@markharrisnyc for Vulture Magazine - "Privately, I’ve heard those in charge discuss everything from slashing prices dramatically in order to encourage full houses to actively discouraging full houses by selling only one-third of seats; my takeaway is simply that theater people are as baffled as the rest of us by what might come next." We… Continue reading Theatrical dreams in the time of Rona
"The idea is to work and to experiment. Some things will be creatively successful, some will succeed at the box office, and some will only - which is the biggest only - teach you things that see the future. And they're probably as valuable as any of your successes." - Hal Prince Ideas Need Human… Continue reading The Women’s Cycle: The Aftermath
Where Am I? When I was about seven years old my Mother asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up. At that age I was already writing stories, but II don' know that I realized it could be a profession until I was about eleven years old. I remember having a visual… Continue reading New Year, New Choices
The Fear Is Real My Brother and I were sitting in a Lyft car that was taking us to The Duplex on Sunday, January 21 at 4:30pm. While my Brother watched the football game on his telephone I was melting down on the inside. We crossed over to the FDR and I asked him if… Continue reading Dear Typecast 2018, THANK YOU!
I Can Do That Since I was in college I have wanted to produce. Producing always seemed like a daunting task bigger than I could comprehend. In order to squelch my fears the goal for many years had been to work in a production company so that I could learn the ropes. The opportunity to… Continue reading Who’s Behind The Photo?
Picking my battles I'm on Twitter pretty regularly which can sometimes be hazardous to my health. That said, this year has taught me to pick my battles. If I get angry about everything I'll have high blood pressure, my depression will spike and I won't be productive. Learning to pick my battles is hard for… Continue reading My Blogtober 2017 challenge
“If you hear my idea but don’t believe it, that’s not your fault; it’s mine. If you see my new product but don’t buy it, that’s my failure, not yours. If you attend my presentation and you’re bored, that’s my fault too."- excerpt from Seth Godin's book "Tribes" The Land of Misfit Toys A pseudonym… Continue reading Making A Podcast: Finding Our Audience
The Beginning is Near It is 2am on Monday. I'm sitting on my couch sweating because the laptop I've been working on for so long is burning my legs. It's overworked, I'm overworked. It has a fan, I have a fan. We are both still overheated and only half way though. There are hours of… Continue reading Making A Podcast: It’s Alive!
Quick Quick Slow...Quick Quick Slow With all of the recording sound issues we've had (and still have) the date to post came quicker than we thought. When Pamela and I first announced we were doing this, June felt like light years away. Here I am, typing this blog post on June 1st and I'm not… Continue reading Making A Podcast: Are we Ready?
"Remember Why You Started. Don't Give Up, Find A Way" - Unknown Testing...Testing...1,2,3 Sound. Turns out you need sound to have a podcast. See, we forgot this was our first rodeo when it comes to podcasting and we thought we had it in the bag. Well...we didn't. After recording two episodes for our focus group… Continue reading Making A Podcast: Oh the Mistakes You’ll Make!