Set A Deadline

Guerrilla Theatre


When embarking on a new project journey I find it extremely beneficial to set deadlines for myself, this way I force myself to create a timeline and to stick to it to the best of my ability.  I give myself deadlines for both writing and for productions but a am a little more flexible with myself with writing deadlines because inspiration can’t always be forced (more on this next week).

There are many different factors that determine what a reasonable deadline would be for a project.  Some people set deadlines for scripts or productions according to the submission deadlines of festivals they intend to submit to.  Others base deadlines on what time of year or season the project release would attract the largest audience.  Many deadlines are dictated by how long it takes to get funding and the scale of the production.  Smaller scale productions with a skeleton crew are…

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