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Overheard at Angus Vol. XIV: Shows are like kids.

I’m at the Broadway League conference for the first half of this week (watch the next couple day’s blogs for some takeaways from this year’s speakers and panelists).  In addition to lots of learning and networking, there’s always room for a ribbing of our beloved biz (or two or three) . . . and here’s what …

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Overheard at Angus Vol. XII: The art of negotiation

Listen to this tasty morsel of a conversation I eavesdropped on just last week . . . Producer #1:  How are negotiations going with the actors for NAME OF NEW PLAY? Producer #2:  I came up with a really good plan for the offers. Producer #1:  Really? What’s that? Producer #2:  Instead of giving them …

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Overheard at Angus Vol. XI: Why Spider-Man was so expensive.

I went to the theater this week, and stood next to two lovely ladies who were deciding what show they were going to see together next. Lovely Lady #1:  My granddaughter is on Christmas vacation.  Let’s take her to a show.  What should we see? Lovely Lady #2:  How about Spider-Man? Lovely Lady #1:  Oh …

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