Seth Lepore discusses why artists and producers can’t depend purely on ticket sales for revenue, using one of his tours through the Midwest as an example.
Seth Lepore challenges the field to think radically differently about our current paradigm.
Seth Lepore lays out the pros and cons of fiscal sponsorship versus becoming a non-profit for small arts groups or individuals.
Seth Lepore continues the conversation on entrepreneurship and the entrepreneurial mindset for artists.
In this installation, Seth Lepore compares theatre artists to metal bands, and realizes theatre artists have a lot they can learn.
In the second installation of his series, Seth Lepore explores when an audience member gives feedback, even when it isn’t necessarily wanted.
Seth Lepore talks about gaining the skills to self-produce and theatre artists as entrepreneurs.
In the first post of his series, Seth Lepore looks at crowdfunding, how to keep it relevant, who is actually donating, and the kind of immediacy it provides.
Series are collections of content curated around a specific theme. HowlRound works with curators to develop topical pieces meant to spotlight current events and happenings within the commons.