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A readable, practical guide that provides teachable techniques showing how leadership and collaboration can be combined to make every theatrical production far greater than the sum of its parts.
'If you want to be effective as a working professional in theatre or in business, read this book.' - Caryn Desai, Founding and Managing Director of theInternational City Theatre, California, USA
'Working Together is what all of us in the theatre do every day of our professional lives. Whether you're studying to become a professional or an early-career pro who wants to rise quickly, this book will be invaluable. Read it, learn from it, and you'll find yourself working together with your collaborators to make great theatre.' - Tom Markus, Director, Actor, Author, Playwright, Translator, Dramaturg and Educator
'I am in awe of the breadth of relationships covered and the interesting details contained within this book. The overall effect is a text that covers nearly all possible theatrical collaborators in a broad spectrum of examples that are both historical and personal.' ? Rob Roznowski, Professor of Acting and Directing, Michigan State University, USA
'Working Together in Theatre is written in a conversational tone and will be easily accessible to theatre students (those who plan to be directors or arts administrators in particular), as well as to those already working in professional theatres...The book is likely to be most handy for those seeking practical, real-world advice about how to communicate with members of the creative team as they navigate a career in professional theatre.' - Claire Canavan, Theatre Topics
'Author Robert Cohen explores teamwork among directors, designers, actors and dramaturgs in Working Together in Theatre: Collaboration and Leadership. Drawing on a wide range of examples from historical and contemporary practice (and his own experience), Cohen presents practical ideas to achieve productive partnerships and effective communication at every level. Discussion topics are included for group consideration, but the book can also be read and enjoyed on its own.' - Stage Directions