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10 Inspiring TED Talks

You know we're huge TED Talk fans. Entrepreneur shares 10 TED talks that will change how entrepreneurs think about the world. Do you have your tickets to TEDxBroadway 2019 yet? TEDxBroadway will be returning to the New World Stages on Tuesday, September 24, 2019. As you know, we sell out every year and quickly, so we encourage you to get your tickets now! Check out Navi Radjou's TED talk below about creative problem-solving in the face of extreme limits, then watch the rest! #mc_embed_signup{background:#fff; clear:left;...

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News

TEDxBroadway Speaker David Korins Featured on TED.com

“What’s the Best Broadway Can Be?” The TEDxBroadway organizers asked David Korins, the award-winning designer for Hamilton and Dear Evan Hansen, to contribute to this question at the seventh annual event held in February 2018. The result was his powerful talk, “A Revelation of Space.” Today, David’s talk has been selected from hundreds of thousands of TEDx talks from across the globe to be featured on the TED.com channels (watch it here). “We’re incredibly proud of David, his inspiring talk really struck...

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News

Kids, Freedom & Huddled Masses

We wanted to share a few of the TEDxBroadway talks that came to mind, given the headlines we've all been watching over the last few weeks. In 2013, at TEDxBroadway's second annual event, a 75-year-old George Takei took to the stage to share his personal story about being sent to a Japanese-American internment camp with his family at the age of 5. The Takeis spent four long years in a camp located in the swamps of Arkansas -- and it's...

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Innovation

Festival Bubble? How Not to Be a Victim

Joe Kennedy (President Kennedy’s father) made a fortune during the depression, and he claimed that he avoided the stock market crash of 1929 with the help of his shoeshine boy. Had the shoeshine boy learned some inside scoop from one of his high-powered clients that things were about to go sour in the market? No, quite the opposite. His shoeshine boy, financial wizard that he was, had a stock tip for him: a sure winner. That, Kennedy always claimed,...

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Experience

What Does a Ticket Really Get You?

Most of the people who are reading this post sell tickets, and we even talk about the Ticket Business. But I’ve always believed that the ticket is the last thing we should be talking about, and the last thing buyers actually care about. Nobody, outside the odd collector, places value on the piece of paper you’re (sometimes) given to gain entry to a show. The ticket is not the thing. Surely, you say, the thing is the show you’re buying:...

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