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In this episode of the podcast, we speak with Vivak Tiwary about his journey from business school to producing Broadway musicals and working with artists like Greenday, Alanis Morisette and many others. 


  • The cultural conflict of doing what you love versus doing what’s practical 
  • Why unorthodox paths are inherently difficult 
  • How Vivek used Brian Epstein’s life story to serve as a mentor for his career 
  • A look at the Broadway production of Greenday’s American Idiot 
  • Making the choices that allow for a profitable expression of art and commerce. 
  • How technology changes the entire creative process 
  • Lessons in creativity from the production of a Broadway Musical 


If your dream’s are unorthodox be prepared to work your ass off. 


The Fifth Beatle 

Vivek’s TEDX talk 

Tiwary Entertainment Group


Vivek J. Tiwary is a #1 New York Times bestselling author, a Tony Award-winning Broadway producer, and the founder of multi-platform arts and entertainment company Tiwary Entertainment Group.

Originally aired almost 2 years ago.

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