Why You Need to Read to Write

There’s no question that writing more often makes you a better writer.   Especially when that’s writing for an audience, any audience, no matter if they are in a theater, or even online. (Want some personal proof?  Go back and ready some of my first blogs from almost 10 years ago . . . and read …

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Stretch Yourself for Success!

Hey Writers! I’m a big fan of stretchin’ my own creative muscles, and I encourage artists to do the same.   Painters should try a little sculpting.  Stage actors should try a little film work.   And playwrights should try writing for other mediums as well.   Not only does trying something different exercise and …

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Where the next Hamilton is coming from.

If you’re a follower of my blog, then you know I watch trends like a hawk who has been hired to be a lookout by another hawk.   And that’s why I had to tell you something I just realized about ideas, and where I think the idea for the next big fat Hamiltonian-sized hit …

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