Monthly Archives: October 2011

The SDC in Boston and the Appeal for Young Professionals

A few weeks ago, I had the great pleasure to be invited to a meeting of the Boston members of the Stage Directors and Choreographer’s Society (SDC). The meeting was led by Barbara Wolkoff, the Director of Member Services, and … Continue reading

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Don’t wait to learn how to pitch your ideas

Way back in 2008, or maybe it was 2009, I went to the launch party for the Boston-based Awesome Foundation.  A bunch of people who wanted to give money to awesome causes got together and decided to jointly gift $1000 a … Continue reading

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If You Build It, Will They Come?

On Monday I went to an ArtsBoston event and talked to a number of our members. Mr. Scratch, from Boston Babydolls, caught me up on their latest production which they mounted in a non-traditional space (it runs through the end … Continue reading

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Occupy Theater

Like many others, I’ve been watching the growing Occupy Wall Street movement around the country over the past few weeks with a mix of wonder, excitement, unease and a host of other feelings and continue to wrestle with a post … Continue reading

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Art isn’t Easy

StageSource member and lighting designer Jen Rock sent us a great response to our Money post.  Check it out and feel free to drop me a line at jjohnson@stagesource.org with your story about how you make a living as a … Continue reading

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