The Artist’s Way

Like many of us, at the beginning of this year I wrote out a list of goals and resolutions. This new year’s resolution list was full of hopes and ambitions which ranged from updating my actor’s showreel to training for and completing my first triathlon. Then 2020 turned out not to be the year I […]

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Choosing Loves. An Interview with Hell Hole Playwright, Jo Kadlecek.

It’s been our great privilege to work with playwright Jo Kadlecek on the development of her incredible play Hell Hole, about historical figure Dorothy Day. Set in the early 1920s, New York City is alive with possibilities. Communist reporter Mike Gold, playwright Eugene O’Neill and socialist writer Dorothy Day are friends and drinking buddies at the “Hell Hole Bar” on New […]

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There are a multitude of elements involved in setting up a theatre company. It’s not easy and there’ll be a bunch of stuff that you potentially will have no interest or skill in doing but hopefully these 5 tips will be helpful as you navigate the process.   PARTNER WITH SOMEONE YOU TRUST AND WHO SHARES […]

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