Monthly Archives: February 2012

Getting my play produced, #41: one possible theater is… out of business?

Playing Detective I had a theater in mind to send “Lessons from Moonshine” to: 11:11 Theatre. They sounded perfect for my play: they’re in Boston, a heavily Catholic city, and… well, there were some other reasons, but when I tried … Continue reading

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Getting my play produced, #40: moving on: a winery tour

And Then There Were None Two weeks ago, I sent that contract to the one distillery that was still e-mailing me about the distillery tour. After a week, when I hadn’t heard back from them, I sent them a follow-up … Continue reading

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Getting my play produced, #39: drawing up an agreement

Do Contracts Make You Nervous? I’ve been drawing up an agreement (contract) for the production at the distillery. I’m actually a mediator, as well as playwright, so I have a lot of experience writing durable agreements. But boy, did I … Continue reading

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