I’m going to do something I don’t like to do.

I don’t like to repeat myself.

Whether that’s in the types of shows I produce, or the marketing initiatives I come up with, or the types of blogs I write.

But eff it.  It’s a pandemic.  All bets are off.

That’s why I’m going to pretend I’m a TV show and give you a repeat.  But it’s only because you asked for it.

If you missed it:

Last week, I held a virtual (duh) workshop called “How TheaterMakers Can Make The Most Of Their Quaran-time,”  where I revealed all the strategies, tips and tricks that I’ve learned from the countless business gurus, marketing mavens, entrepreneurs and art-repreneurs I’ve been talking to since I’ve been trapped inside.

And it was by far the most popular webinar I’ve ever, EVER, done.  There were hundreds of us TheaterMakers in this e-room . . . all figuring out how we make the most of this time.

And then the emails started coming, not only saying that the advice I was passing on was working, but I started to get a bunch of emails asking to teach the workshop again . . . because so many had missed it.

So that’s what we’re doing.

For a limited time, If you missed my webinar, “How TheaterMakers Can Make The Most Of Their Quaran-time”, you can now see it again on replay here.

And if you are a TheaterMaker and are looking for a step-by-step plan for how to come out of this isolation better off than when you started, I strongly suggest you watch.

See, while I’m pretty good at self-motivating and keeping my eyes on my goals, even I felt myself looking for direction during this unprecedented era.  That’s why I reached out to my business network and my artistic network to find out what other people were doing to get through this.

And oh did they help me.  Big time.  After about the 20th Zoom call, I turned a corner – staying positive and staying focused  . . . and I started getting serious @#$% done in a time where it’s just really hard to get anything done.

That’s when I knew I had to share it.  So I took all their nuggets of inspiration and practical advice, threw in some of my own, and put it up online for all you TheaterMakers out there.

And all of it . . . and then some . . . is in this webinar.

So, yeah, I’m repeating myself.  Sue me.  Or just watch it and I think you’ll forgive me.

Because I know it’ll help.

Have a fantastic TheaterMaking weekend!

P.S. I’ll be going LIVE tonight on my Facebook page with Tony Award-winner Ali Stroker (Oklahoma!, Deaf West’s Spring Awakening). Join us here at 8pm EDT.


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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.