Hamilton: Difference Between Broadway And Hollywood Cinema
It’s not as simple as one is racist and the other is not. It comes from the fundamental way the system is created. It comes down to audience, and what that audience encourages. I spoke to Tom Bryant who is an expert on Broadway business. Tom is Director of the theater department at Crafton Hills Community College, and has worked in Los Angeles and New York as a Dramaturge. To start with, he explained that Broadway has a much more affluent audience. To go to a Broadway musical tickets can cost upwards of $200. Even Off Broadway tickets are $50 at least. People who can regularly go and see plays are not only living in a richer area close to nice theaters, but are also making enough income to spend hundreds on tickets. Even for community theater, many patrons are subscribed to their local theatre company’s season, which can be fairly expensive. One does not pay such a large sum of money for just any old play. One expects a deeply touching and truly amazing piece.