The 2nd Annual Producer’s Perspective Social!
Last year, I invited all of my readers to mingle offline at our first PP social, and we had a blast. So, we’re doing it again!
On Thursday, December 10th, I’m inviting all of you to come join me in celebrating the holidays, and the theater in general, at The 2nd Annual Producer’s Perspective Social.
Just like last year, I’m buying the first round for each of you. And we’ll have door prizes, including free tickets to Broadway shows like Mamma Mia, Memphis, Finian’s Rainbow as well as Broadway merch from my friends at The Broadway Store andSh-K Boom/Ghostlight Records.
And for the grand prize, I’m giving away my newest favorite toy . . . The Kindle!
So come on down to Hurley’s Saloon the Time Out Lounge at New World Stages on Thursday, December 10th at 6:30. Say hello to me and to your fellow readers, who include Producers, Writers, Designers, Actors, Union reps and more. We’ll talk shop and network and share stories from the past year and talk about the exciting stuff that is in store for all of us in 2010.
Here are the deets:
Thursday, December 10th.
6:30 – 8:00 PM
UPDATE: Due to the overwhelming response, we’ve moved the event to a larger venue!
Hurley’s Saloon-2nd floor
232 West 48th Street (betw. Broadway and 8th)
Time Out Lounge at New World Stages
340 West 50th St. (betw. 8th and 9th aves)
To RSVP, email my assistant Melissa at firstname.lastname@example.org. She’ll need your full name.
Feel free to spread the word to your friends but they will have to RSVP on their own. No plus ones.
FYI, space is limited so RSVPs are essential. We had a terrific response last year and we did have to stop taking RSVPs so if you’re coming, RSVP today.
See you there!
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