My 5 Friday Finds: Hello Trello
Happy last working Friday of 2018! (I know we’ve got another Friday to go, but it seems like the entire world is taking off next week, so if you’ve got business to do before the end of the year, I’d pick up that phone!)
- Hello to Trello
I love productivity tools. I love them so much, that sometimes researching them and implementing them gets in the way of my productivity. 🙂
But not this one.
Trello is a like Basecamp but cooler. It’s a visual way to keep all your projects in front of you on “boards” and “cards.” And if you collaborate with folks, you can assign tasks and keep track of what everyone is up to.
I’ve got boards for my creative projects, my biz projects, and more.
Takes a beat to set up, but already it’s helping me make sure nothing falls through the cracks, and that I get more done towards my goals.
- Are your New Year’s Resolutions set yet?
Setting a good set of resolutions is a science. Did you know that 80% of resolutions fail by February?
That’s why we’re doing something about it. Click here to learn more.
Everyone’s buzzin’ about the next attempt at a TV show about our world, especially since it contains so many Broadway peeps, from Norbert Leo Butz to Laura Osnes to Gettin’ The Band Back Together’s Kelli Barrett.
No release date yet for the FX show, but anything on television that has the word Broadway in it is good for the industry. #ContentMarketing
- Someone at the NY Times actually LIKES jukebox musicals.
Interesting article from a female reviewer about a jukebox musical about a female. Read here.
- Another show goes from Broadway to Off. And it’s one of mine!
In the tradition of Avenue Q (now closing on April 28th), The Play That Goes Wrong, which I produce, will close on Broadway on January 6th and then REOPEN Off-Broadway at New World Stages on Feb 11th. See here!
Happy to see this model continue (I blogged about it way back here) and hope it goes all WRONG.
Enjoy the weekend, folks, and your week off as well. If you’re looking to see a show this coming week, remember, it’s the busiest time of year on Broadway, so get tickets now. Especially to THIS ONE.
Oh, and fyi, this Blog will be on vacation next week as well, so don’t get all worried if you don’t see a post 🙂
On my morning commute, I scoot past a giant hole…
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.