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Holler Advice Column

A monthly advice column to help advice the many conundrums theatre artists can find themselves in.

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Too Late for Law School?

8 July 2013

Too Late for Law School asks Holler whether or not to stay in the field, especially when the priviledge of family money is not an option. 

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The Burdens of Being In-Demand

10 May 2013

Holler talks about ensemble building and how sometimes-for the integrity of the group-being kind is not always being polite.

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Gun Shy

12 April 2013

This week on Holler: what to do about sexual harrassment in the theater.

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Building a Culture of Constructive Critique From the Ground Up

9 February 2013

Holler helps young artist create spaces to discuss what is constructive criticism and how to give it. 

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Navigating the Career Advice Minefield

5 January 2013

Holler gives advice on giving advice to people who feel unqualified or worried about putting their name on the line.  

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The Tortoise-Artist & the Hare-Hack

8 November 2012

Holler explores the idea of pursuing yourself and your own interests to make networking a more fruitful enterprise.

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If You Can Make It Here...

6 October 2012

This month's letter asks the question: What do I have to do to live in NYC, and should I even try?

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Introducing Holler
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Introducing Holler

A Monthly Advice Column

26 August 2012

Holler is a monthly advice column to help advise the many conundrums theatre artists can find themselves in. First question: how do I open to the door to feedback as an actor and writer?