Last week, I was honored the New York Innovative Theatre Foundation asked me to be their guest blogger. It’s been a while since I blogged, but I was happy with the result of the three posts I contributed. They covered topics such as the future of the Off-Off Broadway or Indie Theatre scene, politics in theatre – is there enough or are we just preaching to the choir?, and theatre burnout.
Generally, I’m not very good at keeping up with the blogging world. I see its appeal and value, but I typically don’t have the time to dedicate to a blog a day; however, my time sharing on the IT Foundation’s blog re-inspired me. I find myself with a bit more time these days, so we’ll shoot for a post a week. If that turns out to be more or less, so be it.
In the mean time, if you missed my posts from last week, check ’em out here:
Thanks, again, to the NY Innovative Theatre Foundation. I’m looking forward to their awards ceremony for innovative theatre on September 20th. My theatre company, terraNOVA Collective, is nominated for 9 Innovative Theatre Awards, and I’m super psyched to see all my OOB colleagues.