Thursday, December 23, 2004

"There's something inherently powerful about knowing your storyteller, knowing an artist, being a part of the world of the story. And there's something we lose when stories and/or storytellers are just commodities."(culturebot | artists in residence)


:: note :: . . . the issue is: "We don't think of theater companies as teams of artists anymore. They are simply temporary homes for "hot" directors and "star" actors -- and the shows they send to Broadway." . . . no lasting work came from "stars" . . . just check the theater history books . . .