In this article, playwright Mike Lew talks about an experience he had regarding a potential unauthorized production of one of his ten-minute plays, The Roosevelt Cousins, Thoroughly Sauced, and he advocates for the rights of playwrights everywhere. Read his plea here.
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Thoughts on The Theater: Arts Education Won’t Save Us From Boring, Inaccessible Theater
In his post, playwright Mike Lew argues that a lack of education is not the reason that young people do not pay to see theatre and instead offers an alternative reason as to why young people would rather spend their money on other activities. Read the post here.