Writing is such a personal, individual process and our writers each offer a unique insight into their own methods and creative outlook on an average day. Do they put pen to paper, or go straight to the computer? Do they need structure, or does a free, thought-flowing environment work best? Let’s find out! This week, … Continue reading Playwright Chronicles: A Day in the Life
1. Buy an extra larynx, just in case. If on a budget, make one using premium deli meat. 2. Periodically reconnect with the source material. Especially if the show is about dessert. 3. Switch costumes with someone weekly, as a sign of affection. You might be tempted to warn them but I say don’t.
When I first started coming to New York as a little girl, going to the theatre was truly an event. My mom, who was not one to dress up, would always put on a nice outfit and help me get ready. We would put on our Sunday best and walk to the theatre in the … Continue reading Theatre Etiquette 101
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