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MAXOLEV PRODUCTIONS
ANNOUNCES ONLINE INVESTMENT PLATFORM FOR BROADWAY SHOWS
OFFERING EQUITY INVESTMENTS IN THE UPCOMING BROADWAY REVIVAL OF ON THE TOWN BEGINNING AT $10,000
PLATFORM AIMS TO EXPAND THE COMMUNITY OF BROADWAY INVESTORS

(New York, NY – August 13, 2014Maxolev Productions (led by Howard & Janet Kagan) is proud to announce the launch of a new online investment platform (www.invest.maxolev.com) offering equity in Broadway productions, beginning with the upcoming revival of ON THE TOWN. Utilizing recent changes in SEC regulations related to the JOBS Act, the platform is designed to offer accredited investors* from across the country an opportunity to become Broadway investors.  Maxolev Productions has reserved a portion of the offering of the capitalization of ON THE TOWN for accredited investors using this platform.

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On the town

ON THE TOWN

ANNOUNCES COMPLETE CASTING

MICHAEL RUPERT

ALLISON GUINN

PHILLIP BOYKIN

AND

STEPHEN DEROSA

JOIN THE CREW

PREVIEWS BEGIN SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2014
OPENING NIGHT IS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2014
AT BROADWAY’S LYRIC THEATRE

WATCH THE CAST OF ON THE TOWN
GO ON LOCATION IN NEW YORK CITY:

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, IT’S A HELLUVA TOWN

Get On the Town Tickets

(August 4, 2014 – New York, New York) Producers Howard and Janet Kagan have announced complete casting for the new revival of ON THE TOWNthe musical-comedy love letter to New York City opening on Broadway this fall. Directed by John Rando (Tony Award® for Urinetown) and choreographed by Joshua Bergasse (Emmy Award winner for "Smash") ON THE TOWN is set to begin previews on Saturday, September 20, 2014 and officially opens on Thursday, October 16, 2014 at Broadway’s Lyric Theatre (213 W 42nd St, New York, NY 10036). Tickets for the new Broadway revival of ON THE TOWN are on sale now and available at Ticketmaster.com.

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JACKIE HOFFMAN

HOPS ON BOARD BROADWAY’S

ON THE TOWN

 SCROLL DOWN TO WATCH THE CAST OF ON THE TOWN
GO ON LOCATION IN NEW YORK CITY

Get On the Town Tickets

(July 31, 2014 – New York, New York) Producers Howard & Janet Kagan are proud to announce that Jackie Hoffman (Xanadu, Hairspray, The Addams Family) will join the upcoming Broadway revival of ON THE TOWN as “Madame Dilly.” Directed by John Rando (Tony Award® for Urinetown) and choreographed by Joshua Bergasse (Emmy Award winner for "Smash") ON THE TOWN is set to begin previews on Saturday, September 20, 2014 and officially opens on Thursday, October 16, 2014 at Broadway’s Lyric Theatre (213 W 42nd St, New York, NY 10036). Tickets for the new Broadway revival of ON THE TOWN are on sale now and available at Ticketmaster.com.

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ON THE TOWN 

ANNOUNCES CASTING OF ITS THREE SAILORS

 

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   TONY YAZBECK,
JAY ARMSTRONG JOHNSON,
AND CLYDE ALVES

WILL SING AND DANCE THEIR WAY THROUGH 
NEW YORK, NEW YORK (IT'S A HELLUVA TOWN!)

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“New York, New York, It’s A Helluva Town!”

ON THE TOWN

With Music By LEONARD BERNSTEIN
Book and Lyrics by BETTY COMDEN and ADOLPH GREEN
and Based on an Idea by JEROME ROBBINS

WILL RETURN TO BROADWAY IN OCTOBER 2014
AT THE NEWLY RENOVATED LYRIC THEATRE
ON 42nd STREET (formerly the Foxwoods Theatre)

IN A NEW PRODUCTION

Directed By Tony Award® Winner
JOHN RANDO (Urinetown, A Christmas Story)

With Choreography By Emmy Award® Winner
JOSHUA BERGASSE (NBC’s “Smash”)

(New York, New York – March 6, 2014) Producers Howard & Janet Kagan (Pippin, The Gershwins’ Porgy & Bess) are proud to announce that a new Broadway revival of ON THE TOWN– the musical-comedy love letter to New York City – will open in October 2014 at the Lyric Theatre. This year marks the 70th anniversary of the opening of this iconic musical comedy created by the legendary creative team of Leonard Bernstein, Betty Comden, Adolph Green, and Jerome Robbins. The Lyric Theatre will be reopened after a renovation being completed by its new owners, Ambassador Theatre Group. This historic theater at the crossroads of 42nd Street and Times Square was created from a combination of the original Apollo Theater, and the original Lyric Theatre that stood on the site, and the facade of which still stands on 42nd and 43rd Streets.

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