Frequently Asked Questions

Does my Broadway investment in a show also include an investment into the National Tour, London and other subsequent productions?

The original Broadway company (and therefore its investors) receive the benefit of royalties as the show is licensed to tours and all subsequent productions such as regional theatres and high schools. 

 

The investor on the Broadway show also typically receives a right (but not an obligation) to invest in the National Tour, London and occasionally other first class productions.  The amount of investment you are entitled to is pro rata to your original investment, meaning that if you had invested $25,000 into a Broadway show with a Budget of $20m, and if the National Tour costs $10m, then you would have a right to invest $12,500 into the National Tour.