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GODSPELL To Be Studied at CTI Producing Conference, 4/20-22


The Commercial Theater Institute's (CTI) upcoming 3-Day Producing Conference will take place April 20 - April 22, 2012. The 31st Annual 3-Day intensive features a panel of top Broadway producers offering practical information of interest to prospective producers, general managers, and investors.

For the first time ever, CTI has chosen to focus the majority of the weekend's sessions on a single currently running Broadway show, giving attendees the unique opportunity to get an in-depth understanding of the development of a theatrical production from its earliest stages.

Covering all of its traditional topics and curriculum, the conference this year will utilize the revival of GODSPELL -- the beloved musical from Stephen Schwartz, the Grammy and Academy Award-winning composer of Wicked -- as the framework for this detailed case study.

Sessions will consist of presentations and panel discussions with the show's producers, general managers, attorneys, designers, actors, marketing and advertising teams and many others. Registrants will be encouraged to attend the show over the course of the weekend and will receive a special ticket offer. The conference takes place over three days with all sessions taking place at the Snapple Theater Center (210 West 50th Street).

"GODSPELL is thrilled to be part of one of CTI's most beloved programs. Our show's unique history and structure will offer students a wonderful perspective on producing," says GODSPELL producer Ken Davenport.

"What an exciting chance to re-think this classic weekend seminar. We are so grateful to the GODSPELL team for joining us in this cornerstone industry course," says Jed Bernstein, Executive Director of CTI.

For more information and to register visit The price is $364 if you register by March 20, or for alumni and members of The Broadway League, TDF, or Union members; and $455 for registrations after March 20. There will also be a $250 registration for qualified students.

The Commercial Theater Institute, now in its 31st year, is a project of Theatre Development Fund (TDF) and The Broadway League. Dedicated to training the next generation of commercial theatre producers, CTI provides resources and guidance to individuals interested in the various paths one can take towards creating commercial productions for the stage.

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