Monthly Archives: July 2011

Getting my play produced, #21: e-mail I sent to Trinity Rep

The e-mail I wrote to the literary manager at Trinity Rep Thank you for your feedback.  I’m sorry to hear that Trinity Rep isn’t interested in my play, but I appreciate very much your taking some time to give me … Continue reading

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Getting my play produced, #21: response from Trinity Rep

Trinity Rep sent me a nice e-mail I got a nice e-mail today from Trinity Rep, the theater I sent the follow-up letter to. The literary manager said a bunch of nice things, lots of nice compliments, which I’m especially … Continue reading

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Taking a break, working on a new play

I’m writing scenes of my newest play, about the dot-com industry, getting them ready to have actor friends of mine over to read them and give me feedback. I’m getting feedback much earlier in my process this time, which is … Continue reading

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Getting my play produced, #20: checking out distilleries

A walking tour of some distilleries After spending so much time with numbers and the budget for my last post, I decided to do something fun. I went for a walk near where I live, and checked out two distilleries. … Continue reading

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Getting my play produced, #19: budget for a distillery tour

A budget for the Distillery Tour Doing budgets is not my most favorite thing in the world. Is it anyone’s? 🙂 Expenses I want to pay everyone involved, including me, because I think it’s fair to pay everyone. So before … Continue reading

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Getting my play produced, #18: figuring out a distillery tour

Finding distilleries who would like a reading I’ve said this before, and I’ll say it again: the Internet is a wonderful thing. After a bunch of googling, I’ve found 12 distilleries within a 45 minute drive of downtown Seattle. Some … Continue reading

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