Panel Alert: A Q&A for Producing Off-Broadway

My friends at the Off-Broadway Theater Alliance are continuing their Off-Broadway panel series on Sunday, December 5th, and they have asked me to participate.

The topic of the panel?  Whatever questions you come up with.

Since so rarely is there ever enough time at the end of a panel to discuss all the questions on the audience members’ minds, the OBTA decided to open this panel up to only questions from the audience.

I’m a huge fan of these types of panels . . . because this way the panel is guaranteed to be about you, instead of about whatever is up the panelists’ butts that day.  Know what I mean?

I’ll be joined by the esteemed Seth Goldstein and Adam Hess, two of the finest managers and producers working Off-Broadway.  If I have a question about producing Off-Broadway, guess who I call?  Yep, Seth and Adam.

So come to The Snapple Theater Center on Sunday, December 5th.  Doors open at 11:30 AM for free coffee and Sunday morning snacks.  The panel starts at noon and is a healthy hour and a half.

And remember, it’s all about you.

For more about the panel, click here.

Reservations are required, and space is limited.  Reserve your spot today by clicking here.

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