The Top 10 FAQ About Our Theatermakers Challenge (that starts next week!)
How do I know you like it?
Already our private Facebook group is poppin’ with TheaterMakers like you. And they’re all ready to charge ahead and take charge.
To those of you who already signed up; your passion for making this your best year of theatermaking yet is so inspiring to me. So, we’re doubling down on the challenge. We’re adding more content, more strategies, and some surprises along the way.
Oh and prizes. Lots of prizes.
We will be giving away something theatermaking-related every single day of the challenge.
Like . . .
- Final Draft 11 Scriptwriting software! ($249 value)
- Headshot package with Photographer Jeremy Daniel ($450 value)
- Promotional Blast from The Streaming Stage Company to Promote Your Work to over 50k people ($995 value)
- Get your video edited together professionally with Video Editor Katie Goffman ($599 value)
And even . . .
The Work From Home package of your dreams including:
Video Conference Selfie Ring Light ($24.99 value)
Blue Yeti Nano Professional Condenser USB Microphone for Recording/Streaming on PC/Mac ($99 value)
and, drumroll please . . .
A BRAND NEW iPad Pro ($999 value)!!!
Oh, and you’ll also get the most valuable thing of all . . .advice that can help you achieve the things you want to achieve in the theater . . . you know the things you see when you close your eyes and dream.
That advice will be delivered by a team of “Broadway Avengers” – 10+ super successful TheaterMakers who will be your mentors through the challenge (and maybe even beyond?).
So get ready.
If you haven’t signed up . . . click here.
Now, since we announced the challenge, some questions have come up and I wanted to make sure I answered them . . . so here they go!
1. How much is The Challenge?
The challenge is free. It’s sponsored by The TheaterMakers Studio, the masterclass-like community of TheaterMakers I founded five years ago. You do NOT have to be a member of TheaterMakers Studio to join. TMS uses events like the challenge to let TheaterMakers know how it helps TheaterMakers.
2. What time is The Challenge?
The Challenge will take place from 1/18 – 1/22 from 12-1pm ET/ 11am-12pm CT/ 10-11am MT/ 9am-10am PT.
That’s 5-6 pm in London, 2-3 am in Japan, 4-5 am in Australia, for our international TheaterMakers.
3. What if I can’t make those times?
We WILL have replays of the video for those of you who can’t tune in during those times. While we strongly suggest you show up LIVE (so you can participate in the comments, ask questions, etc) we realize this is impossible to mandate. So, we will have replays! (But we suggest you add the challenge to your daily calendar NOW to reserve the time.)
4. Where does it take place?
It’s all online . . . and on Facebook.
You’ll be invited to join a private Facebook group of TheaterMakers like you. There you’ll get access to the private livestreams with me and the speakers . . . and you’ll also be able to talk with your fellow Challengers. This is where some of our biggest success stories come from! We’ve had bookwriters meet composers, directors meet writers and producers meet playwrights.
Don’t have a Facebook page? Get one! There, you’re already going to have a more successful 2021.
5. Who are the speakers again?
You’ll get advice from Susan Blackwell, Laura Camien, Rodrick Covington, Mandy Gonzalez, Justin Guarini, Tony Howell, Amber Iman, Telly Leung, Ryan Scott Oliver, James Snyder, Vivek Tiwary, as well as a few surprise guests as well.
6. Who is it for?
It’s for anyone who wants to make theater or wants to make more theater. Whether you are just starting out or you’re a veteran TheaterMaker, this challenge will jump start your 2021 so you’ll be doing more of what you want to do. It’s for Writers, Producers, Directors, Actors . . . and yes, even Fans. So sign up. If you don’t like it, you can get your money back. Oh, wait.
7. What does the “challenge” part mean?
So, this isn’t my livestream. This isn’t the Summit . This is a challenge.
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