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re: which is why the terms "hit" and especially "flop" as originally defined make no sense in modern broadway.
Posted by: ryhog 10:25 pm EDT 10/12/21
In reply to: re: which is why the terms "hit" and especially "flop" as originally defined make no sense in modern broadway. - Chazwaza 09:43 pm EDT 10/12/21

I'm not sure what's tired about saying that you shouldn't misappropriate words instead of choosing available ones but I'll yawn if it makes you happier.

On non-profits, whether a show extends or transfers misses the point. Shows are budgeted (expenses, ticket revenue, and contributed funds if you are lucky) and need to hit certain targets. Non-profits still have to cover costs or suffer the consequences. Whether you call it a flop or a dud or something else, the "idea" of a non-profit is not to lose money.

I'm happy to discuss this with you more, in a non-snarky way, if you want to flesh this subject out any more.
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