As the producer of Village Theater’s Festival of New Musicals it is my goal to not only provide a useful, fun and supportive opportunity for 6 new shows and their creators, but also to help each of them maximize their experience in the festival. Whether you are a veteran at new works festivals or new […]
July 28, 2011
May 26, 2011
Now that summer is approaching, I’m starting my annual get-in-shape-for-summer workout routine. Here’s how it works. I plan out some sort of exercise that I’ll do for an hour every day for 3 months to tighten and tone all that needs tightening and toning. Now, here’s what actually happens: I work out every day for […]
February 9, 2011
What if the work you did was famous but still, no one really knew who you were? This is the occupational hazard for a musical’s book writer or librettist. “I’m not really famous, but the shows I’ve done are famous,” says three-time Tony Award winning book writer Tom Meehan. “I don’t need to put myself […]
February 6, 2011
Your new musical is never going anywhere, no matter how good it is, if your descriptions, synopsis and tagline are all a 3.