A Conversation with The Museum of Broadway’s Diane Nicoletti

When I was a little girl, I used to lock myself in my room and sing and dance and pretend I was in a Broadway show. Sitting down with the Museum of Broadway’s Co-Founder Diane Nicoletti and hearing her story and then and touring the museum gave me that same sense of childlike wonder. It truly reminded me why I love the theater so much and gave me such mad respect for the storytellers on and off the stage. Hear my conversation with Nicoletti. Keep following this website in the coming days for my tips and tricks for visiting the Museum of Broadway.

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About the Guest

Diane Nicoletti is a creative director, producer and entrepreneur.  For two decades she has produced some of the biggest events and fan experiences including The Game of Thrones Fan Experience, Gretzky’s Retirement Gala, and brand activations at Super Bowl, Comic-Con, CES and SXSW.  As the founder of the award-winning experiential marketing agency Rubik Marketing, she has had the privilege of working on beloved properties including Game of Thrones, Deadpool, Frozen, Hotel Transylvania, Dumbo, Shark Tank, The Muppets, How To Train Your Dragon, American Horror Story, Ghostbusters, HGTV and Food Network, among others.  She loves the art of visual storytelling through immersive concepts, steeped in art and pop culture, with a simple underlining mission to spread joy.  

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