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Broadway Biz with Hal Luftig

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If it takes a village to raise a child, it takes an army, a peace corps, and a village to birth a Broadway show. Tony and Olivier Award-winning producer Hal Luftig ( Kinky Boots , Plaza Suite, and many more) has had successes, failures, and everything in between. Now, with humor and heart, he sits down weekly with a different artist, expert, or industry leader to chat about every step and specialty in the process that gets a show from idea to audience.

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Episodes

#13 - How Do You Take a Broadway Show on the Road? with Stephen Lindsay and Brett Sirota

#13 – How Do You Take a Broadway Show on the Road? with Stephen Lindsay and Brett Sirota

What a detailed conversation today with Stephen Lindsay and Brett Sirota, co-founders of The Road Company. Stephen and Brett lay the groundwork for building and planning a tour and map out their own journeys to becoming bookers. This is an essential conversation for understanding how producing extends beyond ...
#12 - Is the Musical on the Rise in Korea? with Yoonha Choi

#12 – Is the Musical on the Rise in Korea? with Yoonha Choi

What an incredible conversation with Korean Producer Yoonha Choi! As head of international producing operations for CJ ENM’s performing arts department, Yoonha has overseen a Korean production of Kinky Boots, which successfully ran during the COVID pandemic. Yoonha also shares how Kinky’s popularity has impacted the musical theatre ...
Broadway Biz with Hal Luftig - #11 - Is Theatre on the Verge of a Renaissance? with Jeffrey Finn

#11 – Is Theatre on the Verge of a Renaissance? with Jeffrey Finn

It was such a treat to sit down with Jeffrey Finn, the Vice President of Theater Producing and Programming at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. As the curator, commissioner, producer and presenter of all aspects of the theater for the "Cadillac" of institutions, he ...
Broadway Biz with Hal Luftig - #10 - How Does Theatre Connect Communities? with Colleen Jennings-Roggensack

#10 – How Does Theatre Connect Communities? with Colleen Jennings-Roggensack

Colleen Jennings-Roggensack, arts leader and visionary, is Vice President for Cultural Affairs for Arizona State University and Executive Director of ASU Gammage. In this inspiring and warm conversation, Colleen speaks with Hal about the safety measures she’s implementing for ASU’s audiences, the educational and outreach programs she is ...
Broadway Biz with Hal Luftig - #9 - Why is Theatre More Important Now Than Ever? with Victoria Bailey

#9 – Why is Theatre More Important Now Than Ever? with Victoria Bailey

Victoria Bailey, Executive Director of the Theatre Development Fund (TDF), speaks with Hal about making the arts welcoming for all audiences. She and Hal discuss the beauty of a child’s first visit to Broadway, how producers can support contemporary American playwrights, and the healing power of storytelling. Victoria ...
Broadway Biz with Hal Luftig - #8 - How Does Theatre Become Part of Culture? with Mike Isaacson

#8 – How Does Theatre Become Part of Culture? with Mike Isaacson

Mike Isaacson, artistic director and executive producer of the iconic MUNY in St. Louis, shares his producing philosophy. From his beginnings as a theatre critic to the Broadway stage, Mike chats with Hal about his key to success, the importance of giving young artists command of the stage, ...

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