OF: 11 Finale
Opportunities to do self-productions in empty spaces.
Playwright: It's an AD prerogative to accept or reject a play, but sometimes they don't have a good answer for why they do. Which leads me to question of how plays are really selected?
AD: I don't have the time or staff to read plays. I pick people. It's about people. I invest deeply in artists.
It's 2 p.m., have to stop.
Please keep checking our site within the next few days for video and audio. And, I'll post some updates on video/audio progress.
And, I'd love to hear your comments on the liveblogging and what you've read here. Again, this isn't the most accurate snapshot--this subject has a ton of nuances, so if something written here seems totally off base, it may be because typed words can't capture tone of voice, body language, and I couldn't capture every single word.
That said, Theatre Bay Area plans to continue this conversation at our Annual Conference in May, and I'm hoping to publish more in-depth articles in the magazine.
Thanks for reading.....
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