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Producing 101

Producing 101 is a podcast where theatre producers share their insights from the field. You'll hear best practices, lessons learned, and the paths that producers have taken.

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Chris Armbrister

Chris Armbrister, Producing Artistic Director of Thin Air Theatre Company and Director of Theatrical Programming at Stagedoor Manor, speaks about his path to producing and season planning for a performing arts summer camp. If you'd like to learn more about Chris Armbrister and Stagedoor Manor, visit stagedoormanor.com.

39mins

5 Jun 2019

Rank #1

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Will Prather

Will Prather, Executive Producer and Co-Owner of Prather Productions, speaks about growing up in theatre and how hotel administration has influenced his producing and leadership style. If you'd like to learn more about Will Prather and Prather Productions, visit pratherproductions.com

43mins

22 May 2019

Rank #2

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Ginger Poole

Ginger Poole, Producing Artistic Director of Mill Mountain Theatre, speaks about her path to producing and the lessons she's learned along the way. In this episode, you'll hear Ginger speak about relationship building and how the community plays a vital role in season selection. If you'd like to learn more about Ginger Poole or Mill Mountain Theatre, visit millmountain.org

41mins

27 Apr 2019

Rank #3

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Art Koski

Art Koski, Broadway Investor, speaks about the financial process of getting a show on Broadway produced and the risks and rewards that come with investing. 

46mins

20 Apr 2019

Rank #4

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Ken Davenport

Ken Davenport, Broadway Producer, speaks about how he came to find himself in a producers role and the lessons that he's learned in his career. In this podcast, you'll hear how Ken thinks about the patrons experience from the time they buy their ticket to long after the curtain falls. In addition to wearing a producing hat, Ken also producers the Producer's Perspective, a blog and podcast on producing theatre. If you'd like to learn more about Ken Davenport and Davenport Theatrical Enterprises, visit http://www.davenporttheatrical.com or https://www.theproducersperspective.com. 

26mins

14 Apr 2019

Rank #5