Have you ever wanted to know what it's like to be a Broadway Producer? Ken Davenport, one of Broadway and Off-Broadway's youngest Producers (Will Ferrell's You're Welcome America, Speed The Plow, Blithe Spirit, 13, Altar Boyz, The Awesome 80s Prom and My First Time), as well as a Crain's Magazine's 40 Under 40, shares the secrets of his success in this book, which features entries from his widely read blog, TheProducersPerspective.com. The entries in this book have been featured in Vantity Fair, NY Magazine, The Gothamist, Gawker and more and inspired Manhattan Magazine to call Ken one of Manhattan's "Next Generation of Cultural Thinkers." And yes, that was him in that iPhone commercial.
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By Stephen Feinstein
Apr 7, 2009
"For anyone interested in theatre" I don't work in the theatre industry, but am an avid theatregoer. I've always wondered how the minds of these producers work, and Ken's blog, and now book is unlike any resource out there. It truly provides great insight into what and how these people running Broadway are thinking. I recommend it for theatre professionals, or just the average theatre lover like myself!
"Recommended for anyone interested in Theater Management" I am a senior Arts Management Major at OCU and I got this book to help me with my end of year Production presentation. It is very helpful in teaching all of the aspects of production in a clever and creative way. I highly recommend it!
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