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October 29, 2008


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Joshua James

hate talkbacks. don't work, most of the time.

It puts the audience in a role which they shouldn't play, as a dramaturg.

The only time it works is if you ask the audience if they have any questions about what they saw . . . that way, anything confusing could be cleared up . . . but most of the time, you can figure that out by watching the audience watch your play.

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