Monthly Archives: April 2012

Brilliant suggestions for getting useful and painless feedback

Richard Toscan, who wrote “Playwriting Seminars 2.0,” posted on LinkedIn some suggestions for getting useful and painless feedback.  They’re so good, I asked him for permission to post them here. This is an excerpt from the section “Reading Your Audience.” Phase … Continue reading

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If you hate feedback (talkback) sessions, try this

Some People Really Hate Feedback Sessions I’ve been part of a discussion on feedback (talkback) sessions on LinkedIn. I’m astonished and dismayed at how much some people hate feedback sessions. I can’t help thinking that people hate them because they … Continue reading

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How I got good feedback for a living-room reading of “Transplanted in Mississippi”

Last Saturday, I had some actors come over and read the latest draft of my play “Transplanted in Mississippi.” This is the one I had the reading of last November. It is really REALLY close to being ready to send … Continue reading

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