Discussion in 'Great Skate Debate' started by cocovica, Aug 16, 2012.
This is not the first Kings on Ice show to have problems recently. There was the mega-show back in December that was canned too.
I think Plushy needs to find himself some new promoters for KOI. It's got the potential to be a great show, but recently it's just been trouble. And I'm sure the last thing he wants is any fans getting ripped off over it.
But I must say the whole thing confuses me. Posters, a ticketer selling tickets, promotion on his official website - someone in his camp definitely thought this was going ahead. I wonder if there was some kind of miscommunication with the venue?
Hope anyone who's bought tickets can get their money back. Or a show goes ahead.
None of that makes sense to me.
Nor to me. Nor to Plushy, I'll bet.
I really dont find Zakarian such a great manager to start with, he has done some good shows but he has also done many fouls and is irresponsible.
This one seems to say that there was a "verbal agreement" of sorts, but nothing finalized, and the promoter just jumped the gun on advertising before the contract was complete.
I think Plush needs to hire more disciplined agent, or Zakarian should hire a disciplined subordinate. Kings on Ice is very attractive... If it had many problems so far, that's a waste
Figure skater Evgeni Plushenko continues to train hard amid crazy rumors
The promoter and agent should work diligently for skater and audience
I guess rumors are always there to cling on successful people
If there were no tickets to sell and no ice time, why was there an add even for one day?
Because of "verbal agreement" (<- according to the organizer)?
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