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Join the community of passionate investors who bring the world’s greatest theatrical works to life.


There’s nothing quite like the thrill of live theater or the bright lights of Broadway. Investors on Broadway make these powerful, emotional, and entertaining experiences possible and make a visible contribution to the cultural landscape – all while meeting like-minded theater lovers, getting an exclusive view of the artistic and production process, and enjoying an array of financial and exclusive experiential rewards.

From a financial point of view, Broadway investments can be a rewarding part of a diversified portfolio. While Broadway shows are speculative endeavors with a level of risk comparable to most private equity ventures, they offer the potential for significant, long-term rewards. Broadway musicals make up many of the highest-grossing entertainment titles in history, whose investors have enjoyed ongoing revenue for decades after the initial production. And unlike many other private equity ventures, on a Broadway show your financial liability is limited to the amount you invest.

Investors on Broadway also enjoy an array of cultural and experiential benefits unique to this industry. The chance to attend exclusive parties and private events with Broadway artists, the pride of bringing friends and colleagues to see your show, and the pleasure of having the inside track on other upcoming productions – these are just a few of the additional perks of investing on Broadway.

As an investor, you can:

  • Participate in financial revenue from Broadway tickets sales, merchandising and cast albums, tours, and licensed media and stage productions.
  • Attend the opening night performance and afterparty with celebrity guests, industry professionals, and artists (sometimes even featuring exclusive private performances).
  • Access a show’s “house seats” (the best seats in the theater), at regular (non-premium) prices – even to “sold out” performances.
  • Go behind-the-scenes via private backstage tours, chances to meet and take photos with cast members, and more.
  • Get special swag and discounted merchandise.
  • Have the exclusive opportunity to invest in future productions of a show, like the US tours, which have less risk and, often, great rewards.
  • Secure early access to future investment opportunities on shows in the pipeline.

Investments on Broadway are generally open only to accredited investors.

An accredited investor, as defined by the SEC, includes anyone who:

  • earned income that exceeded $200,000 (or $300,000 together with a spouse or spousal equivalent) in each of the prior two years, and reasonably expects the same for the current year, OR
  • has a net worth over $1 million, either alone or together with a spouse or spousal equivalent (excluding the value of the person’s primary residence), OR
  • holds in good standing a Series 7, 65 or 82 license.

Certain trusts, investment entities and not-for-profit organizations also qualify. Learn more about accreditation here.


What is Invest on Broadway?

Invest on Broadway is an effort by industry veterans Seth A. Goldstein and Isaac Robert Hurwitz to help theater lovers become active participants in the creation of new productions and to help a diverse investor base access the opportunities Broadway can provide. With more than forty years of combined experience as operators and mentors in the industry, we share our extensive knowledge of the inner workings of this unique business with our investors, guiding them step-by-step through every phase of the process. And while we’ll happily advise on investment opportunities for any show, we leverage trusted relationships with some of the world’s most successful intellectual property owners to identify productions to offer to our investors, typically before they’ve been publicly announced.

Recent producing credits include Mrs. Doubtfire (Broadway, UK), The Lehman Trilogy (Broadway, Los Angeles), and the forthcoming Devil Wears Prada musical with music by Sir Elton John.


If you’d like to learn more about investing on Broadway or any of our projects, please fill out the form below and one of us will contact you shortly.