A leading risk advisor and insurance broker for theatre, Marsh presents an insurance seminar tailored for the industry on Jan. 16.
Titled "How To Collect Star Insurance Claims Without Litigation," the luncheon event takes place from 12:30 - 2:30 PM at the Crown Plaza's second floor Broadway Grill, located at 1605 Broadway (at W. 49 St.).
Producers and general managers are expected to benefit from a discussion centered on "the issues surrounding insurance for the theatre-- specifically nonappearance insurance, which is used to compensate producers for lost revenue in the event that a star misses performances." The seminar will provide guidance on planning and choosing insurance for theatre.
Marsh clients include The Music Man, Cabaret, The Producers, 42nd Street, The Phantom of the Opera, Les Misérables, The Rocky Horror Show, Mama Mia! Follies, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and other shows. Marsh's Le Conte Moore moderates the discussion and closing remarks will be made by David Taylor of Gaebel Watkins and Taylor.
Panel members include general manager Robert Cole; Holt, UK managing director Victor Broad; Marsh arts and media group senior vice president Robert Boyar; Marsh's managing director (London) Philip Turner; general manager for Stones in his Pockets and The Dinner Party Abbie Strassler; and Maxson Young Associates, Inc. claims adjuster Ian Galloway. For information on the invitation-only seminar call (212) 345-6607.
—By Murdoch McBride