Friday, March 28, 2014

HOW TO KEEP THE LIGHTS ON BROADWAY: An educational evening about investing in the theatre.

reporter: Miguel Dominguez

Lauren Garzon, Manager of Residential Services at the St. Regis Hotel, with Helen Kim of HK & CO.,
Richard A. Roth, and Ken Davenport

On March 5, Broadway producers Ken Davenport and Richard A. Roth, producers of the Tony Award winning musical, Kinky Boots, shared their methodologies about investing in Broadway shows while guests sipped cocktails and ate delectable hors d'oeuvres in a suite at the St. Regis Hotel.

Roy Putrino with Richard, and name shy friend on the left 

Wendy and Frank Wetchler with Ellen Smith Israelson of the Jewish Communal Fund

Scott Burns and Helen

Joseph Dionne and Catherine Cantrell

Following this insiders educational presentation, everyone moved on to the Al Hirshfeld Theater where guests enjoyed a performance of KINKY BOOTS from the vantage point of a much sought-after House Seat. Immediately following the conclusion of the show a number of cast members came out for a TalkBack, allowing the guests to ask their burning questions.

Rush Kress and Kim Oler

Cheryl Lexton and Sue Schapiro

Lauren with art consultant Joyce Towbin Chasan of Artsource International

Richard with wife Mara and son Oliver

Richard and Ken, who made 'Kinky Boots' possible

This educational gathering was produced by HK & Co., a problem solving life and business management firm for family offices, high net worth individuals and their trusted advisors. They create strategies and aligned events for trusted advisors which have proven to increase client acquisition and improve client retention, and also offer time sensitive information and educational live and online events for family offices, individuals of high net worth and their advisors.

To see a related article on 'Kinky Boots', CLICK HERE.

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