Monthly Archives: August 2011

Follow the Leader

Today’s You’ve Cott Mail focuses primarily on young middle management arts administrators and their struggles to remain engaged and motivated.   This struck a chord with me as I’ve now moved into my 30s working in arts administration.  Clayton Lord’s post regarding … Continue reading

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The Great Debate

The school year is almost here (you KNOW it’s true).  Currently, I’m gearing up to direct Feydeu’s “Paradise Hotel” at the Beaver Country Day School this fall.  While reading the translator notes on the train this morning I noticed that … Continue reading

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It’s Really OK

At the Boston Theatre Conference this past February Barbara Lynch gave a keynote address to kick off our conversations about what the theater community can learn from the slow food movement. Chef Lynch spoke about a shift in the industry … Continue reading

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Fractured Atlas

We’re continuing to expand our resources and services here at StageSource at every level and pass those benefits along to you. Be sure to take a moment to read last week’s post about our new membership with Theatre Communications Group. … Continue reading

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To First Night, or Not to First Night.

Everyone wants to participate in First Night? Right? Maybe not? We at The Source are trying to figure out this very question. By filling out the StageSource First Night Survey we can gauge the community’s interest and availability in participating … Continue reading

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The Numbers are In….

Data from our StageSource Annual Audition survey has been calculated and we’d like to thank everyone who filled it out and gave us feedback on the process.  We will be using this information to help make decisions as we move forward in … Continue reading

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