When I logged into WordPress today, I noticed that site is trying to encourage greater volume of blog writing by running a post-a-day challenge. Now, one-a-day seems a little overly-optimistic for us here at Whistler, (or, as you might know us, the Least Frequent Bloggers in the World), but one-a-week doesn’t seem out of line. Because we have so much going on this season that we certainly want to be able to share with you on a more frequent basis.
So, without making this a huge end-of-the-year-RESOLUTION-thing, I’ll aim for at least one entry a week to keep you posted with everything that we’re up to here at Whistler.
And it shouldn’t be too hard to start off: in just three days we dive into rehearsals for The Europeans, Howard Barker’s brutal examination of a civilization rebuilding itself after a cataclysmic war. We’re reuniting with some of our favorite collaborators for this project, and bringing a whole host of new artists into our world as well.
But, I am interested in what you want to hear more about. In the past, we’ve used this blog as a process journal, a research archive, a meet-the-artist tool, a photo gallery…which posts interested you the most? Are you interested in hearing from the actors in the project? The designers?
Talk to us, and let us know!