(CelebrityAccess MediaWire) – After 27 years of bringing Broadway shows to Louisville, Kentucky, Bradley Broecker has decided to leave his position at Clear Channel Entertainment.
Broecker is currently senior vice president of the North American Theatrical Division for the company. His duties will reportedly be divided among other Clear Channel employees.
He was instrumental in presenting Broadway touring productions in 53 markets over his career, since helping to form the Broadway Series Management Group in 1984, according to the Louisville Courier-Journal. The organization joined with PACE Entertainment of Houston, which was later purchased by SFX Entertainment, which was in turn acquired by Clear Channel.
Although he has not made his future plans clear, Broecker will remain as president of the Louisville Theatrical Association, a local non-profit board that works with Clear Channel and holds the lease with the Kentucky Center. Broecker has led the association since 1980. –by CelebrityAccess Staff Writers