Independent Eye seeks info RE: Theatre Blogs
of community dialogue, or to document your creative process? If so,
we'd like to know.
Right now, The Independent Eye is involved in developing a
co-production with a local theatre in Sebastopol, CA, of
Shakespeare's THE TEMPEST as a live theatrical animation with
puppets, digital media, shadows, lotsa stuff, for September 2009. As
part of this, along with community forums and a year-long
developmental lab, we're planning to do a collaborative blog that
both documents our process (with posts from staff, actors & other
model of functional documentation."
I'm sure others are doing this, or something like it, and I'd
love to see what there is out there that we might build on. Any
leads, whether to your own site or to models in other arenas that
might be useful in our planning? Or initiatives that went
creative process. I try to track my theatre activities and musings,
including some list posts that may be mini-essays, plus some OT opinions.
site if the site hadn't grown to be so complicated and huge-- photos,
programs, commentary. My blog is lonesome. I don't know if anybody
reads it. You'd be doing me a favor if you went to it: wearing a path
to its door, so to speak. I hope this query results in some interesting blogs and possible links to them. The Theatre blogs I read-- connected to Terry Teachout's, which I read religiously at Arts Journal, that Blog Roll makes those easiest to click to-- are sporadic and not very interesting