Podcast Episode 10 – Damian Bazadona

  It wasn’t too long ago that the most buzzed phrase around the biz was “The future of advertising is online.”  Broadway (and the rest of the world) got swept up in the digital marketing revolution so fast that our head is still spinning. (I can remember exactly where I was when I first heard about …

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Podcast Episode 9 – Jordan Roth

  You probably think you know what theater owners do. It’s in their moniker – they just own theaters, right?  So all they do is sit atop their perch and decide what shows to let occupy their landmarked buildings and then have lunch at Sardi’s as the rent rolls in. Right? I guess they could …

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Podcast Episode 8 – Hal Luftig

  Yes, my blog and subsequent podcast is called The Producer’s Perspective. And yes, as crazy as it sounds, I haven’t had a Broadway Producer on the podcast! Until now! And how fitting that our first Producer on the podcast is the first Producer I worked for as a Broadway Company Manager . . . none …

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Podcast Episode 7 – Todd Haimes

  Everyone on the commercial side of the industry thinks the non-profits have it so easy.  They can take donations, stars will work for scale, and so on.  I had a feeling there was another side to this story, which is why for Episode #7, I went to the King of all Non-Profits, Mr. Todd …

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Podcast Episode 6 – Michael Riedel

If you don’t know Michael Riedel and his twice weekly gossip column in the NY Post, well, you’re going to be hooked now.  Every Wednesday and Friday, the entire biz scoops up the Post just to read his scoopy column, where he breaks news, busts chops, and builds careers . . . all in a …

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