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How to Keep the Live Entertainment Industry Healthy

I loved Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812. I saw it when it was in the meatpacking district across the street from the Standard Hotel and still included dinner, but I think it’s been just as well received in Midtown Manhattan, where it is today. So I was excited to hear that the show is launching a Kickstarter campaign to develop a film version. I was skeptical at first, thinking of it as a movie version, because the...

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Concert Window Founder Dan Gurney at TedxBroadway 2014

If you haven’t yet heard of Concert Window, here’s the scoop: You can webcast your performance from a venue or your living room all around the world. Musicians can make extra money and gain fans worldwide, and viewers can chat with others while enjoying the best seat in the house. And you can stream or watch on your smartphone, tablet or Apple TV. There are over 100 exclusive concerts a month -- 210 shows in the next 30 days, to...

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More TEDxBroadway 2014 Speakers Announced

On behalf of Ken, Damian and the rest of the TEDxBroadway team, I’m delighted to announce another batch of speakers for TEDxBroadway 2014! Robert Lopez is a creative genius and has the Tonys to prove it. The composer of both Avenue Q and The Book of Mormon, Robert’s made his bones in this world big time. In our discussions of his presentation, Robert talked about a whole range of interesting things about being a creator of something that you expect...

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