For Producers Only. (Quick favor needed.)
This one is for Producers. Only.
Whether you’re a Producer (or want to be) of other people’s work.
Or whether you’re a Producer (or want to be) of your own work.
This one is for you.
If you are not a Producer or never, ever, want to be, you can stop reading now.
Ok? Just us Producers now? Good.
See, I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about Producing Theater lately. Yep, even more than usual. That means, I’m not doing much of anything else these days!
I started this blog 14 freakin’ years ago with the goal of helping people produce shows (whether their own or other people’s). And now, we’re at such a pivotal point in the history of producing, with so many questions floating around out there, I am going back to those roots. But with a new producer’s perspective, if you will.
Here’s where you come in.
I have an idea on how I can help break down what I believe is the best way to produce theatre in the 21st century and beyond. But before I put it together, I wanted to ask you just TWO questions so I can make sure I’m providing you, Producers, the answers you are looking for.
So, if you are a Producer, or want to be a Producer, click here to answer those two questions.
If you are not a Producer or don’t want to be a Producer, DO NOT click.
Oh, and if you know someone who is a Producer or wants to be, please forward this along to them. The more data I compile, the better the results will be. The better the results, the better the theater.
Click here. 2 questions. 2 minutes. Tops.
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