This is a hard question to answer as all of us probably have different situations both district wise, size of theatre wise, and new vs. old programs wise. So I will tell you my situation and philosophy, and maybe that will be of value, but maybe not.
I am fortunate that I teach in a district that really values the arts. That said, I do believe that we all must fight against the reforms coming from Washington and the states. So please include me in your group.
Does anyone have ideas or scripts for a site specific show (that's not a haunted house) where the audience can walk through different rooms and see different scenes? I've been wanting to try that for a while, but don't know where to start.
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