The Sunday Giveaway: My Three How-Tos on Broadway Producing.
RIIIIIIING! That’s the bell, boys and girls!
It’s back to school week all over the country. From kindergarten to college, classes are again in session. That’s why I thought this was the perfect time to do a school-like giveaway I’ve had in the works for some time.
As you may know, I’ve created three courses on Broadway Producing, including:
- Producing 101, which teaches the three fundamentals (The Three “Fs) of producing.
- Breakin’ Down A Budget, a line by line analysis of a real Broadway Budget, including who gets how much and why.
And my most popular course . . .
- Raise It, how to raise the money you need for your show and fast.
All three courses include audio recordings, written transcripts, bonus materials, including actual offering documents, exclusive reports, and more. It took me a year to put these all together.
I created these course because when I was coming up, there was nothing like this stuff on the market. So I made stuff that I would have wanted to get.
What’s cool is that the feedback I’ve gotten (check the testimonials on the links above) is telling me that the courses are working.
And now I’m going to give them ALL away for free.
You can enter to win Producing 101, Breakin’ Down A Budget, and Raise It just by clicking here. And with a little bit of luck (which might be the most important thing that all Producers really need), they could all be yours for nothing.Enter to win here.
And good luck!
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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.