Writer and Producer Jason Koffeman listens to Denver and Brian pitch the show so far, gives notes on the outline, and chats about common pitfalls for writers and the importance of respecting the craft.WRITER’S BLOCK What’d you think of this episode? Comment below! ABOUT THE PODCAST Want an inside look at how musicals are written? Join Denver and Brian on this weekly podcast that documents the creation of a 45-minute musical from scratch. If you’re a teacher, actor, director, writer, or just a fan of Broadway musical theatre – subscribe and join the fun! Produced by Beat by Beat Press, the world’s fastest growing publisher of new musicals for young actors. [feature_box style=”30″ only_advanced=”There%20are%20no%20title%20options%20for%20the%20choosen%20style” content_font_size=”10″ content_font_font=”Arial” content_font_style=”normal” content_font_spacing=”1″ alignment=”center”]
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Truly look forward to this podcast every week! Have you two ever thought of doing a teacher’s workshop like MTI does? It seems like your company really understands the needs of children’s theater and I bet you could put on a great and fulfilling workshop for teachers, I know I’d be there!!!!