I’ve been thinking about the possibility of a global theatre space that connects playwrights with actors and a variety of hosts, from traditional theatre companies to non-traditional options, to help address challenges in the industry, especially where new plays are concerned. Here’s a concept drawing I did as I continue to think it through. I’m excited for many cool collaborations in the new year
I had a fun time putting this video together for Inclusive Theater of WNY. Such great energy from so many cool folks during a day of auditions for their upcoming Annual Festival of Short Plays, April 12-14 & 19-21 at St. Mary’s High School in Lancaster, NY. Click on the image to play.
I put together this 3-minute video on how we can use free technology to make live performance accessible to those who can’t get to the theatre. Click on the image to play.
Interview with Playwright Wei He. Wei talks about the journey of writing her play Li and the challenges facing international playwrights. Click on the image for the 5 min video.
I recently hosted conversations on Theatre and Media in which we discussed ways that theatre artists, companies, and audiences could utilize the online space. If you'd like to explore a particular area within the online space (e.g., development, performance, marketing) click on the image and select the areas you're interested in. This will help me organize resources and possible paths forward.
Accessibility and Education are two of the most crucial areas that an online space can address. Click on the image for clips from Aimee Levesque, Katie Osborn, Riley Dungan, and Verneice Turner as they reflect on these two areas in our Theatre and Media conversation.