Monthly Archives: August 2011

Getting my play produced, #24: what’s in it for distilleries

I took a little vacation Normally, I try to post twice a week. But last Thursday, I took the day off and went for a hike at Twin Falls, about 45 minutes east of Seattle on I-90. I hiked up … Continue reading

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My artist’s statement for the Seattle Rep playwrights fellowship

Seattle Rep is starting a playwriting fellowship: http://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/NewPlays/Writers.aspx?utm_source=wordfly&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=PRESSWritersGroup I tell you, writing my artist’s statement was like taking out my appendix with a cafe latte and a flea comb.  My friend and colleague Mari Geasair helped aka bullied me through the … Continue reading

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Getting my play produced, #23: being ready for distilleries’ questions

Questions I should be ready for I want to be ready to answer questions distilleries might have, so I spent some time thinking about what they might be and how I would answer them. What kind of space will you … Continue reading

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Getting my play produced, #22: budget for a distillery tour, v2

A budget for the Distillery Tour — version 2 I talked to my friend and colleague Mari Geasair, an actor and director who is part of http://www.artsmarketingresults.com/, about my budget. She gave me some good suggestions. First, do 60/40 split, with … Continue reading

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I want to audition for something

I haven’t acted a lot in the past while, I’ve been so busy writing.  I miss it.  I love being on another side of a production. Now there’s this theater here in Seattle that’s doing The Revenger’s Tragedy, and I really … Continue reading

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