Bonus Post! Bonus Post! “Fellow Traveler” Newsletter Vol. 1 – January, 2020

Being a producer is about taste. Not necessarily good taste. But specific taste. To develop that taste, you need to first devour as much art as possible. It can be anything that interests you–books, plays, music, short stories, films, poems, articles, podcasts, tv, etc….Then, reflect on the art you’ve just consumed. Finally, and most importantly,Continue reading “Bonus Post! Bonus Post! “Fellow Traveler” Newsletter Vol. 1 – January, 2020″

Stand By Your Passion Project

Sometimes it’s hard to be a producer.Giving all your love to just one passion project.You’ll have bad timesAnd you’ll have good times, Doin’ things that you don’t understandBut if you love it you’ll forgive it,Even though it’s hard to understandAnd if you love it oh be proud of it,‘Cause after all it’s just a passion project StandContinue reading “Stand By Your Passion Project”

“Why’d You Get Into This?”

It’s a powerful question. Next time you’re talking to an artist friend or colleague or someone you’ve just met, slip that question into the conversation. Notice their reaction. Often they’ll stop dead in their tracks. Then, if they do come up with an answer, it’s usually fascinating. A story about their first time on stage.Continue reading ““Why’d You Get Into This?””

It’s Not Your Fault

It’s not your fault… …your computer crashed before you saved your script. …your lead actor won’t learn their lines. …your main funder backed out at the last minute. …your production designer is way late with their set. …your costume designer went way over budget. …your director won’t return your calls and texts. …your show didn’tContinue reading “It’s Not Your Fault”