Who won Digital Theatre’s entire catalog?


Well, if the popularity of this giveaway was any indication, then the viewing of theater on video has a robust future.  208 of you chimed in to offer your opinion on what you’d pay to Netflix a Broadway show.  (Read them here.)

And comment-survey says?

The average price of your 208 suggestions was . . . $14.

Sounds like a deal to me, because, as DAVID HOPSON, who is the winner of this week’s contest said, “A chance to see some shows is priceless!”

Congrats, David. Email me to get your super-prize.

And for the rest of you . . . hopefully we’ll all be downloading theater soon enough.

When that happens, we’ll all be winners.


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