What theater and real estate have in common.

Last weekend, I took a trip out to Minnesota to catch a few shows at the historic History Theatre in St. Paul. (By the way, I’d put Minneapolis/St. Paul as one of the top theater cities in the country…perhaps nudging out LA for the third spot behind Chicago and, of course, NYC.) The History Theatre has a fantastically specific mission …

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The best reason why you should be really, really busy.

When people ask how you are in this biz, you’d think the normal answer would be “Good,” or “Fine.” (Side note:  try saying “Great” when people ask you how you are…you end up feeling what you say you’re feeling.) But instead, the stock answer to “How are you,” tends to be, “Well. I’m really busy.” Funny, …

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How we could get rid of Ticket Service Fees.

Here’s a way to get rid of ticketing service fees. Unless you’ve been buried under a rock under another rock used for the bottom of a rock foundation, then you know these two seemingly unrelated facts: There are more secondary market ticket brokers reaching more ticket buyers than ever before. All ticket buyers hate paying service fees. …

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