The Sunday Giveaway: A free copy of I Wanna Be a Producer by John Breglio!

A year ago, if you had asked me who should write a book on Broadway Producing . . . I would have answered . . . John Breglio.

And then, wouldn’t you know it . . . he did!

John tipped me off that this book was coming back when he did my podcast (and told us all sorts of juicy stories about his days with Michael Bennett and more) and I’ve been waiting impatiently ever since.

See, John not only wrote this book on Broadway Producing, but he helped write the book on Broadway . . . period, having represented everyone from Stephen Sondheim to Andrew Lloyd Webber and so many more.  He negotiated some of the biggest deals in the industry . . . and then put on his producer hat as well, with the most recent revival of A Chorus Line as just one of his credits.

You can bet I’ll be reading and recommending his book, I Wanna Be A Producer.

But right now I’m gonna give one copy away for free!

Click here to enter to win your own copy of the Breglio Book (already a #1 New Release on Amazon).

Click here to read more about the book.

Good luck!  And a huge thanks to John for sharing his years of Broadway wisdom with all of us.


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