Variety performers have to wear many hats: writer, editor, director, performer, prop maker, agent, publicist, social media manager, even costumer. In any other form of theater, each of these jobs would be done by different people with different skills, different training, and different temperaments, yet most of us to do all these things and more ourselves.
We don’t have to, but we do.
My first piece of advice, which you will ignore, is to hire people to do the things you’re not good at. My second piece of advice, which is the one I follow, is to ignore my first piece of advice.
So how can you be more effective at these jobs?
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