Getting my play produced #29: printing the letters to distilleries

The Gregory Awards in Seattle

Tonight was the Gregory Awards ceremony here in Seattle. This is the third year we’ve gathered together to celebrate the glories of theater in this area, and admire how gorgeous we all are when we clean up. ūüôā

It was a lovely evening. Thank you to everybody who worked so hard to put all together.

The Letters to the Distilleries

This afternoon, I printed out the letters to the distilleries. Some of them, I had to do a lot of detective work to figure out who to address my letter to. I really appreciate the distilleries who made it easy for me to look at their Web site and find names and addresses.

I also printed out the envelopes — thank goodness for mail merge.

I can’t believe I’m actually doing this. I’ve produced shows before, but this is a new venture. Partnering with businesses to produce an evening of entertainment for their benefit — this is a step up.

Tomorrow I have to go to the post office and buy some stamps.



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