People Are Watching – Do you care? There is a line in the original Manifesto which reads: “The stage and the screen are two extremely different platforms and if concessions are not made, the work will not translate as you feel it should.” Along with many other strongly worded hints at this concept, this line […]Read More Digital Manifesto: Addendum #4
This is the third addendum to the Digital Theatre Manifesto I wrote back in January 2021 for Intermission Magazine. Kindness and Communication In the original manifesto document for Intermission Magazine, I wrote: Most artists can take a tiny budget and produce magic. We’re constantly creating new worlds, images and stories with nothing but shoestrings and determination. That is […]Read More Digital Manifesto: Addendum #3
This will no doubt be the first of many addendums to the Digital Theatre Manifesto I wrote back in January for Intermission Magazine. Artists, when you are contracted by a festival or a production entity or even an academic institution, to film and stream your work, either live or to be broadcast at a later […]Read More Digital Manifesto: Addendum #1
I wrote a piece for Intermission Magazine detailing some of the discoveries we made as a collective during the process of making Like Tom Cruise Loves Running. Link can also be found HERE. “Online performances are probably going to be watched while wearing sweatpants in your home, where all your other paid streaming services live—not […]Read More New Article at Intermission Magazine.