“Pay the artists” is a mantra

We’re not selling shares and any “profit” the company realizes will be plowed back into more programs – more productions, more presentations, more commissions.

We also have not asked the playwrights for future rights to these commissions. We’re trying to give them a playground where they can fly, and hoping that brings out their true – and enormous creativity.

We’re into paying artists. That’s our mission.

That being said, eventually it will pay us salaries and this project has already had a measurable impact on my own visibility, it’s the goodwill part of my portfolio.

I’ll be rapacious as an artist and leave the nobility to my producer side.

That oughta be amusing.