LAST CALL for our Broadway Investing Seminars.
Note to self . . . when you don’t do things for a long time that were very popular, and then do them later on, they tend to be popular again.
This happens to be the theory of why certain Broadway shows are revived.
And this also seems to be why we’ve had so many folks register for our two upcoming seminars about the ins and outs of Broadway Investing.
As I wrote here, I used to do these seminars twice a year for people who were interested in learning more about Broadway Investing, and for those folks who were looking to raise money and wanted to know how Broadway investing worked so they could explain it to their investors.
They were always popular.
I stopped doing them for a while, focused on publishing this book on Broadway Investing (the only book on Broadway Investing, I’m proud to say) . . . but the seminars are back, baby!
And based on the signups we had when I first announced it, both upcoming sessions are going to sell out, so I wanted to give you a LAST CALL before the seats are gone.
Here are the dates:
Tuesday, March 10th at 7 PM (extremely limited availability)
Monday, April 6th at 7 PM (limited availability)Click here to sign up now and join other theater fans like you interested in learning more about . . .
- How profits are split for Broadway Investors (including how Producers are paid)
- Finding projects to invest in (including my strategy for picking a winner)
- What besides profits you can hope to get from investing in a Broadway show (yes, we’re talking perks!)
- Tax implications of Broadway Investing
- And more . . .
Oh, and everyone who comes will get a free copy of the book, Broadway Investing 101.
I expect March 10th to sell out in the next 48 hours (and I’m keeping these seminars intimate to make sure I can answer everyone’s questions), so sign up now.
Last call everyone!www.BroadwayInvestingSeminar.com
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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.