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how to get NO feedback from Elise

...by NMI Artistic Director ELISE DEWSBERRY

notes from Elise

In this monthly video blog, I am going to be addressing a lot of topics that come up over and over again when I am giving feedback on drafts of new musicals. I’d like to think that if you keep these basics in mind while you are writing, you might be able to write a musical that would result in NO critical feedback from me! Let’s see if I can put myself out of a job…

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avoiding feedback: THE WORK OF A SCENE – PART 5 – ILLUMINATING THEME

This is post #21 - this time discussing the benefits of making sure that, in every scene, your lead is in pursuit of goals that will lead them towards the illumination of your theme.
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avoiding feedback: THE WORK OF A SCENE – PART 3 – POINTING FORWARD

This is Part 3 in the short series on the work of a scene - discussing “pointing forward” in every scene to some action or event that will occur - or at least have consequences - in a future scene.

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