The Most Popular Posts of the Month: February

Time for that monthly summary of what got your attention last month here at The Producer’s Perspective: The most read post of the month: 5 Things the Tony Awards can learn from The Oscars. The most commented on post of the month: Hamilton’s moving on up. What would you have done? And . . . The comment of the month is from Roy O’Neil and was in response to If you want to work in the theater, you have to net-work in the theater. Start Saturday! It’s not who you know – it’s who knows you. And nobody does if you don’t get out …

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The Most Popular Posts of the Month: January

Time for that monthly summary of what got your attention last month here at The Producer’s Perspective: The most read and most commented on post of the month: Sure, these Broadway shows recouped! But why? A by the numbers infographic. And . . . The comment of the month is from Dara and was in response to 6 Reasons why the State of the Union is like the opening night of a Broadway Show. I didn’t watch the State of the Union because I was seeing a Broadway show! What better excuse is there than that?   (Got a comment? I love …

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The Top 10 Most Read Producer’s Perspective Blogs of 2014

Another year is in the history books.  And another year is in the bloggin’ books! I don’t know about you, but at the close of every annum I like to take stock of what I’ve done over the past year, so I can set my goals and resolutions for the next year accordingly. I’ve got all kinds of goals – personal goals, professional goals, and even, yep, bloggin’ goals. My mission as a blogger is the same as my mission as a Producer . . . give the people what they want even if sometimes they may not know they …

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The Most Popular Posts of the Month: December

Time for that monthly summary of what got your attention last month here at The Producer’s Perspective: The most read post of the month: The most important review of Peter Pan The most commented on post of the month: Would I have cancelled The Interview? And would you? And . . . The comment of the month is from Elliott Masie and was in response to A member of the press comes out as a “Broadway Bolter.” I wonder what would happen if a Wall Street Journal reporter stated that they always left 1/2 through key financial briefings by public corporations. Sad and disrespectful …

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The Most Popular Posts of the Month: November

Time for that monthly summary of what got your attention last month here at The Producer’s Perspective: The most read post of the month: My Take on Non Union Tours: Part II – Where Are These Tours Headed? The most commented on post of the month: My Take on Non Union Tours: Part I – A History And . . . The comment of the month is from Victoria Forseth and was in response to The Secret to Making More People Fall in Love With Your Show. You totally hit the nail on the head, Ken! I was just thinking about this exact thing …

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