Broadway Global honors one Broadway Global Producer of the Year (BGPOY), each winner receives art for creating arts. Only four producer”s have been honored with the “Producer’s Puzzle” created by internationally acclaimed artist Steve Marshall. Each winner also receives the official BGPOY plaque. Past winners include Jordon Scott Gilbert (Ghost), Dale Badway (Pippin), Tom Kirdahy (Mothers and Sons) and Michael Alden (On The Town). This year nominees are coming from around the globe as Broadway has more than a dozen new shows that include producer’s who may still be nominated. Broadway Global accepts BGPOY nominees through social media or email: email@example.com. This year only a handful of producer’s will be nominated. In the past four years close to 80 nominees were accepted, but the goal is to cut BGPOY nominees in half.
As of today only three Broadway producers have been accepted as 2016 Broadway Global Producer of the Year Nominees, Corey Brunish (Fiddler On The Roof and Beautiful – as the Tony Award winning musical goes on national tour), Annette Niemtzow (working with Handspring Puppet Company of South Africa, the creators of War Horse on their next two projects, both musicals) and Ivy Yang (How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying – another global production that opened in China). Now that the new Broadway shows are about to open it’s time to take notes and submit your 2016 Broadway Global Producer nominees.
Broadway Global shares just a few of the most anticipated Broadway shows of this historic season. Dames at Sea opens in previews this evening. As the Broadway season sets sail with Dames At Sea there are a few standouts in the season that must be spotlighted. Dames At Sea stars Olivier Award winner Lesli Margherita (Zorro) and many of you enjoyed her outrageous performance as Mrs. Wormword where she just finished 1,0000 performances in Matilda. Now Lesli takes to the high seas with the most anticipated tap show of the Broadway Season, Dames At Sea. The musical classic opened off-Broadway so this production makes its’ Broadway debut!
Let us not forget The Color Purple starring Jennifer Hudson, Spring Awakening, Hamilton and Broadway classic Fiddler On The Roof which opens in November, so you can see this Broadway season is packed with box office hits. Topping the list is Allegiance, starring Broadway Global favorites Telly Leung (Godspell), Lea Salonga (Miss Saigon) and the debut performance of George Takai (Star Trek). The original musical shares George Takai’s true life through a Japanese American historic journey that is sure to break your hearts and box office records.
Two plays standout, one new production inspired by a hit movie and one classic, Misery starring Bruce Willis and Laurie Metcalf and Pulitzer Prize winning The Gin Game will star James Earl Jones and Cicely Tyson. Which plays or musicals top this Broadway season? Please share this article on your favorite social media forms. Don’t forget your favorite shows, stars and Broadway producers. You can post on www.facebook.com/groups/BroadwayGlobal. Also, Theatre Chat list over 30 City/State Theatre Chat groups each keeping artists employed and patrons informed, your comments may be spotlighted in our next examiner exclusive.
We mention just a handful of top Broadway shows, some are new and some classics. Keep in mind Broadway Global Producer of the Year Nominees must give back to not for profits, produce life changing stage works that leave a legacy, and must be accessible through social media. With only 40 Broadway theaters if producers are to educate through the live stage art, investments must keep the door open to new works, new investors from around the globe, and include diverse arts investors globally. The arts are the international language. This Broadway season shines with new works and classics! Broadway Global reminds voters, BGPOY nominees are accepted through social media www.facebook.com/groups/BroadwayGlobal or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note this year only a handful of producer’s will be accepted as nominees. All nominees will be announced by April 2016 with The Broadway Global Producer of the Year winner announced in June 2016.