currently accepting bids for exclusive rights to the U.S. premiere.
We will also consider requests for production rights in London and in
other areas throughout the U.K. and the world.
Edinburgh run revealed that The Scarlet Letter has future value both
intrinsically as a work of art and extrinsically as a commercial endeavor.
We have written this work both to connect with audiences about their
world and also to take them away from that world; The Scarlet Letter,
like any theatrical work with a reasonably foreseeable chance of success,
entertains as it enlightens.
first run has shown that this formula works. Audiences loved the
product they paid for. They loved it because they laughed, they
loved it because they reached into the pathos of an acutely human tragedy,
and they loved it because they learned something.
Scarlet Letter, today, is both topical and tested.
have also taken constructive criticism from the Edinburgh run and have
incorporated that criticism into today's version. We expect
that the producers of our U.S. premiere will have original production
rights to these new materials, and, for a limited time, not just the
original but the exclusive right to do so.
are represented by Eric Braverman and Dan Koloski. For information about
producing The Scarlet Letter, please contact Eric at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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