In case you missed it, yesterday I blogged about how so many people I run into think that Broadway is a pass/fail business. And in their defense, why would they think anything else, since we only announce when we recoup!
So a show screams from the rooftops when it makes money, or [...]
Where are they from? What do they do for a living? And do they watch Homeland?
Aren’t you curious?
You should be.
Every Broadway Producer or Someday-Broadway-Producer should want to find more investors. The more investors you have, the more diverse shows you [...]
Want to guarantee those types of shows have a future? And will be seen/heard/studied by future generations?
Here’s how you do it:
You invest in it.
Everyone in the world of investing, whether that means Broadway investing or Hedge Fund investing or Early Hungarian Cabinetmaking investing, has been talking about crowdfunding since the JOBS act was signed into law on April 5th of this year.
The crowdfunding rules and regs still haven’t been finalized yet, and only the Gods of [...]
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