Mike Broemmel discusses how to be successful as a theatre company that produces new work. He talks in detail about how he first got people to attend shows, how it gives his company an edge in a competitive marketplace, and how producing plays about local figures fills seats.
Mike is an award-winning playwright, novelist, short fiction author, and an inspiring lecturer. Mike began his career in the political arena working in the White House Office of Media Relations during the administration of Ronald Reagan.
In the past decade, Mike has garnered attention for his compelling and at times controversial plays. A number of his plays have been produced across the U.S., including The Row, Goddess People, Taking Tea with the Ripper, and The Bonfils Girl.