Founded, November 14, 1983, by Wayne R. Winston (manager/producer), Non-Stop Production (N.S.P.) is a Brooklyn-based, registered 501(c)3 performing and visual arts organization specifically designed to service the youth. N.S.P.'s purpose is to develop and exhibit the talents of inner-city youth by using six components: Acting, Art and Design, Music, Fashion-Modeling, Dance, and Youth Leadership. Our organization supports the concept of learning through the arts. Therefore, our focus is to emphasize the importance of an education in an advanced learning environment.

What is the purpose of Non-Stop Production?

        The sole purpose of NSP is to promote young artists in a positive manner. Through our six components, each member is given the opportunity to create, perform, exhibit, teach, and demonstrate his/her ability through various forms of exhibition: fashion and talent shows, competitions, youth conferences, peer activities, field trips, community services, recordings, film, video, television, stage, and workshops. Through these avenues, each of our members will learn the values of life, respect towards self, and his/her community, dignity, self-confidence, and unity. They will be allowed to plan programs, youth conferences, and propose ideas they feel are beneficial towards their community.

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PROJECT P.A.C.T. is the official a listing of activities where NSP members can develop their specified talent for the year, as individuals, leaders, and performers. Based on their membership, NSP utilize the skills of parents, members, and volunteers, to help accomplish primary goals, based on:


a. age

b. talent areas

c. number of registered members per talent

d. access to rehearsal locations and performance space

e. need for programs in specific communities

f. cultural development and/or physical improvement of specific community areas

g. financial support


Programs implemented through PROJECT PACT includes:

- Black History Celebration (annual)

- Participation in Central Brooklyn Jazz Festival (every April) features NSP’s "Friends & Strangers" Teen Jazz Band

- Christmas Children Project (Annual Toy, Food, & Clothes Drive with visitation to hospital/shelters)

- Field Trips

- Homework/Tutorial Program

- Kwanzaa Celebration

- New York Fashion Week

- "Non-Stoppers" Double-Dutch Team

- Open House  Peer Counseling

- Read-A-Thon

- Spring Fashion & Talent Show (Annual)

- Spring Yard Clean-Up (Youth clean yards, streets, and specific area in their neighborhood)

- NSP Theatre Ensemble

- Youth Conferences

- Youth Newspaper


NSP seeks grants and holds fundraisers to support the needs of every members.  We welcome sponsors and supporters to get involved to help our youth accomplish their goals.

Primary funding is needed for the following:


- General Supplies per talent area

- Showcase Production

- Advertisement and Marketing

- Staffing and Volunteer needs


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