The Sunday Giveaway: 2 Tickets to BILLY ELLIOT on Broadway!

Who said being a ballet dancer wasn’t cool? Over the years, people have slammed the movie to musical trend of Broadway adaptations. I’d like to see them try to slam Billy Elliot. In a strange way, Billy doesn’t even feel like an adaptation of a movie.  It’s feels entirely original, which is a credit to the terrific job done by the authors and the director, Stephen Daldry.  It also helps that the source material screamed “Musicalize me!  Musicalize me!” What?  You haven’t seen it? Now’s your chance. Because you’re a PP reader, you’re eligible to win two free tickets to …

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Who won the tix to Colin Quinn and the free Cuban food?

Take some Pepto, Amanda Mashack, because you're gonna eat $100 of spicy Cuban food courtesy of Havana Central.  And then stretch out those cheek muscles because you're going to be laughing at that big tall Irish guy, Colin Quinn! Email me to arrange your tix and get your gift cards. And congratulations! And for the rest of you – stay tuned for tomorrow's giveaway!  It's not spicy but it's gonna be hot! – – – – – FUN STUFF: – Need a writing partner?  Come to our Collaborator Speed Date!  SOLD OUT FOR LIBRETTISTS/LYRICISTS – COMPOSERS ONLY!  RSVP today! – …

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Do you pay full price for Broadway shows? Then who does?

The List for two years in a row. So it’s probably no surprise that Damian knows how to ask the interesting questions, like the ones he posted in this recent blog on his EntertainmentMarketing site. Damian used his “connections” at Shubert Ticketing to find out some pretty useful information on the current trends of Broadway buyers and their desire for discounts. Here’s what he found out: In 2010, almost half (43%) of “new” musical buyers in the NY Metro Area (those people not in the Telecharge system), used a discount code on their first purchase. In 2010, 29% of new …

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Writers Needed- BroadwaySpace.com

SEEKING: Writers for BroadwaySpace.com  Contact: Trish (Private)Email: info@broadwayspace.com Job Details: Category: Editorial/Writing Writers Needed Primary Duties: * Write features, Broadway news, and other articles as assigned by the Editor. * Assist the Editor with writing content including Broadway Celebrity bios, interview transcription, and photo contests. * Other duties as assigned. Required skills: * Working knowledge of professional theatre, especially Broadway. * Knowledge of writing for the Internet audience. * Strong written communication skills, proper use of grammar and punctuation. * Proficiency in Word, Photoshop (or other graphics program), and basic HTML. * Able to meet daily and/or weekly deadlines consistently. …

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Repertory Theatre Professional Arts Training Program- Seattle Repetory Theatre

WHO: Seattle Repetory Theatre SEEKING: The Seattle Repertory Theatre’s Professional Arts Training Program is a season-long (Sept-May) internship program designed to bridge the gap between the world of academia and the real world of non-profit theatre. Internships include arts management, production management, technical production, artistic, communications, graphics & marketing, lighting, costumes, stage management and education, among others. RESPONSIBILITIES: For more info: http://www.seattlerep.org/About/Employment/Internships/. REQUIREMENTS: We seek candidates who have a passion for theatre and a drive to pursue a career in non-profit arts. Interns receive a stipend. WHEN: 9/1/2011-5/20/2012 PAY: Weekly Stipend HOW TO APPLY: Applications include: resume, letter of intent …

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