Just a few thoughts on how I receive criticism, especially from professional reviewers and critics.
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I have been thinking about the systems (or lack of systems) of productivity that I have used in the past. I am also considering where I am now and the process I currently use to produce creative projects. I can probably do better…
For info on Paul Stein and to see when he has his next workshop visit: https://www.paulstein.net/
I created a new one-man show recently. I essentially wrote, designed and rehearsed it in about 5 weeks. In this episode I discuss the reception after opening night. I also talk about handling creative burnout.
This is a two-parter. If you haven’t listened to episode 17, I recommend doing that first.
I created a new one-man show recently. I essentially wrote, designed and rehearsed it in about 5 weeks. In this episode I discuss that process leading up to the world premiere opening night. In particular, I discuss the resistance I came up against that drained my time, energy and concentration, and how I saw this project through, despite teetering on creative burnout.
This part one of a two-part installment.
Here’s a link to the book I reference in the episode: Seven Basic Plots: Why We Tell Stories by Christopher Booker
In this special episode I welcome my colleague Jeff Hernandez as we discuss our immediate obsessions as well as people that have had a wider influence on us as artists.
If you wanna check out the Bike Soccer Jamboree Podcast that Jeff and I recently ended, here’s the LINK.
Reflecting back on the late, great director, Sir Peter Hall.
[NOTE: This episode was originally released September 20, 2017 via SoundCloud. I am re-releasing the first season of episodes here on this site.]