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    April 1, 2022
    5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Success by Association: The Advantages of APAP for Getting Seen and Getting Booked
Friday 4/1, 2022 at 5:00 eastern time

Community Gathering on Zoom - register with the bright red reservation box to receive the Zoom link. These gatherings are a service for the theater community and are offered free for TRU members; we ask that non-members help keep us running by making a donation or joining as a member.

In the room: Sue Noseworthy, Director of Membership of Association of Performing Arts Professionals (APAP), and Mister Mojo of Mojo and the Bayou Gypsies. A basic overview of APAP as an association, and how they serve members with a specific focus on the APAP/NYC conference’s showcases and EXPO hall, plus their our new colleagues program and information about joining. Mister Mojo will speak about smart ways to use this annual conference for extending your artistic reach, his personal experience as an artist member of APAP, and advice for others who are looking to join APAP and get on the radar of bookers around the country.


    "This Bayou Man, Mister MOJO, and his troupe of near-mad musical provocateurs, have poured Louisiana Fire on audiences across the planet since 1985.”  Syndicated News Network.  Thrilling audiences Worldwide, MOJO & The Bayou Gypsies have made millions of people happy, and served the world through Arts Outreach. Seen on every major TV Network, with 23 albums of Original Music, MOJO got the Zydeco Rubboard into the Smithsonian, is a film producer and actor - even a Feature Film subject!  Performer, Composer, Producer, Arts Advocate, speaker, mentor, former NAPAMA Board Member, and APAP member for more than two decades!  MOJO’s three Shriners Hospitals for Children humanitarian awards say it all.


    is membership director at the Association of Performing Arts Professionals (APAP) where she is responsible for all aspects of membership recruitment and retention. Sue has a special love for serving those in our field who identify as emerging arts professionals, who are just beginning their performing arts careers and/or are learning about APAP for the first time. She has enthusiastically run APAP’s New Colleagues Orientation Program that has been a benchmark element of the APAP|NYC conference for over 20 years. Sue has served the performing arts field in multiple capacities since 2002, her background is in fine art photography and textile art.