Andrew. Lloyd. Webber.
Andrew Lloyd Webber is the most successful theatermaker ever.
No one has written more hits.
He’s had more shows on Broadway than most writers have written!
He’s had successful movies and radio hits. He owns theaters, produced shows, and even became one of the most successful arts lobbyists in London.
He wrote Phantom of the Opera, the longest running show of all time. And he just opened a brand new Cinderella in London a few months ago.
He knows more about making more theater and better theater than most of us could dream about knowing.
And on Sunday, November 7th at 11 AM Eastern Time, he’s going to share his knowledge with the attendees of our TheaterMakersSummit.
That’s right, I’m proud to announce that Andrew Lloyd Webber will deliver our Keynote Conversation at this year’s 5th Annual TheaterMakers Summit.
I’ve had the unbelievable pleasure of working with Andrew over the last several years as his Executive Producer here in North America, and every second has been a masterclass. He drops theatrical truth bombs every few minutes, while drinking a cup of coffee or waiting for an airplane . . . and when he’s giving notes on a show of his, or explaining why he loves a new musical he just saw? Well . . . imagine watching a movie with Spielberg and then talking about it.
And on Sunday, you’re going to hear that kind of insight from Andrew in a moderated Q&A all about theatermaking in the modern era.
If you’ve never heard Andrew speak on this subject before, you simply must.
So grab your ticket now, and also benefit from the 100 other speakers, and dozens of panels on everything from how to attract a Lead Producer to how designers influence your storytelling.
And don’t miss Andrew. Because just one piece of advice from someone like him . . . just ONE THING (and you’re gonna hear hundreds) . . . can change the trajectory of your theatermaking life.
I know it changed mine.
Get your ticket for the summit here.
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