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Marketing Your Play
So you’ve written your first play.
A play isn’t meant just for you. It’s meant for other people. So the next question is, What do you do with your play once you’ve written it? The fact is, marketing your play is at least as time-consuming and demanding as writing your play. It can also be far more frustrating because while you can control the writing, you can’t control what other people think of it—or how long they take to respond. In addition, marketing your work can be quite expensive. In other words, you’d better get used to the idea that you’re going to work just as hard marketing your play as you did writing it. You do, however, have one huge advantage in finding outlets for ...