Ok, it's time
to announce the answer to the Off-Broadway
actually starts like this:
are like giant steamships, kind of like the Titanic. They are so big, so
cumbersome and require so much energy to get going, that once you actually get
them in the water . . . there's not much you can do to veer them from their
either going to hit the iceberg, or they won't.
shows are more like rowboats. You can turn them a lot quicker and with a
lot less effort. One quick row of an oar and you're headed in a new
they also sink a lot faster. (In fact, 89% of all commercial
Off-Broadway shows close within 6 months).
Here are a
couple of my favorite entries from some of the readers out there:
"Off-Broadway is like a rowboat. You only get somewhere after
working hard to move yourself."
is like a rowboat. The more people you have rowing in the same direction,
the faster and farther you go."
guys. And for being a runner up, I'm giving both of you iTunes gift
cards! Keep your eye on your inbox.
And I suggest you get this song with
your first purchase.
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