Why not? Because it was time for all of us to take what we learned over the past few days and figure out what we wanted to focus on in the future. It was time to help come up with a plan [...]
Day 2 is only only a half day – partly because everyone runs off to see matinees, and partly because everyone is still stuffed and a bit hungover from the monster party thrown by Book of Mormon last night.
It began early this AM with a session [...]
The first sign that Spring has sprung is . . . the Broadway League Spring Road Conference has begun.
Every year about [...]
Yesterday marked the last day of the annual Broadway League Spring Road Conference, the four-day-long conference for Producers and Presenters from all over the country that’s filled with keynotes, cocktail parties, and lots of Tony lobbying. (This is when a ton of the voters from outside the tri-state see the shows [...]
The final session of this year’s successful Broadway League Spring Road Conference was an open-mic wrap up of the week, the year, and asked the question . . . what do we do now?
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