The Sunday Giveaway: A Free Pass to the Commercial Theater Institute 3 Day Weekend!

There aren’t many training grounds for people like you, who want to be a Producer.

That’s one of the reasons I started this blog, because I remember what it was like, sitting at home alone, staring at my computer, searching for information about how to produce Broadway shows.  But before me and my seminars, there was the one and only Commercial Theater Institute.

The flagship program of CTI is its 3 Day Intensive Weekend, which features all sorts of awesome guest speakers from Broadway industry leaders speaking on a rainbow-range of subjects, from budgeting, to contracts, to how to pick a project.

Oh, and this year, I’m honored to be one of those speakers!

Yep, I’ll be on a Panel talking about “How I Pick A Project.”

Not only is the weekend a wealth of information, but it’s a theater networking extravaganza.  Producers, writers, investors . . . you’ll find all kinds at the weekend.  In fact, the year Godspell was featured, I met someone who I invited on to my producing team for Macbeth.  

The cost for this weekend is $455.

But for one of you, it’ll be free.

Ready to enter?

Tell me why you want it.  That simple.  In the comments below, give me a reason why you want to attend the weekend, and I’ll pick one of you to go for free!

(Oh, and if you don’t win, or can’t make it, get the CTI book – not as good as being there, but it’s the bible for producers-to-be.  Get it here.)

Good luck!  And I hope to see you all there!


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