We’re dancing on top of the box in this issue. Too much of our pedantic little industry is mired in boring discussions about processes, tools, and best practices. To quicken the pace, we’re sharing the lateral creativity that shapes the creative process backstage. Here’s a look at this issue’s features:
Our pal, Paul Scrivens, may not be a project manager by trade, but he understands the role better than most. How’d he learn? I promise you it wasn’t from taking the PMP. Find out how he’s dealing with his professional demons in The relationshits.
Let Dr. Ray Hsu turn your perspective inside out with Feelings from the outside. His atmospheric piece offers up a roiling mix of thoughts and feelings around teaching inmates about the creative writing process. Expect to think more deeply about the concepts of family and trust.
Hey, hot shot. Ever wonder if your PM skills could transfer to the theatre? Sloan Miller brings us backstage and pops us into the shoes of director, Allison Heishman, as she leads the charge for her production of Watson in Philadelphia in The Director’s conscript.
It’s March and we’re dead set on experimenting until we’ve got things right. We’ve lined up some community focused sponsors, defined a solid editorial calendar, and we’re oiling up a list of talented writers hiding in the wings. We know you’ll love our next issue, We need to talk, a raw look at the things we need to say. To top it all off, we’re extending your free magazine subscription until May 7. Get in and get a sneak peak of what’s on the grill before everyone else.
Time to strike up the orchestra and dial up the amp on the voices that lead our people and projects. We hope you’ll join us Behind the curtain. Enjoy the issue.