It's been said that there are virtually no playwrights who are making their living entirely off their playwriting. Even Tony Kushner, author of Angels in America recently said he can't live entirely off his playwriting income. For anyone in the arts, it's a risk to quit that day job and go full-time into your passion. … Continue reading Nothing Overlooked
Month: February 2012
I recently had a chance to alpha test an app on the iPhone and Android for work. I can't discuss it here, but I can say that apparently both the iPhone and Android development systems cause developers a lot of extra work to make things behave consistently throughout the app. My point of frustration: why … Continue reading Pinch/spread and portrait/landscape: why don’t they just work?
I eavesdrop like crazy. I don't care what people are saying, but I care very much how they say it. I don't consciously put it into my dialog, but the process seems to work. Actors often compliment me on my dialog. (If only plot and character were that easy.)
One thing most playwrights like to do, besides writing plays -- if you are a playwright and you don't like writing plays, please stop immediately! -- is seeing plays. And in this Internet age, one thing many of us are happy to do is purchase our tickets online. Having done some of this myself, I … Continue reading Ticket-purchasing websites