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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Podcast Episode 5 – Drew Hodges

  There aren’t too many people in the world that have worked on the advertising and marketing for more Broadway shows than Drew Hodges and his industry leader of a company, SpotCo.  Just look at their credits! If you asked me what the one skill I think a modern day Producer should have, it’s marketing . …

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Podcast Episode 4 – Terrence McNally

  Tony Award winning playwright Terrence McNally is celebrating his 50th year on Broadway, and you can bet he learned a lot of what to do and what not to do along the way.  And he shared some of that with me, so I can share it with you.  In addition, hear him talk about . . …

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Podcast Episode 3 – Nina Lannan

  I’m one of the fortunate folks who have had the pleasure of working for Broadway GM and Executive Producer Nina Lannan, when I held the Company Manager post on Thoroughly Modern Millie and Gypsy.  (In case you didn’t know, Nina is the co-founder of Bespoke Theatricals and has a line of management credits longer than the lines at …

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