The Biggest Conference for Theatre Makers, Movers and Shakers


Retail Price: $697, Early Bird Price: $297

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If you're searching for an in depth look at the theatre industry, then this is your chance to learn from the very best in the business. Hear from Tony Award-Winning Producers, Agents, Playwrights, Lawyers and more!

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Ken is a Tony Award-winning producer of Broadway and Off Broadway shows, including most recently the first Broadway revival of Once On This Island, Groundhog Day: The Musical, Deaf West’s Spring Awakening, and The Play That Goes Wrong, as well as the original musical Gettin’ the Band Back Together. Davenport has revolutionized the Broadway market with his diverse approaches at engaging audiences through his shows, as well as supported the Broadway ecosystem through a number of his own subsidiary businesses. He is an internationally recognized and award-winning writer of several Broadway and Off Broadway shows as well as several books about producing, Broadway investing, and how to raise money for shows. Additionally, he is the Executive Producer for North America for Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Really Useful Group.  In 2004, he formed Davenport Theatrical Enterprises and began producing his own shows.  His “first born” was The Awesome 80s Prom, which ran for 10 years, followed quickly by the Outer Critics Circle Award-Winning Best Musical Altar Boyz, and My First Time, which has been seen in over 20 countries worldwide.  He was the first producer to have three shows running simultaneously Off Broadway.  In his mission to continually educate, entertain and inspire the world through theatre, Davenport has made headlines by doing @#$% that other people don’t.  Ken’s blog and podcast, The Producer’s Perspective, has garnered international attention and has been featured in Vanity Fair, New York Magazine, The Gothamist, and more.  Follow Ken on Instagram @KenDavenportBway

Ken Davenport

Tom Kirdahy

Nathan Gehan

Hal Luftig

Monica Hammond

Tara Rubin

Adam Hess

Rick Miramontez

Jenna Clark Embrey

Barbara Whitman

Keith Sherman

More 2019 Panelists To Be Announced Soon!

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Day 1 - Saturday November 16th

  • 8:30 AM - PRO & VIP Check-In
  • 9 AM - General Check-In: Coffee
  • 9:30 AM - Welcome with Ken Davenport
  • 9:50 AM - Mainstage: Navigating the Collaborative Process
  • 9:50 AM - Second Stage: How to Work With AEA and Understanding Union Rules
  • 10:35 AM - Networking Break
  • 11:00 AM - Mainstage: Getting Press for Your Projects & Yourself
  • 11:00 AM - Second Stage: Getting 80 Hours Out of Your 29-Hour Reading
  • 11:45 AM- Networking Break
  • 12:10 PM - Mainstage: Preparing Your Pitch: The Art of Pitching Producers
  • 12:10 PM - Second Stage: How to Create a Marketing Plan for Your Show
  • 12:55 PM - Lunch
  • 2:30 PM - Mainstage: How Artistic Directors at Non-Profits Pick Their Projects
  • 2:30 PM - Second Stage: Practice Your Pitch Session
  • 3:15 PM - Networking Break
  • 3:40 PM - Mainstage: Securing Rights to Sought After Source Material
  • 3:40 PM - Second Stage: Getting Attached - Choosing Projects as a Producer or Director
  • 4:25 PM - Networking Break
  • 4:50 PM - Presentation
  • 5:30 PM - Networking Happy Hour!

Day 2 - Sunday November 17th

  • 8:30 AM - PRO & VIP Check-In
  • 9 AM - General Check-In: Coffee
  • 9:30 AM - Mainstage: Casting Superpowers Share How They Cast a Project
  • 9:30 AM - Second Stage: What Dramaturgs Do and Why/When You Need One
  • 10:15 AM - Networking Break
  • 10:40 AM - Mainstage: Raising Front Money (From Early Stages to the Stage)
  • 10:40 AM - Producing for Festivals
  • 11:25 AM - Networking Break
  • 11:50 AM - Creating Your Own Opportunities
  • 11:50 AM - What Do Critics Look For in 2019?
  • 12:35 PM - Networking Break
  • 1:00 PM - Keynote
  • 1:45 PM - Closing Remarks from Ken Davenport

*Speakers and schedule subject to change.

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Do you want exclusive VIP behind-the-scenes access to meet and greets with speakers and panelists? How about reserved VIP seating in the front 2 rows? And an upgraded swag bag? Then VIP is the way to go.

  • Behind-the-scenes access to panelists and speakers
  • Reserved seating in the first 2 rows
  • Upgraded swag bag
  • And more!

There are an EXTREMELY limited number of VIP tickets available for the 2019 Super Conference. Get your ticket now before we're sold out!


Located at 333 West 23rd Street the SVA Theater features two theatre, the Silas which seats 479 and the Beatrice which seats 266. Our Main Stage content will be held on the Silas stage while our Second Stage content will be on the Beatrice stage.

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What to Expect at The Producer's Perspective Super Conference 2019

Expert Keynotes and Presentations

We are bringing together top industry professionals to speak on a range of topics within the business of Broadway. Our Keynote speaker, John Cariani, is one of the top-produced playwrights in the country and offers a unique perspective on how his play Almost, Maine has become such a success.

Panels of Professionals

Our panels were a hit last year, so we're bringing them back! But, this year we'll discuss new topics that are challenging you and the Broadway business at large. Learn about raising money, theatre law, how to build your brand, audience development and more!

Valuable Networking and Connections

Attendees range from Playwrights to Producers to Artistic Directors at established regional theatre. This mix creates unique networking opportunities you just can’t find anywhere else. Mingle with you fellow attendees on breaks and at our happy hour events!

"It's about getting in a room with similar, like-minded, passionate people. And, when people who are super passionate get in one room, meet each other, listen to experts . . . it explodes with action as a result."

-Ken Davenport

Tony Award-Winning Producer

What Attendees Had to Say

 I'm amazed by how many industry professionals were all available within the same window of time, and I'm grateful they were, and that you and your crew were able to coordinate the weekend's events. The panels made the theater industry seem more approachable for those of us who would like to be more involved. It was a unique idea, yet it made so much sense. Thank you so much for being so inclusive, for sharing your knowledge, and for providing opportunities such as these.
Amy R.

I pitched my play, BEDAGGARED, to Ken at the Producers Perspective Super Conference.  That was a great privilege and very valuable. I booked a staged reading of this play at The Players Club for Jan 31, 3pm.  I've never been more excited about anything, ever! No one asked me to give a plug, but what I have learned from Producers Perspective is what has allowed me to enter this NY world of theater with a real chance at being a part of it, not just a wish and a dream.

Marge L.
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Featuring Sally Rosenberg and Jill Lesser (2017 Conference Attendees)