Monthly Archives: December 2012

Is There Nothing We Can Do

Read this story because it’s what I’m responding to. Is there nothing we can do? Nothing? The liberals are in power, and it’s no different than if the conservatives were in power.  This doesn’t even count as pretending to care about the good of the people, justice, or the rule of law.  This doesn’t even count as […]

What About 10-Minute Play Parties (and More)?

Pete Miller‘s still got me thinking about new and different ways to “diversify theatre production,” “reinvent theatre marketing” and “create playgoing as a hobby.” What about 10-minute play parties? Mr. Miller discussed this in his most recent post about new ways to diversity, referencing the Actors Salon, and really I’m just expanding on that idea […]

What About Food Truck Theatre?

Pete Miller‘s got me thinking about new and different ways to “diversify theatre production,” “reinvent theatre marketing” and “create playgoing as a hobby.” What about food truck theatre? What about theatre out of the side of a truck, or in the bed of a truck, with a simple but attractive set? It could be short […]

Why Don’t Regional Theatres Do Open Runs?

No, seriously, I’m seriously asking the question.  Not rhetorically; I’m not trying to make a backdoor argument that theatre companies should do open runs via the Socratic method or anything.  I really want to know.  I’ve been thinking about it for a while, and I feel unable to produce a clear answer myself.  So here’s my assorted […]