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17 Excellent Resources for Playwrights in Los Angeles

17 Excellent Resources for Playwrights in Los Angeles
One of the many things we have at Theatre Unleashed is a playwriting unit. Lots of companies have them - it's where they internally develop original work. Ours is not terribly formal. Once every two weeks or so, I get together with the members of our Writer's Den at a tea house a few blocks from our theater in North Hollywood. Some are en...
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"Three Can Keep a Secret" Part One

"Three Can Keep a Secret" Part One
It was the perfect crime. Until it wasn't.Three Can Keep A SecretA serialized play by Gregory Crafts.Part 1Produced by Theatre Unleashed as a part of Play/Time: Serial Edition.Directed by Jacob SmithFeaturingSeth Thygsen as MasonMichael Lutheran as SonnyGraydon Schlichter as MooseStage Manager - Cameron StarkVideography by Bobby McGlynnwww.theatreu...
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Ten Quick Hits

Ten Quick Hits
Short entry today about some irons I've got in the fire:Currently directing the short film Today by Jim Martyka for Hold For Plane Pictures. Principle photography should be done in the next two weeks, and a cut ready by the end of June, if not sooner.Currently understudying the role of Don John the Bastard in The Devil's Bride at Theatre ...
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Let's cut the bullshit about blacklists for a second.

Let's cut the bullshit about blacklists for a second.

Blacklist - A blacklist (or black list) is a list or register of entities or people who, for one reason or another, are being denied a particular privilege, service, mobility, access or recognition. As a verb, to blacklist can mean to deny someone work in a particular field, or to ostracize a person from a certain social circle."

- Wikipedia

I want to get real about "blacklisting" for a second, and only because I've heard it come up several times over the last few days.

There's a lot of talk about a "silent majority" of AEA members being afraid to voice their opinion one way or another about the upcoming vote about the 99-Seat Agreement, because they're afraid of being blacklisted. 

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