BY TOPIC: issues | dance | ideas | media | music | people | publishing | theatre | visual | about | classifieds | advertise | AJ Blogs | links | video | home

AJ your way: headlines | front page | classic | previous days | rss

Broadway's Annual Traffic Jam - Does It Make Any Sense?
"Every year, shows that might otherwise have had a chance to run end up folding early because they get lost in the shuffle; the downside of relying on Tony nominations as a primary marketing tool is that if a show doesn't get a few nods, it's time to pull the plug. But shows need time to develop an audience, and that comes -- sorry, critics -- primarily from good word of mouth." NPR 06/09/13
Posted June 10, 2013 01:25 PM

Email to a Friend
Email this entry to:

Your email address:

Message (optional):