Chicken wings, coke and collaboration. Mmmm, mmmm, good.

I was honored to be profiled in a feature that ran yesterday about me and my fantastic Miss Abigail collaborator, Sarah Saltzberg.

In the article, we talk about how to collaborate, how Miss Abigail was born, and who has the best Buffalo Wings in Midtown.

To read all the hot and spicy details, click here.

To see the outcome of our cool collaboration, click here.

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The LA Seminar is SOLD OUT!

But the social still have some room!  If you’re in LA and you love the theater, come to the social THIS SATURDAY NIGHT!  Click here for more details.

The next NYC seminar is on March 19th. Save $55 if you register by 1/31/11.

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Enter to win FREE tickets to Driving Miss Daisy in this week’s giveaway!  Click here!


I’m doing a reading of a new show and you’re invited.

This Friday, April 30th, at 12 PM & 3 PM, I’m doing my first readings of a brand new show I’ve been working on called Miss Abigail’s Guide to Dating, Mating, & Marriage! 

And you’re invited!

Feedback from intelligent audiences is crucial for getting new shows off the ground (especially shows like this, as you’ll soon see).  So who better to get that feedback from than you!

Unfortunately the midtown theater we’re doing the reading in is petite, so I can only hold 10 seats for each performance for blog subscribers.

If you’re a subscriber, send an email to from the email address that you subscribe with and give us following info (if you’re not a subscriber, subscribe now by filling in the box in the upper left hand corner of the site before you email):

– Full Name
– Whether you want to attend the 12 PM or the 3 PM performance
– Whether or not you’d like to be on the waiting list if you are not one of the first 10 people to RSVP.

You will receive a confirmation with the location details, if we can find you a seat!

Hope to see you there!

For more info on the show, visit

Are we coming out of the recession? Broadway knows.

Nothing makes me happier than when our boutique of a business gets the attention of bigger players in the world’s economy.

Last week, Nicholas Colas, Chief Market Strategist at BNY ConvergEx Group (a “premier provider of investment technology solutions and global agency brokerage services to institutional clients”), announced that he believes we are rounding the bend on consumer confidence.

How did he make this determination?

He stuck his economic thermometer into the mouth of Broadway.

Why?  “With the average price of a ticket to a big Broadway show $80, Broadway, the ‘Street of Dreams,’ is a good place to look for signs of renewed consumer confidence,” Nick said.

You can read about his report here.

Thanks for paying us some mind, Nick.  I’d love to dig a little deeper with you on a few issues, if you’ve got some time?

Oh, and since you’re so bullish about what’s happening in Midtown, I’m sure you’d be interested in investing in a couple of my shows, right?  Awesome.  I’ll put you down for 3 units/each.  You can thank me later.