I love a good expo.
There’s something energizing about getting a whole bunch of people under one convention center roof that are all passionate about the same thing.
I usually leave them pretty amped up about my career and my business.
There are expos and trade shows about every thing you can every imagine, including Show Biz!The Show Biz Expo is this Saturday, October 9th, here in New York City, and at 2 PM I’ll be leading a seminar called, “I Wanna Be A Producer!” I’ll be taking a break from previews of Miss Abigail’s Guide to tell attendees my story of how I started, and where I hope to go. Then I’ll talk to the people in the room about where they hope to go, and I’ll even try and give them some tips on how they can get there. It’ll be like a mini version of my ‘How To Get Your Show Off The Ground’ seminar.
So come to the Expo and say hello . . . and bring your questions on producing theater.
There’s a $15 fee since the Expo is tomorrow, but because you’re a blog reader, I got that waived for you.
Here’s how to get in for free:
– Go to the Expo at the 2nd Floor of the Hilton on 54th and 6th (it’s all day from 10am – 6pm, but my seminar is at 2.)
– Sign up to register. When it says the fee is $15, enter promo code: KEN
– Have fun. Meet people.
See you there!
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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.