For everyone in the biz, the day after the Tonys is a busy one, especially if you have a new show running. Wraps are analyzed, new ads are placed, closing notices are prepped . . . and all through the fog of a few hours sleep and a Broadway-sized hangover.
Whether or not I [...]
He’s ferociously talented. He’s ferocious about speaking his mind.
Maestro Marc has been involved with a few online public debates over the years . . . I’ve agreed with him on some . . . and not on others . . . but [...]
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 [...]
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