The Sunday Giveaway: A Free Pass to the CTI Weekend!

Happy Sunday!  And I’ve got a Giveaway for you worth almost $500 smackeroos (or the equivalent of one Book of Mormon ticket during Christmas week).

CTI, aka The Commercial Theater Institute for ‘long’, is holding their original and annual (32nd to be exact) 3 Day New York City Weekend workshop entitled, “So You Want To Be A Producer?”

I mean, was there ever a better suited Sunday Giveaway for a Producer?

If you haven’t heard about the weekend before, it’s the most popular form of training for the commercial theater out there.  In 3 days you learn a lot and meet a ton of peeps.  In fact, I met someone at last year’s CTI who I brought on to my Macbeth team as an above-the-title Producer!

And this year, they’re doing something a little different.  In their own words, “For the first time, the weekend will concentrate on the creative development process and include presentations by four new musicals that will be followed by discussion and analysis of their commercial creative potential.”


And for one of you . . . Free!

Here’s how YOU can win a free spot:

There’s no question that the best Producers are those that have all four of the following assets:

1) A creative mind
2) A business mind
3) Great networking skills
4) Access or the ability to raise $$$

My question to you is . . . if you could only pick one of those skills, which one would you choose?  And why?

Comment below your answer and you’ll be entered to win!


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