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Choosing A Script

Choosing a script may be the easiest and hardest step when putting on a show. Everyone has their own individual tastes and interests. Some things you might want to ask yourself when choosing a play are:

-        What are you interested in telling or showing an audience?

-        Is there a specific playwright or artistic style you are interested in?

-        Is the script any good?

Michael Maggio Directing Fellow Anna Bahow talks about her interest in theater and what she is looking for in a production.

Anna Bahow, Directing Fellow: What Are You Looking For In A Script?

After deciding what play you would like to work on, you will then need to obtain the rights to perform the show:

John Collins, Associate General Manager: Obtaining Rights

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