Harry Potter casts a spell on Secondary Sellers.

I swear I didn’t have any insider information. Last week, I blogged about a potential secondary-market killer and speculated that one of the shows that might be the first to take a hard line with the broker market might be that Wizard in the West End, Harry Potter. And bam. The Producers of Potter (also known as the …

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This could end the Secondary Market as we know it.

If there were a Perishable Inventory Consortium of all the industries that deal with expiring inventory (shows, restaurants, hotels, etc.), then the Airline Industry would be its leader (and there should be a conference for all these industries, by the way, sharing best practices between each other). Why do I nominate the Airline Industry as …

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This could be the issue that divides Off Broadway.

As the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday, there is a bit of a brouhaha brewing Off Broadway. See, the contract between the Off-Broadway League and Actors Equity Association expires on November 6th. The main point of contention between the two parties?  A pay increase.  #Shocking. Speaking of hashtags, Equity members started a hashtag last …

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