by Alan M. Berks • Mar. 26
Management | Vision
You should blame mediocre theater on economics. But not for the reasons you think.
Posted Mar. 26
News and notes |
News and Notes from the past week including the loss of a young actor, a call for choreographers and the return of the are women funny question.
Posted Mar. 19
Is the Mike Daisey and This American Life controversy an indictment of theaters ability to get at truth? Plus internship opportunities and more...
Posted Mar. 12
News & such for the week of March 12th. Lobbying, Grant deadlines, and where to rehearse
Posted Mar. 5
Storytelling, play development, arts criticism and the power of musical theater
Posted Feb. 26
Weekend full of sellout shows, conversations at Mixed Blood, the loss of an influential figure, and Arts Advocacy Day.
by Alan M. Berks • Feb. 23
The author thinks he has something new to say about making theater relevant--and it is not about technology.
Posted Feb. 20
Debates about playwrighting and whether artists are special rage. Here are some of the highlights.
by Alan M. Berks • Feb. 16
A playwright reflects on his love for actors and what makes the best ones so trustworthy with scripts.
Posted Feb. 13
McKnight foundation starts a new blog about artists, valentines arts recommendations and we quote the social media chatter
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