On June 3rd I was able to do an interview with the cast of The Jester. I loved getting to interact with them a bit and getting to know them better.
New works, like The Jester, are my passion. It’s always fun to produce the classics, but it’s important to remember that the classics were once new works too.
The world was introduced to the Bechdel Test in 1985. It was initially created as a way to measure films by three criteria. In 2021, I’m adapting it and applying it to another art form.
I didn’t get a chance to write a lot of script reviews this month. I was able to start reading some musical books that have started gathering dust on my bookshelf though. Here we go!
It might seem a little bit outdated, but I want to take a minute to recognize some scripts that I read for the Bay Area Playwrights Festival that really stood out to me.
It’s going to take a lot for me to get back in the groove of things as theatre begins to open back up and I begin to find work again.
I read a lot of scripts. It’s what I have to do. It’s what I love to do. It’s about time I start writing some script reviews.
It’s been a while since I’ve done a favorites list so in honor of one of my favorite people (my mama) and Mother’s Day, here are some of my mother-daughter favorites.
Is filming in front of a live studio audience a form of theatre?
I hope you enjoyed the Performance of Sports series. It’s something that I’ve been thinking about for a while and I really enjoyed writing it.
Front Row Reviewers
4th Wall Dramaturgy
Quail Bell Magazine
LMDA: Dramaturging the Phoenix
SUU Arts Administration Capstone: Master of Arts Blog
It Takes a Village in Idaho Blog
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