I was struggling with the tone of a show I was working on several years back . . . the audience just wasn’t getting on our journey fast enough. It took them too long to figure out what we were trying to do.
I actually felt like it was pretty clear once you got [...]
And I answered, “What style?”
Like a fashion style, I don’t think one wakes up and says, “This is how I’m going to produce,” or “This is how I’m going to write,” or “This is [...]
Good question, right?
Well, I’ve got a bunch of thoughts on the subject, but I thought I’d leave this question to an expert.
Oh Elia? Elia Kazan? Can you take this one?
Last month I wrote about a blog about writing tips and repurposed eight great ones from Kurt Vonnegut. Judging from the [...]
When I started producing Off Broadway in 2004, it was a challenging landscape.
With hard work, “a little bit of luck,” and a lot of guidance from experts in the field, I managed to make it work.
Nine years later, the landscape has gotten even rockier. Which is why if you’re looking to produce a [...]
Alright, let’s talk about how we can do some damage and start to take back our discounts! (Insert revolutionary cheers and french people waving flags and putting up barricades here.)
Yesterday we talked about how the discount sites are beating shows to the box office, because of the modern consumer’s desire for a [...]
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