The Most Popular Posts of the Month: April

Time for that monthly summary of what got your attention last month here at The Producer’s Perspective:

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When you spend a few hundred bucks on a night at the theatre with your family, friends or evening companion – standing up and clapping makes you feel like you really got your money’s worth. I think you clap for the cast and crew but you also applaud yourself for feeling like a part of it all. Then you can go home and say that the show was well worth the price of admission. So good, it even got a standing-O.

 

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  • Barry Reszel says:

    If it makes you feel better, Ken… “Wicked” is technically an adaptation, too. But it’s what Broadway has done for the novel, not vice versa, that is the story. 😉

  • Trevor Chenery says:

    Not wanting to be pickey but. Avenue Q had strong links back to “Sesame Street” and thr “brand” behind “Book of Mormon” was, hmmm, ‘South Park’ and the creative reputation of it’s founders

  • Isidra says:

    I go to see day-to-day a few sites and blogs to read articles, but this website presents quality based
    articles.

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