How does a show make it to Broadway? Join us for a Salon with Jessica Genick, a well-known producer of ten Broadway shows and her big-time guests! More…
At each session, Jessica will invite a different industry expert to offer their unique insights into the world of showbiz.
Guests include industry insiders who'll discuss everything from drama school, diversity, and development, not to mention the nuts and bolts behind how your favorite shows make (and lose) money. You will meet professional actors, producers, choreographers, casting directors, and general managers who will share their expertise with you.
Bring your questions, and expect interesting answers that will spark engaging discussion!
See it if you're interested in how Broadway plays get financed and how you can get involved as a co-producer.
Don't see it if you're not interested in the financial side of Broadway shows.
See it if Guest, Laura Fredrick's was fantastic! Not only telling you how to" ASK" in show business, but can be applied to everyday life. 60 min flew!
Don't see it if you Don't have a pulse. It was entertaining, applicable to all and made you feel ... you're in "the room where it happens".
Also Truly an experience! Go, participate, you will not be disappointed.
See it if You want to understand how funds are raised. Guest, Laura, was awesome.Jessica kept the pace engaging.i liked that there were producers here
Don't see it if If you do not want to learn how to ask for money. Just go
See it if If u r a Broadway fan like me. You will come away from this terrific presentation with an understanding of what goes on behind the curtain
Don't see it if You have no interest in theatre except as an audience member.
See it if You are interested in knowing how shows get produced. Jessica is excellent. She's been producing awhile & knows her stuff.
Don't see it if You are not interested in how a show is produced.
See it if your interested in the economics and politics of theater or event planning in general.
Don't see it if you want to maintain you're fantasies about the business of theater and avoid the reality of decision making.
See it if Interested in the in's and out's of acting, hiring an agent, survival jobs, etc. Lots of great inside info during discussion.
Don't see it if Time flew by. A few more minutes for more questions would have been great
See it if you produce, want to produce, have projects in development or are just plain curious.
Don't see it if you're expecting a comprehensive introduction to the biz of Broadway. These presentations seem more like valuable nuggets of wisdom.
See it if Jessica and her special guest were so knowledgeable as producers. They gladly shared their wealth of experiences and encouraged questions.
Don't see it if If you are not interested in “behind the scenes “ of the theater world.
See it if Great experience learning some of the Business of Broadway. Jessica really explains things perfectly and answers all questions if she can.
Don't see it if You have no interest in the business side of the theater industry.
See it if In gambling there's a statistical chance that you "might" win your money back, but with Bdwy it's 100% risk. Get with Jessica, she knows all
Don't see it if If you prefer to blithely think that musicals "magically" appear on Broadway, the numbers will erase the innocence of putting on a show.
See it if Jessica Genick is a fascinating speaker, and a natural born Producer. There were a lot of insightful information and the hour past quickly.
Don't see it if Don’t want to know the inside information regarding the process to produce a show.
See it if If you've always been curious about where the Broadway dollars go, to get some inside info, if you've ever dreamed of being on Bway team.
Don't see it if You expect to get ALL the inside scoop, you'd rather not know about Bway money, you need a very structured class type event.
See it if Want a peek into commercial theatre world & some understanding of how producers endeavor to sell tickets. Informed & personable presenters.
Don't see it if Looking for in-depth course on biz. This was informal & a good attempt to pack a lot in 1-hr, but really a teaser to much larger subject.
See it if you're interested about the role of producers and about the dollars-and-cents side of the shows you see.
Don't see it if you are interested only in the artistic and performing side of NY theater.
See it if You always thought about the Toni awards and how theater survives from a financial perspective.
Don't see it if If your not interested in the life and death of a play or musical from the business side.
See it if you are a current or prospective writer, director, actor, producer, investor, advocate, or attendee of theatre needing financial knowledge.
Don't see it if you do not care or need to know about the business of acting, directing, or producing theatre.
See it if ...you enjoy knowing where the money goes in a B'way production — at least one in particular, the admitted rarity, Hamilton.
Don't see it if ... you're looking to produce a Broadway show. This is more of a teaser for fans.
See it if you want a broad overview about how Broadway shows are produced by listening to experienced producers who answer all questions. that arise.
Don't see it if you're expecting a structured session with really detailed information on exactly what steps must be taken to produce a Broadway show.
See it if you'd like an hour casually chatting with a knowledgeable producer and a random group of theater buffs about Broadway (w/no refreshments)
Don't see it if you're hoping to learn much about the business of B'way; Ms. Genick can't reveal the workings of any shows she's produced & won't generalize