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Game of Thrones Gets Even Bigger With a Live Concert Tour

First, Game of Thrones popped up as an interactive art installation in New York City. It seems that the hit fantasy series is getting in on more live event action. A Game of Thrones immersive musical concert tour has been announced that's hitting the road across North America early next year. The tour features an orchestra and choir, visual footage from the HBO show as well as some created just for the live event and a "headlining performance from the...

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What’s Better Than Winning the Tony for Best Musical?

A profitable hit! The New York Times' Patrick Healy writes about following Broadway producer Joey Parnes of A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder to his first meeting with his ad agency, SpotCo, after winning the Tony for Best Musical. Sometimes winning a Tony boosts sales (Avenue Q) and sometimes it doesn't (or it does during the following summer and then stops, like in the case of Memphis)? Time will tell how A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder will...

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Sometimes It Takes the Dead to See the Future …

Not zombies, just hippies. Specifically, the Grateful Dead. Scott McDowell wrote a great piece on 99U recently reminding me of what I’ve long believed. The Grateful Dead were decades ahead of the rest of the live entertainment business in a number of ways. You should read the whole article, so I won’t distract too much from that, but I want to point out a couple things that I think are of particular interest across all genres. He highlights “building a...

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Your Daily Reminder That Live Entertainment is Dead…

Yep. Dead as Dickens, at $375 a ticket to sit on a lawn and see a headliner whose last hit is from 2003. Coachella is a stone cold sellout.

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