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Commitment size

Not everyone’s ready to book us immediately. They might be ready for a small commitment. Here are some commitments that are possible from an email in order of magnitude for most people….

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Q&A : producing a ticketed show

questions: venue size and selling out THANKS!!! So I’m producing a dazzling and beautiful multi-disciplinary short show at The Broadwater in Hollywood (4-19 and 4-20 in the evening exact time tbd) as well as a family friendly matinee 4-21 at 2pm and 2:45 pm (location tbd probably Pan Pacific Park). It is a 99 seat Q&A : producing a ticketed show

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The new scot

I’m hungry for more showbiz impact! Who wants to help me? Ever wondered if I’m still hitting the stage with live shows or if Scot Nery’s Boobietrap is making a comeback? I’ve shifted gears to play a bigger game in entertainment. It’s not just about my spotlight anymore; it’s about lighting up the stage for The new scot

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The gig entertainer ramp

I made a tool for gig entertainers so they could get more of the gigs they want. It’s awesome and has helped folks make more money and do more fulfilling work already. It’s called the Gig Entertainer Ramp Originally, it was called the Gig Entertainer Survival Kit 2024. i wanted to change the name to The gig entertainer ramp

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More Ticket Revenue

I’ve been having a bunch of candid conversations with people who are trying to sell more tickets or get more attendance at things. I’ve gained a lot of insight on what’s working and what’s not working in this new post-COVID, pre-AI world. The basic thing is that people are more picky about doing only the More Ticket Revenue

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The Making of the Gig Entertainer Survival Kit: Real Stories, Real Triumphs

In the world of gig entertainment, every performer’s journey is littered with both landmines and goldmines. It’s a path I’ve walked, and I’ve seen many of you tread it too. The Gig Entertainer Survival Kit isn’t just a toolkit; it’s a testament to our collective stories – the gritty, the triumphant, and everything in between. The Making of the Gig Entertainer Survival Kit: Real Stories, Real Triumphs

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Not an instagator

We feel that we don’t really start important projects on our own. We feel that, we start something and if it’s just up to us, we’ll get off track. This could be a fear that comes up for us in working on our own projects.  This is probably a challenge for 100% of people.  Some Not an instagator

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