CANCELLED New York TIOS Regional Event: Composing Change with our Communities

Date: Tuesday, March 17, 2020
Time: 939 8th Avenue, Studio 4A
Location: 3:30pm - 6:30pm

From our Friends at the American Alliance for Theater & Education!

Due to the recent coronavirus outbreak, TIOS NY has been cancelled for Tuesday, March 17. Those who have already registered for the event will be contacted in the next few days.

Event-Only: $15
Event + 1 ticket for Caroline, or Change: $50

The TIOS NYC committee is proud to present an event that will explore how the communal creation of music can activate activism within our communities. Register now to join us for an evening of networking, collaboration, and a music and composition master class facilitated by composer, actor, teaching artist, and activist Troy Anthony.

The venue for this event is wheelchair accessible. If you have any accommodation requests, please reach out to If you have any questions, please contact Alexis, AATE Director of Operations at

TIOS NYC 2020 is supported by the American Alliance for Theatre and Education, with additional support from the New York City Arts in Education Roundtable.

Event Schedule

3:30-4:00pm: Registration Opens

4:00-4:30pm: Opening Activity

4:30-6:00pm: Master Class with Troy Anthony

6:00-6:30pm: Closing Communal Activity

8:00pm: Culminating Event: Caroline, or Change at Studio 54 (Optional add-on. For more information on this production click here.)



Troy Anthony is a composer, actor, and director based in NYC. He has presented work at Joe’s Pub, 54 Below, Prospect Theater Company and the Musical Theater Factory (MTF). Commissions include the Atlantic Theater Company, The Civilians and The Shed. Troy has been seen in the Public Theater’s Twelfth Night and As You Like It, as well as Prospect Theater Company’s Tamar of the River. He leads the Public Theater’s Public Works Community Choir and focuses on the intersection between art and social justice at the DreamYard Art Center. He’s also a 2019-2020 MTF Maker.

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