Apr 1, 2008

Where the Truth Lies

I was tipped off to this great blog by Isaac (can't find the original post that alerted me). Last week's post about artistic directors not sugarcoating their rejections rang true:
We all know that none of the notes, none of the restrictions about cast size, scenes changes, subject matter, none of that matters if the theatre (or, in most cases, the artistic director) loves the play enough. Come hell, high water or bad reviews, they will produce the play. And if they don't love it, no matter how many rewrites, revisions, alterations, they will never produce it.

A good back-stiffener.

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