The shows we are involved in are typically privately funded and are not open publicly. These shows are not publicly traded, like many other private companies. Rather, a new company entity is typically set up for each show, and shares of the company may be available to potential investors to buy into. On occasion, we review opportunities which are open to new investors.
Along with the shares, investors in Broadway may also get fun perks, including opening night tickets, opening night party, invitations to see developmental productions of the show, opportunity to see other shows in development, meet and greets, exclusive merchandise, and more. Sometimes, opportunities to invest in other productions may also arise, like in national tours, and international runs of the show, or other shows from co-producers.
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