A Free Town Hall Teleseminar about Producing Broadway Shows, Off Broadway Shows and Anywhere Shows.
I feel bad.
Cuz I can’t answer all my emails.
I try. I really do. It’s not that it’s impossible, it’s just that if I did, I wouldn’t have enough time to take care of my kids . . . also known as my shows.
So if you’ve sent me an email, with a question about producing a Broadway show, or producing a show in your backyard, and I haven’t gotten to it, I’m sorry.
And this post is for you. And anyone else with a question out there. Or anyone who just wants to hear me answer questions.
Since one of the reasons I started this blog was to help people like you get your shows off the ground, I’m going to hold a free E-Town Hall on Wednesday, December 2nd at 7 PM ET.
For one hour, I’m going to take your questions about Broadway, Off Broadway, and anything under the sun (except for politics and religion and early Hungarian cabinetmaking). If there’s something you’ve been dying to know, that I haven’t addressed in a blog, then this is your chance to ask me all about it.
And if you don’t have any questions, you can just listen in and hear about the issues and challenges other folks are facing, and what I suggest they do about it.
It should be fun, educational and improvisational. That’s right, there will be no pre-screening of questions here like those wimpy Presidential debaters. I’ll take questions on everything from:
- How to Raise Money for your show.
- How to find a Director . . . and also how to fire one.
- Which one of my shows was the hardest to produce and why?
- Where do I see Broadway in twenty years?
- I need the rights to this book. How do I get it?
In other words, this Town Hall is like a crowd-sourced podcast, with me as the guest. And it’s free.
And because it’s over the phone, you can join wherever you are in the whole wide world! (I’ll be holding a contest for whoever joins the Town Hall call from the farthest city from New York.)
All that you need to do is click here, register, and you’ll be sent all the information on how to tune in on the 2nd at 7 PM ET. And if you can’t make it on the 2nd, but want to listen in anyway, sign up. We’ll send you an audio file the next day for you to listen in at your leisure.
Our E-Town Hall software can only take a limited number of participants, so sign up today to make sure you get in.
I’m sure excited about the chance to interact with all of you.Sign up for the Town Hall now.
P.S. The Town Hall in this photo is from Sturbridge, MA, the quaint little New England town where I grew up!
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Ken created one of the first Broadway podcasts, recording over 250 episodes over 7 years. It features interviews with A-listers in the theater about how they “made it”, including 2 Pulitzer Prize Winners, 7 Academy Award Winners and 76 Tony Award winners. Notable guests include Pasek & Paul, Kenny Leon, Lynn Ahrens and more.