The Most Popular Posts of the Year: 2013

At the tail end of every year, I write a blog with a list of the Top 10 Most Popular Posts of the Year.

And you wanna know a secret?  It’s my favorite post of the year (don’t tell any of the other hundreds of posts!).

Why is it my favorite?  Because it gives me a little insight into what you like . . . and by knowing what you like, I can try to serve up some similar content in 2014.

So here they are, in all their glory . . . the 10 Blogs that got the most eyeballs on ’em this past year, in order of popularity.  Enjoy ’em again or for the first time!  And thanks for reading!

  1. 5 Tips to Getting a Job on Broadway
  2. Why the Veronica Mars movie backers got screwed.
  3. A Few of my Favorite Things from NBC’s Live Sound of Music.
  4. Wanna be an Associate Producer? Introducing the DTE AP Scholarship.
  5. Caution: This Blog could contain large amounts of cheese.
  6. Why writers are like Indiana Jones.
  7. How the Fiscal Cliff helped Hollywood.
  8. What the Tuck is taking up all our Broadway Theaters?
  9. What are the most popular Broadway Theaters?
  10. You too can have your own Playbill.

 

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Ken Davenport
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