WWYD with TOS?

Remember when we talked about the concept of a Broadway to Off-Broadway transfer?

Title of Show is as close to a perfect candidate as you can get for this experimental idea.  Shoot, give me 24 hours, a u-haul, and a collaborative team (and unions) and I could have a version of that show up somewhere else in the city.

The one flaw from our original concept is that TOS hasn’t benefited from any Tony publicity yet.  And then there’s the question . . . would they even be eligible if they downsized before the Tonys?  Would they be eligible for Off-Broadway and Broadway awards (Broadway shows that have moved from Off-Broadway are eligible for both).

Lots of questions . . . but the most important question is:

What would you do if you were the Producers of TOS?

Comment away with your thoughts.  Luckily, this is Fantasy Broadway, where you make the call, but no real dollars are won or lost.

Which means you have no excuse not to play.  So think about it.  Because when your real dollars are at stake, and they will be soon . . . you’ll have wished you practiced more.

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