Van Dyke (composer) currently serves as the music supervisor and conductor of Pretty Woman on Broadway, which he also arranged and orchestrated. Compositions include Chasing The Day, i(Pioneer), The Gravedigger’s Lullaby (TACT), Writing Kevin Taylor (Village Theatre), Winnie the Pooh, KIDS (Disney), The Lion King Experience titles (Disney). Currently in development: Magnificent Climb with Rick Elice, Imagine Harry, Wintersong, Seven Broken Hearts, and The Circle and The Wheel with Jeff Talbott. Other music director credits include Kinky Boots, Rent, The Addams Family, Grease, and Wicked. Will orchestrated Andrew Lippa’s shows The Life of the Party (Menier Chocolate Factory) and The Man in the Ceiling (Bay Street). His albums Chasing the Day, Writing Kevin Taylor (2013 Concept Recording), and an executive producer with Jeff Talbott, A View of the River, are available wherever digital music is sold. With Annaleigh Ashford, he has recorded two original songs, “Another Time” (MAC nomination) and “A New Year”. With Matt Doyle, Will co-wrote and produced his albums Daylight, Constant, Make the Season Bright, and Uncontrolled. www.willvandyke.com
Matthew Greene (book) is a playwright, librettist, and lyricist whose works have been seen on both coasts and a few places in between. His play Thousand Pines had its world premiere at Westport Country Place, directed by Austin Pendleton. The autobiographical Good Standing played at Theater Row as part of the United Solo Theatre Festival and his play Gregorian premiered at Walker Space, produced by Working Artists Theatre Project. Adam and Steve and the Empty Sea had its sold-out world premiere at Plan B Theatre in January, where it was named Best Original Play by the 2013 Salt Lake City Arty Awards. It subsequently had a run at the 2013 New York International Fringe Festival and was presented as part of OUTReach’s LGBTQ Youth Summit. His other plays include Job Well Done (national finalist, American College Theatre Festival); Bread of Affliction (Society for the Study of Jewish American and Holocaust Literature); #Mormoninchief (New York International Fringe Festival). His film Boy with Blue was awarded Best of Fest at the Oceanside Film Festival. He spends his days working with Opening Act, an organization that provides theater education to underserved high schools. A California native and proud foster father, Matthew earned a B.A. in Theatre at Brigham Young University and currently lives in New York City.
Project Springboard: Developing Dance Musicals
Mara Isaacs (director, Project Springboard: Developing Dance Musicals) is a creative producer and founder of Octopus Theatricals, a theatrical producing and consulting company dedicated to fostering an expansive range of compelling theatrical works for local, national and international audiences. Recognized as a field leader in new play and musical development, Mara has produced over 150 productions on and Off-Broadway, across the US and internationally. Current projects include Hadestown by Anaïs Mitchell, Theatre for One, Iphigenia (a new opera by Wayne Shorter and Esperanza Spalding), Dreaming Zenzile by Somi Kakoma and many others. Mara was Producing Director at McCarter Theatre Center in Princeton, NJ (1995-2013) and previously produced new play development programs and productions for Center Theatre Group/Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles (1990-1995). www.octopustheatricals.com www.projectspringboard.org
Jerome Robbins established the Foundation in 1958 with the intent to support dance, theater, and their associative arts. The Foundation supports dance and theater companies, presenting organizations, the Jerome Robbins Dance Division at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, and created initiatives such as the Floria V. Lasky Symposium and Project Springboard: Developing Dance Musicals to support the field of the performing arts and the issues challenging its mission to remain an integral part of life in our ever-changing times. The Jerome Robbins Foundation is led by Christopher Pennington (Executive Director), Allen Greenberg and Ellen Sorrin. www.jeromerobbins.org
The New Dramatists’ 71st Annual Benefit Luncheon With Josh Groban, Suzan-Lori Parks, Ban Platt and More
On Tuesday the New Dramatists’ 71st Annual Benefit Luncheon was held at the New York Marriott Marquis, 1535 Broadway, Broadway ballroom 6th floor and T2C was there to interview.
We were so pleased to interview Josh Groban and Annaleigh Ashford from Sweeney Todd, Natasha Yvette Williams from Some like It Hot, Colton Ryan (New York, New York) and Wayne Cilento (Dancin’)
Next up the honoree Suzan-Lori Parks (Topdog/Underdog and the Harder They Come), Miriam Silverman (The Sign in Sydney Brurstein’s Window), Jim Dale (Barnum), Eddie Cooper (Parade) and Stephen Boyer (Kimberley Akimbo)
And finally we talked to Ben Platt (Parade), Katy Sullivan (Cost of Living), Brandon Uranowitz (Leopoldstadt), Robert Horn (Shucked), Kevin Calhoon (Shucked) and Sharon Washington (New York, New York)
Tomorrow inside the event.
Top 5 Challenges With Digital Yuan Hardware Wallet
Hardware wallets for managing and storing digital assets have been created to guarantee the security of Digital Yuan transactions. To ensure the quick and secure execution of Digital Yuan transactions, various issues with the use of hardware wallets must be resolved. The top five difficulties with Digital Yuan hardware wallets will be covered in this post. Like other cryptocurrencies, you can also earn profits by investing in Digital Yuan.
Challenge 1: Compatibility issues
The introduction of the Digital Yuan hardware wallet poses several challenges, one of which is compatibility issues. The Digital Yuan hardware wallet, like any other hardware wallet, is designed to store digital currencies securely. However, the wallet must be compatible with various digital currency platforms to facilitate the transfer of the currency. The issue of compatibility arises because different digital currencies utilize different protocols, which can make it difficult for the Digital Yuan wallet to work with other wallets.
For instance, some digital currencies require the use of a specific type of wallet to store and transfer them. This requirement may be incompatible with the Digital Yuan wallet, and users may have to switch to another wallet to store or transfer their digital currency. Moreover, some digital currencies may require specific software or firmware upgrades, which may not be compatible with the Digital Yuan wallet, leading to compatibility issues.
Challenge 2: User interface and user experience
Another challenge with digital yuan hardware wallets is the user interface and user experience. While hardware wallets have been around for a while, they are still relatively new to many people. As such, they may be intimidating and difficult to use for some users. This is especially true for older people who may not be as tech-savvy as younger generations.
In addition, the user interface of some digital yuan hardware wallets may not be very intuitive or user-friendly. This could lead to users making mistakes, such as sending their digital yuan to the wrong address or accidentally deleting their wallet.
To address this challenge, hardware wallet manufacturers need to focus on designing user-friendly interfaces that are easy to navigate and understand. They also need to provide clear instructions and guidance for users on how to set up and use their hardware wallets.
Challenge 3: Security vulnerabilities
The security of digital assets is crucial, especially in the case of digital currencies like the Digital Yuan. Hardware wallets have been used as a secure way to store and manage digital assets. However, hardware wallets also face challenges that need to be addressed to ensure the security of Digital Yuan transactions.
One of the significant challenges of hardware wallets is security vulnerabilities. Despite the high level of security offered by hardware wallets, they are not completely immune to attacks.
Challenge 4: Regulatory challenges
Another significant challenge with the Digital Yuan hardware wallet is the regulatory challenges it faces. Since the hardware wallet is an integral part of the Digital Yuan ecosystem, the regulatory landscape surrounding it is complex. Regulatory challenges can arise at both the domestic and international levels.
At the domestic level, the People’s Bank of China (PBOC) is responsible for the regulation of the Digital Yuan, including its hardware wallet. The PBOC has issued several regulations and guidelines to ensure the safety and security of the Digital Yuan ecosystem.
Challenge 5: Cost and accessibility
One of the biggest challenges facing digital yuan hardware wallets is their cost and accessibility. While hardware wallets are known for their superior security, they are often more expensive than other types of wallets, such as software wallets. This can make it difficult for people with limited financial resources to obtain and use digital yuan hardware wallets.
In addition, the production and distribution of hardware wallets can also be limited. This is especially true in countries where the demand for digital yuan hardware wallets is low, and there may not be enough vendors or retailers to sell and distribute them. As a result, people living in remote or rural areas may not have access to digital yuan hardware wallets, which can limit their ability to participate in digital yuan transactions.
For the Digital Yuan hardware wallet to be widely used, several issues must be resolved. Compatibility problems, user interface and experience concerns, security flaws, governmental restrictions, cost, and accessibility issues are just a few of the difficulties.
How to Find the Best Certified Document Translation Services Near You
If you’re looking for certified document translation services near you, it can be overwhelming. With so many options out there, how do you know which company to choose? We’ve put together a guide to help you find the best certified document translation services in your area.
What are Certified Document Translation Services?
Certified document translation services refer to the act of translating official documents into another language while guaranteeing their accuracy and authenticity. The guarantee of accuracy comes in the form of a certification statement from the translator or providing company stating that the work was performed accurately and with accreditation.
Do Your Research:
The first step when seeking certified document translations should always involve research, as doing otherwise might lead to entrusting your essential documents to incompetent hands resulting in consequential loss of time, litigation, or resources.
To get started with researching potential companies’ expertise and reliability:
- Check online review websites like Yelp or Google Reviews – these reviews often come from past clients who are satisfied (or dissatisfied) with their experiences.
- Look into industry associations, such as ATA (American Translators Association), NCIHC (National Council on Interpreting Health Care), and IAPTI (International Association of Professional Translators). These kinds of memberships show they belong to a wider community committed to upholding quality service delivery.
- Search forums: Online forums provide excellent platforms where people seek tested people’s opinions relative to service delivery or other products.
Ask for Recommendations:
It’s not uncommon to have loved ones recommend places that provide certified translations around them- especially if they’ve undergone this process themselves before! Strive towards gathering recommendations from reputable sources who have used these said companies’ services prior to you, saving yourself both time and nerves.
Check Certifications & Accreditations:
Ensure that whoever handles your critical documentation is by going through their company or individual credentials. While certifications and accreditation demonstrate that a firm has earned credibility, there are several different kinds of accreditations to look out for when seeking certified document translation services, the most widely recognized being ISO17100:2015 certification. Obtainable from the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), ISO17100 demonstrates proof of expertise in providing quality language services.
While checking certifications is vital, it’s not enough. Predominantly, evaluations done on translators vary relative to the region; thus, accredited establishments might prove less knowledgeable relative to what you’d expect them to handle relative to where you reside.
A great way to ensure that you’re getting value for your money involves conducting prior research concerning prevailing charges so no one ends up scamming or ripping you off. When requesting quotations, ensure companies list all the following details;
- Service fees – As stated earlier, rates differ depending on location, industry focus, and languages
- Turnover time – Obtaining accurate investments takes patience and effort.
- Specific offerings– It’s helpful if firms listed precisely which files can be translated by them as some turn down specific formats of documents.
- Quality assurance- Nothing is worse than receiving error-filled translations that risk legal work or any other work’s authenticity.
When gathering quotes, lead towards professionalism with service providers exhibiting empathy while answering questions about attaining a translator suitable for your immediate project/s.
In conclusion: Always prioritize selecting established practitioners with reputations guaranteeing quality service delivery and assurances such as indemnity insurance indicating cross-border protection relative to lawsuits originating elsewhere. Remember the four steps when searching for certified document translation services near you. Researching, asking for recommendations, checking certifications and accreditations, and getting quotes from multiple companies can help you confidently choose the best service for your needs.
Janet Jackson’s 2003 Aston Martin V-12 Vanquish Coupe Sold for $92,075, Scream & Alright Costumes Top Sellers at Julien’s Auctions
Julien’s Auctions presented today, “A Special Collection Of Global Icon Janet Jackson,” the grand finale to the auction house to the stars’ three-day auction blockbuster Music Icons that took place May 19, May 20th and May 21st live in Hard Rock Cafe® New York and online at Julienslive.com.
Thousands of bidders, collectors and ardent Janet fans across the globe, participated in person, on the phone and online to vie for a piece of music history owned by one of the most influential cultural figures of all time (photo: auctioneer Kody Frederick of Julien’s Auctions).
A dazzling collection featuring over 800 illustrious items owned by one of the biggest-selling musical artists in history; five- time Grammy’s® Award winner; Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducted singer, songwriter and producer; Academy Award / Golden Globe / Emmy nominated actor, Janet Jackson, including her famous costumes worn in her iconic music videos, record-breaking world tours and acclaimed live television performances, select custom-made pieces from her personal wardrobe, red carpet ensembles worn to prestigious events such as the BET Awards, the Billboard Music Awards, and gala movie premieres, and beloved home furnishings and personal items were sold with a portion of the proceeds to benefit the child advocacy group Compassion International
In addition, fans and collectors were in for a special treat on May 21st at the auction when the pop diva herself made a surprise virtual visit to relay her gratitude to everyone watching and bidding in the auction.
The top selling item of the auction was Janet Jackson’s stunning 2003 Aston Martin V12 Vanquish that sold for $92,075. The luxury vehicle personally owned and driven by Jackson features in the interior premium black leather seating with charcoal gray perforated leather inserts and is equipped with a DOHC 48-valve 6.0 liter 12-cylinder engine that is mated to a six-speed sequential gearbox, producing 460 horsepower and 400 lb.-ft of torque. The Vanquish was capable of reaching speeds of up to 200 miles per hour, and reached 60 miles per hour in 4.9 seconds.
Another top highlight of the event was the appearance of Jackson’s iconic Dexter Wong white long-sleeve puckered shirt and an off-white faux-leather bikini top worn by the Queen of Pop in the 1995 “Scream” music video with her brother Michael Jackson. The iconic costume sold for $31,750, more than thirty times its original estimate of $1,000. Costing $7 million at the time, the music video was listed in the Guinness World Records as the most expensive music video ever made and received 11 MTV Video Music Award nominations that year.
Her signature black and white pinstripe suit jacket and hat worn by Jackson throughout her famous 1989 “Alright” music video sold for $25,400, well over its original estimate of $3,000. The iconic 1930s and 1950s musical style video featured Jackson’s famed choreography and appearances of Hollywood dance legends Cab Calloway, the Nicholas Brothers and Cyd Charisse.
Leading up to her auction and celebration of Jackson’s birthday week, exclusive exhibitions of her collection were presented in conjunction with Jackson’s acclaimed “Together Again” tour of North America and her performances at Hard Rock Live at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida and Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Julien’s Auctions is the auction house to the stars. Collaborating with the famous and the exclusive, Julien’s Auctions produces high profile auctions in the film, music, sports and art markets. Julien’s Auctions has received international recognition for its unique and innovative auction events, which attract thousands of collectors, investors, fans and enthusiasts from around the world. Julien’s Auctions specializes in sales of iconic artifacts and notable collections including Marilyn Monroe, John Lennon, Ringo Starr, Lady Gaga, Banksy, Cher, Michael Jackson, U2, Barbra Streisand, Les Paul, Neil Young, Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Jimi Hendrix, Hugh Hefner and many more.
In 2016, Julien’s Auctions received its second placement in the Guinness Book of World Records for the sale of the world’s most expensive dress ever sold at auction, The Marilyn Monroe “Happy Birthday Mr. President” dress which sold for $4.8 million. Julien’s Auctions achieved placement in the Guinness Book of World Records in 2009 for the sale of Michael Jackson’s white glove, which sold for $480,000 making it the most expensive glove ever sold at auction and two years later, sold Michael Jackson’s jacket from “Thriller” for $1.8 million. In 2020, Julien’s Auctions received its third Guinness Book of World Record placement for the sale of Kurt Cobain’s “MTV Unplugged” 1959 Martin D-18E acoustic-electric guitar, which sold for $6 million making it the world’s most expensive guitar ever sold at auction. In 2022, Julien’s Auctions sold the world’s second most expensive guitar ever sold at auction in the sale of Kurt Cobain’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit” music video 1969 Fender Mustang electric guitar, which sold for $4.5 million. Based in Los Angeles, Julien’s Auctions has a global presence bringing their auctions and exhibitions to targeted destinations worldwide including London, New York, Las Vegas, Japan and China. Live auctions are presented for bidders on-site and online via live streaming video and mobile technology. For more information on Julien’s Auctions, go to www.juliensauctions.com . Connect with Julien’s Auctions at www.facebook.com/JuliensAuctions or www.twitter.com/JuliensAuctions or www.instagram.com/juliens_auctions .
Amtrak, Audience Rewards and Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
Amtrak is the official rail transportation partner for the Broadway show Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, now playing at the Lyric Theatre in New York City. As part of the collaboration with the show and Audience Rewards, the official rewards program for Broadway, Amtrak Guest Rewards members, Broadway enthusiasts and Wizarding World fans can earn and redeem Amtrak Guest Rewards points on tickets to the show. It’s free for Amtrak Guest Rewards members to register with Audience Rewards.
In addition, four specially wrapped Amtrak locomotives will power Northeast Regional service operating on the Northeast Corridor (NEC) between Washington, D.C., and Boston between April 28 and June 25. The eye-catching train wrap features the show’s iconic logo along with Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, Hermione Granger, Draco Malfoy and the next generation of wizards: Albus Potter, Scorpius Malfoy and Rose Granger-Weasley. The swirling clock will give you visions of time travel as you ride through the illustrious landscapes of the NEC. While this train won’t be stopping at Platform 9 ¾, you’ll be sure to have a magical journey on the NEC.
In Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Harry’s head-strong son Albus befriends the son of his fiercest rival, Draco Malfoy, which sparks an unbelievable new journey for them all – with the power to change the past and future forever. The audience will experience a mind-blowing race through time, spectacular spells, and an epic battle, all brought to life with the most astonishing theatrical magic ever seen on stage. The entire theatre has also been transformed with hidden surprises to discover around every corner.
With Amtrak Guest Rewards, members enjoy exclusive benefits and an overall enhanced travel experience, both on and off the train. Members can earn points towards Amtrak reward travel, hotels, car rentals, upgrades, gift cards and more. Reward travel begins at just 800 points. In addition, Amtrak also has two credit cards, Amtrak Guest Rewards® Preferred Mastercard® and Amtrak Guest Rewards® Mastercard® for added benefits and greater loyalty program.
Customers are encouraged to save via Amtrak Saver Fares, which offer low prices on
the Northeast Regional, and other NEC service trains, Amtrak’s See NY and Savediscount when booking travel online within the Empire State at least five days in advance of travel or via everyday discounts for kids, seniors, military groups and more. Amtrak trains offer free Wi-Fi, Business Class seats, the freedom to use phones and electronic devices at all times (no “airplane mode”), a café car, ample leg room and large spacious seats.
For 50 years, Amtrak has connected America and transformed transportation by modernizing train travel and building for thefuture. Amtrak willcontinue to play animportant role in thenational transportationnetwork for the next 50years and beyond by operating a safe, environmentally efficient and fiscally responsible business by providing travelers with an experience that sets a new standard. Book travel, check train status, access your eTicket and more through the Amtrak app .Learn more at Amtrak.com and connect with us on Twitter,Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn.
Audience Rewards is theOfficial RewardsProgram of Broadway,providing membershipbenefits and rewards fornearly 3 million members and representing more than a quarter of all Broadway tickets purchased through Ticketmaster and Telecharge. Free and easy to join, Audience Rewards allows buyers to earn ShowPoints on every ticket purchase, to be redeemed for freetickets, theatercollectibles, uniqueexperiences, and more.Founded in 2008 by aunique coalition of prominent theater owners, including Nederlander, Shubert, and Jujamcyn, major national presenters, and key performing arts centers from across the country, Audience Rewards has offered members first access presales to more than 100 Broadway shows and 200 VIP experiences and events, which have included a walk-on role in Rock of Ages, a meet-and-greet with Jake Gyllenhaal, celebrity Q&As, backstage tours and much more.
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