The Board decides that the new name of SouthFloridaTheatre.com is not working, and rebrands as the South Florida Theatre League.
The 2009 South Florida Theatre Festival is launched with the 24 Hour Theatre Project, includes Free Night of Theater, and ends with the Silver Palm Awards. The new website design is also launched at the start of the Festival.
Board Member Antonio Amadeo proposes a completely new website design, and the board chooses to file for a name change (DBA) from The Theatre League of South Florida to SouthFloridaTheatre.com.
The League hosts the first Carbonell Awards After Party.
The Theatre League of South Florida partners with The Theatre Communications Group to present Free Night of Theater for the first time.
The two websites are combined into www.southfloridatheatre.com.
The Theatre League of South Florida offers discount health insurance for its members.
Andie Arthur replaces Erinn Dearth as executive director of The Theatre League of South Florida.
A new mission statement is adopted.
The Theatre League of South Florida holds a two-day retreat with producers and board members to discuss plans for the future.
The Theatre League of South Florida hosts the first annual South Florida Theatre Festival in Miami Dade and Broward counties.
Ticket Madness program phased out in favor of 1/2 price tickets at www.CulturalConnection.org.
www.SouthFloridaTheatre.com goes live. Created by the Producer's Forum to promote our member theatres on the world wide web
Board hires Wicked Penguin to design the new website www.SouthFloridaTheatre.com and revamp the current website
New Mission Statement was accepted (see By-Laws)
Producer's Forum contracts with WLRN to run television ads promoting the new website www.SouthFloridaTheatre.com
TLSF designs and erects a booth at the Coconut Grove Art Festival. Plans to attend other festivals are in the works
All-day Retreat to discuss future plans for TLSF at WLRN radio studio
MasterClass - format of the classes change. Five classes slated this season. The additional funds will be used to bring in professionals from outside Dade County
Publication of Dramalogue is suspended due to expense and duplication of news in the Friday Update
MasterClass Series,for members only, continues, funded by the Miami-Dade Department of Cultural Affairs
TLSF adds postage size photos of members on website
Two general meetings per year was inaugurated in August 2002
New Audience Development Program instigated to serve theatre companies, to be called The Producer's Forum
Wilks Award established as yearly $500 award to a woman over 40, or a theater, who has made outstanding contribution to South Florida theatre
Creative Alliance is put on hiatus
Board passed a motion to set aside $5,000 to defray cost of setting up Producer's Forum, to promote audience development
Second Annual Unified Auditions March 2002
Ticket Madness Coordinator hired to call theatres for Ticket Madness
Miami/Dade Grant increased to $29,500
Additional $5,000 added to TLSF grant from Miami-Dade Cultural Affairs. Now $25,000 Brochures printed, including a membership application
Downstage Miami and Master Classes begin - run by Miami-Dade Cultural Affairs and administered by Theatre League
Full-length Play contest begun for playwrights who are members of TLSF The Dramalogue, a quarterly Newsletter, started and mailed to all members
Theatre League in collaboration with Actor's Playhouse at the Miracle Theatre holds full-length play competition
Theatre League holds first Annual Southeast Unified Auditions. 25 theatres attend full day audition. Plans are to make this an annual event
Theatre League receives Grant from MDCDCA for Winter Stages for All Ages - January 16 thru March 18, 2001 in the amount of $5,182. Membership at 450+
Theatre League receives additional Targeted Grant of $5,000 (making a total of $20,000 per year for administrative and programmatic expenses) from Miami-Dade County Department Cultural Affairs
Theatre League receives additional Targeted Grant of $5,000 from MDCDCA. Membership at 350+
Winter Stages of the Sun ran for second year from January 17th - February 13, 2000 with presentation of "Passport." Grant secured from Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affair for $4,575.00 for this program.
League receives $10,000 from MDCAC, membership at 300+
Ticket Madness Begins
Winter Stages of the Sun inagurated for one month in winter Jan. 11 - Feb. 15 - theatres offering two for one tickets upon presentation of a "Passport" at each Box Office.
An Executive Director is hired by Theatre League
PAFF merges with League, Hotline initiated, League presents 13 episodes of ½-hour television on WLRN.
League members (playwrights, actors, directors) participate in Key West Theatre Festival
League co-sponsors South East Theatre Conference national convention
City Theatre's Summer Shorts first presented, developed by League members
Theatre Facts Book for all South Florida Theatres published
League co-sponsors National Theatre Critics convention
Mama's Last Waltz produced at Coconut Grove Playhouse, an Alliance-developed script
League becomes co-sponsor of annual Carbonell Awards
First Board retreat to develop 5-year plan, work begins on radio plays for NPR/WLRN
First publication of the Talent Directory, The Pool
Playwrights Alliance formed, new plays developed
First Remy Awards presented to members and theatre pioneers of South Florida
Board of Directors develops meeting schedule, first State of the Theatre Annual Roundtable
Stages of the Sun Map published
First Stages of the Sun Festival and brochure/American Express sponsorship
Developed leadership, discussed do-able projects
(Monthly meetings ensued) Membership begins at 15
First meeting of theatre delegates, Dade County Auditorium
First discussions of theatre coalition, Mayfair Ballroom