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Should 21st Century Artists Be “Performing Policy”?

Artists have always had a hard time making a living.

My Most Memorable Nonprofit Fundraising Pitch

If you had a million dollars for your organization, what would you do?

Message to Cultural Groups: Rent, Don’t Buy!

Moving past the paradox of cultural ownership.

A Look in the Marketing Mirror

Marketing is a reflection of those who decide which strategy is the best fit.

When Artists Expect to Earn a Living

Disruptive digital technologies: still turning the sector upside down.

Crossing Over: Marketing to Non-Traditional Audiences

It’s not the push of selling a ticket, it’s the pull of engagement.

Inertia and the Theater’s Struggle with Diversity

Hint: It isn't because artists are hypocrites.

Saturn and the Arts: A Challenge

Theatre should stop eating its young, and fund them instead.

Shakespeare, London and a Good Pair of Boots

How a good pair of boots connects Shakespeare to contemporary playwrights.

A New Education for a New Theatre

We need a radical new approach to the education of young theatre artists.

Business Model: The Next Frontier

In the 20th century, theatre innovation focused on "isms;" the 21st will focus on business

Advice to the Next Chair of the National Endowment for the...

Four principles to be evangelized.

The Promise of ICSCS

ICSCS seems acutely aware that until we truly deconstruct our ever-wobbly cultural economy, we can't hope to rebuild it.

Support the NEA! (With These Totally Lame Email Campaigns)

Why can Egyptians gather by the hundreds of thousands and we're satisfied with making our case through 50,000 emails?

While We’re Discussing Ethics in Cultural Journalism…

Three ways of establishing ethics for "journalist entrepreneurs."

Commercial Producer Michael Roderick Invites You to PLAE

A 10-week development program that creates artistic entrepreneurs out of good ideas.

American Repertory Theater: Finding the Profit in Nonprofit? Part II

It seems clear that Harvard doesn't really care that much about A.R.T. If it did, it would fix it.

American Repertory Theater: Finding the Profit in Nonprofit?

How else could a fringe cultural figure skim a tidy profit off of Harvard's nonprofit theater?

Pondering Theater as Netflix: Intrigue Meets Reality

A beautiful idea: with varied participation, not repeated participation, come rewards.

Heretic’s Foundation XVI: A New Business Model for Shakespeare & Company?

Shakespeare and Company is examining good ideas from all quarters. So here is one more.
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Herman Cain (and Republicans Unable)

And then there was Jerry Falwell, Jr., with his open pants, evangelical FUPA and his hands veering into prime side-boob territory with -- hey, doesn't she have a name?