November 5, 2021: What TheaterMakers Are Talking About This Week

November 5, 2021: What TheaterMakers Are Talking About This Week

Here’s what TheaterMakers were talking about this week . . .

1 – Andrew Lloyd Webber to Deliver Keynote at The TheaterMakers Summit

The jellicle cat is out of the bag! I am so excited to have Andrew deliver our keynote conversation this Sunday. And you do not want to miss this! Plus, with more than 100 other speakers and hundreds of other theatermakin’ attendees, this is the place to be! Still need a ticket? Get yours here

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2 – Broadway Tax Credit

Everyone’s talking about SVOG. But this tax credit is almost as good for all the shows coming back and the new ones starting up! I know the possibility of this credit is making me look at the schedule for my upcoming shows . . . to make sure I can beat the deadline!

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3 – Trouble In Mind

Any theatermaker can tell you that timing is half the battle of doing what we do. And this show is an incredible look at what timing can mean. Follow the 60-year road to Broadway for Trouble in Mind below. 

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4 –  Is This A Room / Dana H Extend 

If there was ever an example of the power of ticket buyers, let this be it. Congrats to both productions on their extension. These shows are not to be missed. So go get yourselves to the Lyceum! 

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5 – Spring Awakening Reunion Concert 

A one-night-only engagement of one of the most powerful musicals of our time, by the ORIGINAL CAST, benefitting The Actors Fund? Can’t wait to be totally @#$%ed again. We’ll have to do one of these with our revival cast someday. Trivia time – which cast member would be in BOTH? Comment below!

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Fun on a Friday: 

It’s Summit week! Take a look at Daniel Mertzlufft’s incredible opening number for our event. I can’t wait to see you all there! Still need a ticket? Grab ‘em here.

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