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March 3, 2020
Mirrors At New Door @Nytw, Six On Broadway,  And 72 Miles To Go At Roundabout All Part Of This Month’s Qualifying Productions List From Parity Productions

NEW YORK, NY (March, 2020) Theatre production company Parity Productions has released its monthly list of Qualifying Productions for March —their popular directory of New York City shows in which the individual creative teams have 50% of the positions filled with women and/or trans and gender nonconforming (TGNC) artists (directors, designers, and playwrights).

Parity Productions is New York’s theatre company that is dedicated to developing and producing new work and committed to filling a minimum of 50% of the creative roles on their productions with women and/or trans and gender nonconforming (TGNC) artists (playwrights, directors, and designers). In addition, part of their mission is to provide substantial promotional support to any full productions industry-wide that meet the 50% hiring standard in the form of social media, email blasts, PR support, and placement in their Qualifying Productions Directory. “We’re thrilled to have served more than 223 productions and an estimated 1,539 artists in 2019. Until the 50% hiring standard is the norm, we will continue our work and expand upon this vital service,” says Artistic Director and Founder Ludovica Villar-Hauser.
2020 marks the third year of Parity Productions’ partnership with Show-Score. The two companies teamed up to create a one-of-a-kind partnership in support of a 50/50 industry hiring standard. If Qualifying Productions have 7 or more performances, they will also be featured on, the largest fan community for New York City theater.
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March’s Qualifying Productions are:

A Barn Play
03/18/20 — 04/04/20
UP Theater Company

All the Natalie Portmans
Previews begin: 02/21/20
02/24/20 — 03/29/20

Anatomy of a Suicide
Previews begin: 02/01/20
02/18/20 — 03/15/20
Atlantic Theater Company

Birthday in the Bronx
Previews begin: 02/20/20
02/21/20 — 03/08/20
The Tank

Blues for an Alabama Sky
Previews begin: 02/04/20
02/19/20 — 03/14/20
Keen Company

Boys Will Be Boys
03/26/20 — 04/12/20
The Pond Theatre Company

Bug Play
01/26/20 — 03/15/20
The New Collectives

Cheer from Chawton: A Jane Austen Family Theatrical
02/27/20 — 03/15/20
Love Arm’d Productions

Equally Divine: The Real Story of the Mona Lisa
Previews begin: 02/26/20
03/02/20 — 03/14/20
Theatre 167

Faculty Portrait
03/06/20 — 03/23/20
Prime Number Productions

Faculty Portrait

First by Faith: The Life of Mary McLeod Bethune
02/25/20 – 03/15/20
RPR Productions

Grand Horizons
12/23/19 — 03/01/20
Second Stage Theatre

Review: Grand Horizons

Previews begin: 03/22/19
04/17/19 — 11/22/20 (extended)
Walter Kerr Theatre

02/01/20 — 03/08/20
St. Ann’s Warehouse


The Karamazovs
Previews begin: 03/04/20
03/06/20 — 03/21/20
New Ohio Theatre

The Little Mermaid the Musical
02/22/20 — 04/26/20
Literally Alive! Theatre

Lunch Bunch
03/18/20 — 04/19/20
The Play Company & Clubbed Thumb


Previews: 02/29/20
03/02/20 — 03/22/20
Parity Productions


Mr. Toole
02/28/20 — 03/15/20
Articulate Theatre Company

Oratorio for Living Things
03/10/20 — 04/12/20
Ars Nova

Sistas: The Musical
10/23/11 — 09/06/20 (extended)
St. Luke’s Theatre


Previews begin: 02/13/20
03/12/20 — 06/30/20
Brooks Atkinson Theatre

Then She Fell
12/2016 – 05/31/20 (extended)
Third Rail Projects
The Kingsland Ward at St. Johns

Unmaking Toulouse-Lautrec
02/26/19 — 05/30/20 (extended)
Bated Breath Theatre Company

03/17/20 — 04/26/20
The Public Theater

Where We Stand
01/31/20 — 03/01/20
WP Theater

Where We Stand

Women on Fire: Stories from the Frontlines
02/21/20 — 03/16/20
Royal Family Productions

72 Miles to Go
02/13/20 — 05/03/20
Roundabout Theatre Company

Criteria to be listed in the Parity Productions Qualifying Productions Directory: 50% of the creative roles on the production—playwrights, directors, and designers—must be filled by women and/or TGNC artists; shows must be full productions (with at least one designer distinct from playwright/director) with a minimum of six performances in a New York City venue.

Parity’s Qualifying Productions Program is part of their slate of advocacy programs that includes The Annual Parity Commission, The Women and TGNC Artists Database, and The Parity Store.

Through the generosity of The Sylvia Sleigh Endowment to Parity Productions, a select number of paintings by the renowned Welsh artist Sylvia Sleigh are now available for sale by Parity. The Parity Store funds Parity’s programming — including its Annual Parity Commission.

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