Long Journey

I was driving from home (White Center) this morning to the office (Auburn) and reflecting on how many hours I spend on the road for my love of theater (rehearsals in Fife and performances in Tacoma). Then I thought of all the other places we've performed since we became a non-profit theater 11 years ago. It HAS been a journey both metaphorically and literally.


This summer I bought a journal and am going to write "what I have learned" at the end of every season. I went back 2 years as in my experience they were chalked full of teachable moments. I am heartened to see that upon reflection most of the knowledge can be deemed positive!

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I was asked at a recent marketing forum how I measure success at our theater company. Defining success for any artist is always difficult: Because I was happy with the production? Because the audience

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