A Directors Journey

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I started today working on a rock musical in NYC and I’m ending the day working on an operetta in Ithaca. So happy to be coming back to the Hangar Theatre to direct #PiratesofPenzancejr #yohoho

I started today working on a rock musical in NYC and I’m ending the day working on an operetta in Ithaca. So happy to be coming back to the Hangar Theatre to direct #PiratesofPenzancejr #yohoho

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The members of #Teamkail my fellow Observer Patricia and the rocking AD Sherri.  (at New York City Center…backstage)

The members of #Teamkail my fellow Observer Patricia and the rocking AD Sherri. (at New York City Center…backstage)

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So honored to have spent a week with one of the most talented and humble men I’ve ever met, Randy Newman.  (at New York City Center)

So honored to have spent a week with one of the most talented and humble men I’ve ever met, Randy Newman. (at New York City Center)

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jennyseidelman:

A professional script reader read 300 screenplays for five different studios, all the while tracking the many recurring problems. The infographic he made with the collected data offers a glimpse at where screenwriting goes wrong.

This is exceedingly important to all storytellers.

(Source: thebluebird)

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How to Create a Performing Arts Video Work Sample (Part 1 of 3): Your Video Is an Artifact

SUPER useful.

nyfacurrent:

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Questions to ask: How’s it watched? What’s it for?

A video work sample is a tool you should probably have if you create work in the performing arts. Many grant applications and festival submissions require it, and even if they don’t, your application still may need one in order to be competitive. Take a look at the choreographers, theater and performance artists who are getting funded and programmed, and you’ll see that they have video: probably lots of it, probably well filmed.

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