In today’s episode I take a little bit of a walk down memory lane, with Lindsay Price from Theatrefolk. Lindsay runs an online business supporting drama teachers all around the world, through very active communication through Facebook, an email list and a podcast. Together with her partner, she’s also running the online Drama Teacher Academy.
00:30 Pilar talks about her own experience running a theatre company and how she ended up helping virtual teams. (You can check out Theatrefolk's podcast where todays guest, Lindsay Price interviews Pilar. http://www.theatrefolk.com/podcast/devising-physical-theatre/)
08:45 Lindsay Price, Partner at Theatrefolk, talks about how and why the company was set up and how they built a global business. www.theatrefolk.com
14:40 How Theatrefolk works and how they provide support to drama teachers, especially those isolated.
17:00 The importance of not remaining anonymous in an online business. How Theatrefolk communicates with its community.
20:00 The Theatrefolk podcast. http://www.theatrefolk.com/podcast/
22:25 The Drama Teacher Academy. www.dramateacheracademy.com
28:50 Lindsay shares those projects that didn't work out. The importance of failing and making time to rest.
32:18 The future of Theatrefolk and Lindsay's own writing.
34:00 Lindsay's thoughts on how the new way of doing business presents many opportunities for artists to make a living from their craft.
36:06 Pilar shares her thoughts on writing on paper and gives a short overview of the course on managing virtual teams.
"It's really important to be human, particularly in an online business."