The more you know…

Posted: February 25, 2011 in Blog Post
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I love when I talk to people that I am working with.  And I don’t mean the usual “Hi, how are you?” kind of stuff.  I was so lucky that I had the opportunity to chat with Teatro Vision’s Artistic Director Elisa Alvarado.  I am currently working on editing the interview for a podcast, so YAY!!

During my talk with her, I feel like I learned more about why I want to open my own theatre company some day.  I doubt that I would be lucky enough to have the same sort of eventful career that she got to have.  I think in my head, what I picture is, as Elisa explained to me in the interview, more of a collective than a “company.”  There’s something to be said about surrounding yourself with people that you truly enjoy working with and creating good times and experiences with.  I hope you enjoy the interview when I get it posted.

The other thing that I love about doing these interviews is that it just inspires me to keep going, to keep working, to keep dreaming, to keep enjoying, and to keep protesting.  To make sure that I should do everything I can to help companies that I believe in and to promote the artists that I admire and enjoy.

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  1. notblueatall says:

    I think that is exactly right for you then. You have quite a network of friends and peers you’ve gathered over the years. I really don’t see why you couldn’t start your own little indie company. Fake it ’til you make it!

    • theactorvist says:

      I’ll definitely be talking to Elisa more to find out exactly how to go about doing something like that. She did say that it was crazy hard work though, and after awhile, it wears you out.

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