Garth Drabinsky and his business partner Myron Gottlieb, the principals behind the bankrupt Broadway production company Livent, were both sentenced to several years in prison for their roles in a massive accounting and fraud scheme that reportedly bilked theater investors of hundreds of millions of dollars, according to Reuters. Drabinsky received a seven-year sentence, Gottlieb six years. The company was the force behind Broadway musicals “Ragtime” and the revival of “Showboat.”