“And then it hit me. Just like that.” talking The Muse Project with Jocelyn Kuritsky

a few years ago I was workshopping a devised piece with some really fine actresses, and like every day one of us would come into the space with a demoralizing audition story or a tale of a disturbing career related encounter. It made me sad and really angry, in part because, honestly, I knew this wasn’t the experience of my male colleagues. Sure, the guys I knew occasionally had bad auditions, or they weren’t always quite landing the jobs they wanted, but they weren’t experiencing the same level of daily powerlessness, and they weren’t having daily existential crises by any means.

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“‘Do it better’ is relative.” talking casting & classics with Edgar Chisholm

This post is the penultimate in my series of interview this year’s Fire This Time writers’ group writers on the plays they’ve been developing. I went into this profile project without any expectations, or at least I thought I did, until I read Ed Chisholm’s play and it was far from what I was expecting. […]

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