Workshop: How To Pitch Your Show with Naomi Campbell – TAPA Trade Series, TAPA

Whether in one-on-one meetings or a public forum with all the bells and whistles, pitching is an art. This workshop will help you prepare an effective approach for pitching your project, ensuring that your message is clear, and your audience – whether of 1 or 100 – is ready to receive it. We will talk about elevator speeches, written materials, meetings and public presentations. With successful pitching experience as the producer for Mammalian Diving Reflex and Nightswimming, three years running the pitch sessions at Magnetic North, and now on the receiving end of pitches almost daily, Naomi has lots of experience to bring to the table. The workshop will look at a number of scenarios and how to handle them, and there will be time for specific questions to be addressed.

TAPA Members*: $56.50 includes HST
Date: Wednesday November 19, 2014
Time: 3:00pm – 5:30pm
Location: TAPA Board Room, 401 Richmond Street West, Suite 350
Deadline to register for this session is Monday November 17, 2014

*Not a Member of TAPA? Interested in participating in TAPA Trade Series workshops? Join TAPA as an Individual Member for only $51.00 for the 2014/2015 season and receive your first workshop free!  As an Individual Member you will have access to TAPA Membership discounts and receive the monthly e-newsletter.  CLICK HERE TO JOIN!

Please RSVP to Alexis Da Silva-Powell, Corporate Partnerships and Membership Manager at alexisdsp(at)tapa.ca

About your Instructor
Naomi is the Director of Artistic Development at Toronto’s Luminato Festival, where she shepherds new works from ideas to production. An award-winning producer of over sixty new Canadian performance works with companies including Nightswimming, Mammalian Diving Reflex, DVxT Theatre, the late Paul Bettis’ Civilized Theatre, VideoCabaret and numerous independent artists, she has produced national and international tours and was Magnetic North Theatre Festival’s Industry Series Producer from 2008 to 2010. She has received 2 Dora Mavor Moore Awards, a 2005 Vital People Award from the Toronto Community Foundation, the 2009 Leonard McHardy and John Harvey Award, the 2010 Mallory Gilbert Leadership Award and the 2011 Victor Martyn Lynch‑Staunton Award, for her contributions to the national theatre community.

About the TAPA Trade Series
The TAPA Trade Series features ongoing professional development sessions and networking opportunities encompassing a broad range of topics that have been created specifically for TAPA members.

Click here to see the full list of 2014/2015 TAPA Trade Series Workshops