The show's over, we're all rested up, and we're eager to compare notes and find out how to improve on our efforts. We schedule a meeting.
Must we call it a "postmortem?"
Postmortems are conducted to determine a cause of death. Is the project/company/group dead? These meetings should be more like a doctor's physical than an ME's autopsy.
There has to be a more positive way to put this, that doesn't infer dredging up all the negatives and ignoring the positives.
What do you call these meetings?
Wednesday, December 04, 2013
If anyone cares to take up the mantle, have at it!
* the irony is not lost on me.
This weekend, Hollywood has a Burlesque Festival!
From the website:
Hollywood Burlesque Festival is established to ensure the ongoing tradition of burlesque in the arts; to raise awareness and appreciation of an art form that both empowers and admires the human figure.
Our festival celebrates the glamorous yesterday and exciting today of burlesque over four nights of showcases, competitions, and film screenings. The action takes place at the Hayworth Theater, 2511 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90057 and the 3Clubs, 1123 Vine Street, Los Angeles, CA 90038
I will be performing as one half of Mr. Snapper & Mr. Buddy on Saturday night, and I'll be teaching a prop-building class on Saturday afternoon. My lovely wife, Red Snapper takes the stage on Friday evening.
Tickets are on sale now! Come one, come all!