on the charging of submission fees, part two

I’m currently putting together an Indiegogo campaign, and came across this success story.

Which made me think about all of the theaters that charge submission fees or reading fees, please see my earlier rant.

Which made me think, why don’t these theaters – some of which do extremely well by exploiting playwrights – launch crowdfunding initiatives to fund their festivals and (horrors!) pay their readers and winning playwrights?

Seems too simple, doesn’t it?


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