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Program Information

Program name: Broadway ~ From Back Row to Backstage
Program category: History
Performing Arts- Theater
Program length: 1 hour and 30 minutes
Audience level: Adult
Audience size: any
Program description: "During this interactive presentation, theatre enthusiast Brian Stoll will discuss all things Broadway beginning with the history and importance of the Broadway Playbill. He will share his extensive collection of autographed Playbills and other theatre memorabilia. Lastly, Brian will share with you several money-saving tips on how to see Broadway shows for under $50." I bring with me my entire autographed Playbill collection (which continues to grow) as well as theatre memorabilia and antique Playbills for the audience to peruse. I personally have seen over 150 Broadway productions and rarely pay more than $50 a ticket!
Space/special requirements: A bunch of tables, chairs, setup to display a PowerPoint Presentation from my laptop.
Travel restrictions: To Be Discussed.
Program fee: $201- $350
Is this fee negotiable? Yes
Mileage included? Yes
Notes about the fee: No additional Fees. The fee varies of course by distance needed to travel.
Other notes:
Regions this program
can be performed in:
South Central
Capital District
North Country
Long Island
Program last updated: 02/09/2018
Performer Information (see all of this performer's programs)
Performer name: Brian Stoll
Phone: 6313271873
Mailing address: 700 Pat Drive
West Islip, NY 11795
E-mail address:
Previous appearances at: Smithtown Public LIbrary, West Babylon Public Library, Port Washington Public Library, Port Jefferson Public LIbrary, Deer Park Public Library
Contact information for New York State Public Libraries
Performer information last updated: 02/09/2018


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