View single post by haywardb
 Posted: Wed Jun 21st, 2006 10:31 pm
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Joined: Mon Jun 12th, 2006
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Congratulations!  I, too, have no clue how authors got productions before the internet.  A lot of postage, I suppose.  But even then, how one would find out about opportunities in, say, Brazil is beyond me.  Good luck with the translation.  I had a publisher in Sweden translate one of my one act plays a few years ago.  The play has only been done twice in the US, but does very well across the pond.  It certainly has no European slant that I'm aware of, but it keeps getting produced more and more each year.  I still haven't quite figured out the popularity over there, as opposed to nothing but rejection over here.  Oh well, at least it's being produced somewhere...even if I'll never get to see it!