Over five years ago, I started podcasting. And it instantly allowed me to connect with more theatergoers than ever. I thought it might be a fad. But nope. (Clubhouse – now that’s a fad.)
Podcasts are here to stay. In fact, I not only host my own, but I also listen to about a dozen, on all sorts of subjects that I want to improve in my life . . . from golf to parenting to investing in real estate (gotta do something a little less risky than the theater to keep myself diversified, right?).
Because they’ve been so helpful to me, and because I’ve gotten great feedback on my podcast, I charged my team at The TheaterMakers Studio to start one as well!
This one has a very clear and specific focus.
It’s a podcast solely for people who want to make theater. It’s . . . well . . . The TheaterMakers Podcast!
So if you’re a writer, producer, director who wants specific, actionable tips and strategies on how you can make more theater, better theater, and make it all more efficiently (translation – cheaper and faster), then this podcast is for you.
Upcoming episodes include info on:
- How to obtain the rights to a novel, movie or song catalog
- Creating a memorable elevator pitch
- Fighting writer’s block
- Writing a one-person show and why everyone should have one
- The different types of Broadway producers and how to decide who is best for you
- And more!
New episodes will debut every Tuesday at 9am ET/6am PT.
Enjoy it . . .