Art vs Ego – Part 1, Script Development

Guerrilla Theatre


Many writers want to direct their own work and many actors write projects for themselves.  I am a huge supporter of writers having a hand at directing and for actors to create their own projects.  I always encourage artists to do whatever they can to stay immersed in a creative process and stop waiting around for whatever they think is supposed to be coming.

I am a big believer in script development.  Just because a script has been written doesn’t mean it is ready.  There are several stages of development the piece will go through before it becomes a fully realized production.  For the first reading of the piece I usually suggest for the writer to separate themselves from the project.  What I mean is, if the writer intends to direct I encourage them to have an outsider direct it, if they intend to perform it I encourage them to…

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