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Communication 101: Toeing the “Party Line”

Personal Training in Musical Theater: You Better Work!

“Don’t Stop Believing” In New Jukebox Musicals

4 Reasons To Keep Your New Born Musical Out of NYC

5 Simple Tips For Musical Theatre Festival Success

5 Ways to Get Noticed by a Theater Company

A “Smash”ing new musical on the small screen

A 5,6,7,8…The numbers are in!

A Bouquet of Broadway Valentines

A Musical Moment: “Lucky Guy” Willard Beckham

A Reality Check From Sondheim And Lloyd Webber

All the World’s a Stage: Networking 101

Apply Now! Current New Musical Development Opportunities

Apply Now! Upcoming Musical Theatre Deadlines

Are You Drinking Your Musical’s Kool-Aid?

Art Is Domination

Banking On Bank Robbers With Broadway’s Bonnie & Clyde

Based On A True Story

Beck Borrows From Broadway “Play” Book

Being “Committed,” Not Crazy In Musical Theater

Beware of Being the Belle of the (Musical) Ball

Big Three Musical Theater Myths — Debunked

Blow Your Own Horn: 5 Tips &Tricks

Breaking the Rules of Social Media: Making Musicals

Bring Back The 3 Act Musical!

Broadway (League) Bound

Broadway Budgets: Cost of Broadway Marketing & Advertising

Buddy Deal vs Business Deal?

Budgeting: Avoid Short Changing Your New Musical

Could Broadway’s David Merrick be successful in 2011?


Darwin’s Musical Theater Principles

Dear Make Musicals… Pest vs Self-Promoter?

Do You Have Musical Theater Trust Issues?

Don’t Bank on a Musical Fluke

Don’t Tell Me You Wrote The Next Broadway Hit

Dumbing down your new musical?

Embrace Your Musical Theatre Fearlessness

For A Good Time…er…Musical, Call…

Get Off Your Musical Theater High Horse

Good News! Your Future: Musical Theater Failure

Help is on the way for your new musical!

Hosting a Musical Reading: 3 Tips for Wowing Producers

How Lovely to be a Woman: Why being female can ruin your career as a playwright

How to “Kickstart” Your New Musical’s Funding

How to be a Broadway Visionary: Action!

How to Blow a Festival or Theater Gig for Your Musical

How to interpret Broadway Grosses

How to Make Musicals: Are YOU Ready?

How to Succeed in Business (of Musicals)


In Showbusiness, It’s Not About Who You Know

Inspiration from an Icon: Legendary Lyricist, Don Black

Inspiration is for Amateurs

Jet or Shark? Where’s Your Musical Theater Gang?

Landesman Rings the Death Knell for Theaters, Misses the Good News

Learn to Speak Razzle Dazzle in 3 easy steps

Letting Go of Your Broadway Baby

Life’s a Pitch

Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Pop Culture Gut Check

Making Musicals: 7 Reasons to Quit (and how to get over it)

Move Into the Musical Theater Fast Lane

Musical Moment Interview Series: Actress Liz Baltes

Musical Moment Interview Series: Artist Manager, Bruce Miller

Musical Moment Interview Series: Jason Robert Brown

Musical Moment Interview Series: Larry O’Keefe Part 1

Musical Moment Interview Series: Larry O’Keefe Part 2

Musical Moment: An Interview with Book Writer, Thomas Meehan

Musical Moment: An Interview with Branden Huldeen of NAMT

Musical Moment: An Interview With Brian Yorkey

Musical Moment: An Interview With Casting Director, Michael Cassara

Musical Moment: An Interview with Isaac Hurwitz, Part 1

Musical Moment: An Interview with Matthew Sklar

Musical Moment: Isaac Hurwitz, Part 2

Musical Theater: Finding your place with your signature

Musical Theatre Festival: The Top 3 Priorities For Writers

Musical Theatre Missed Connections

New Musical Marketing: Choose Your Words Wisely

Porgy & Bess For A New Generation On Broadway

Reaching Musical Theater Producers: How to Make your Best Pitch

Ripped from the Headlines: How to avoid a musical lawsuit

Risky Business: The Musical

Romancing The New Musical Option Process

Sex in the City and Musicals on Your TV

Silent Musicals: Why Smartphones Kill Theater

Sneak Peek Inside A Musical Theater Festival: Part 1

Sneak Peek Inside a Musical Theatre Festival: 29 Hour Readings

Staged Readings and Workshops: How to Be a Better Audience

Tales of the City: 3 Things This New Musical Did Right

The Alternative To A Thick Skin

The Chemistry of Respect in Musical Theatre Collaborations

The Collaborative Art of Musicals: How to get on the same page

The Derivative Musical: Or Mad Men on Broadway

The Hidden Costs of Writing A Musical

The Step You MUST Take Today to Ensure Your Musical’s Future

The Value of “Real” Connections: How Loyalty Breeds Success

To Pick A Winning Musical, Follow Your Heart

Translating Your Musical From English to English

Wanna get Lucky with your New Musical? Know your Odds

Were you bitten by the musical theater “fame monster?”

What did you think of the show?

What it Costs to Make a Musical: A Reality Check

What the hell does “in good faith” mean?

What Your Musical Can Learn From Presidential Politics

Where there’s a will there’s Broad-way

Who Cares About the Grammys? Broadway

Who’s Your Broadway Valentine?

Why Debbie Reynolds Can’t Save Your New Musical

Why do good shows fail on Broadway?

Why Your Show Could Go Down In Flames Like Rebecca

Would you jump through “hoops” for your musical?

You Don’t Own Me: Fun Facts About Musical Copyrights

You Wish To Go To The Festival?

Your driver has a Tony. Do you?

Your Musical’s Two Most Important Words

Your New Musical: Why This? Why Now?

“If You Can Make it There, You’ll Make it Anywhere.” But Do You Really Need Broadway?

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