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Commercial Appeal

The Commercial Theater Institute has announced the program schedule for its annual three-day intensive training program, "Producing for the Commercial Theatre," designed to help foster the next generation of commercial theatre producers and open to anyone interested in producing or co-producing or investing in commercial productions.


The line-up includes lectures and panel discussions on the facts and realities of getting a show on stage, networking opportunities, and industry professionals covering the business essentials of creative development, marketing management, legal issues, and more.

Participants include producers, general managers, theatre operators, press and literary agents, and theatrical attorneys from such shows as Wicked, Spring Awakening, Hairspray, The Producers, Avenue Q, Rent, and Chicago. The fee is $435. For more information or to register, visit www.commercialtheaterinstitute.com or call (212) 586-1109.

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