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Producers Symposium 1983

Date: Feb 25, 1983


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On February 25, 1983, director Nola Hague moderated a panel featuring esteemed producers Nelle Nugent, T. Edward Hambleton, and Michel Stuart, and director Judith Haskell. This passionate and experienced group spoke about the collaboration between directors and producers. Drawing from personal experience they share their beliefs on qualities that constitute a good director and producer. They divulge lessons learned from experiences over the span of their careers. Other topics include the differing approaches to collaboration across the country and the director's role vs. the producer's role in the process of cultivating the creative team. This discussion delves deeply into the intricate dynamics between Producer and Director.