Nothing in the world excites me more than making something out of nothing; creating new characters, stories and worlds in my mind and then lifting them off of the page and breathing life into them. This is why I do what I do. I am an admitted theatre nerd and almost love the process of creation more than the actual performance.
Over the years I have learned the importance of setting goals for my projects. Yes, of course, everyone wants to make bank, get recognition and have the project open doors for more work and lucrative creative opportunities.
That being said, the more specific your goals are for your production, the more likely you are to attain them. There are many different reasons people want to mount a production: to work out kinks and see how it lands on an audience, to showcase your writing or performance talents, to get…
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