The Sunday Giveaway: One ticket to TEDxBroadway!
What do you get when you put 500 people in a room who believe in making Broadway the best it can be?
Why TedxBroadway of course!
It’s hard to believe it has been four years (!) since we first kicked off TEDxBroadway with this talk about what the next 20 years on Broadway might look like. We’re almost a quarter of the way there!
Grosses are up, attendance is up, houses are filled . . . things are going pretty swell. But we can’t rest on our hindquarters, now can we? Oh no. We can always make things better.
That’s what TEDxBroadway is all about . . . getting a bunch of smart speakers from all sorts of industries in a room to poke our imagination in the hopes that we’ll come up with an idea that will make Broadway even better.
And on Monday, February 23rd, we’re doing it again!
Who’s on this year’s speaker list, you might ask?
How about Kirsten Sabia, the VP of Marketing of the PGA tour, Dr. Laurie Santos, a psychologist who studies how animals think about the world, and my good friend Elliott Masie, a master of how people “learn” and therefore how to teach. And gobs more. Click here for the complete list.
Would you like to go?
Here’s the thing – tickets are sold out (!) as they always are. But I’ve got a freebie to give away. All you have to do is comment below with one idea . . . not one problem . . . but one idea on how to make Broadway even better. So you can’t say, “Tickets are too expensive.” You can say, “Free tickets every Thursday for people whose names are Thursday.”
Don’t judge your own ideas. I don’t care how crazy they are. I just want one positive idea on how to make Broadway a better place.
And maybe someone who reads it will be inspired to do something about it.
Ready, set, make Broadway better!
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