Podcast Episode #246: An Off Broadway Model On Broadway
ESTIMATED LISTENING TIME OF THIS EPISODE: 9 Minutes
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ABOUT THIS EPISODE:
I arrived in New York City during the Golden Age of Off-Broadway. Forever Plaid, Nunsense, And The World Goes Round, Cryptogram, Family Secrets, and more, were a few of the shows running in theaters under 499 seats . . . in commercial productions! And many actually recouped!
When I started creating and producing commercial theater, I started Off-Broadway. I wasn’t ready to raise $10mm for Broadway shows (which is what they were then . . . compared to the $15-20mm they are now). I wanted to be a Lead Producer and didn’t have the decision-making experience yet. And, well, the ideas I had come up with were Off-Broadway ideas (my first three shows were The Awesome 80s Prom, Altar Boyz and My First Time).
So that’s where I started.
No one told me that in the fifteen years since I arrived in NYC, the Off-Broadway model changed.
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