Meet An Alkaloid: Amber Bradshaw

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Amber Bradshow | Working Title Playwrites

What are you working on right now?

I am creating a podcast! Hosted by the organization I run, Working Title Playwrights. I’ll be interviewing new play artists from all over about process and the way we make plays.

Who is your ideal target audience?

Artists, theatre audiences, storytellers, folks who love live performance.

What is a common misconception about your industry or work?

We mostly write musicals for Broadway.

What is your big picture vision for your business?

Give creative artists the space they need to radically break boundaries and alter society and culture for the better.

Amber Bradshaw | Working Title Playwrites

What is your superpower?

Create spaces where artists have freedom, safety and the courage to create without limits.

What is your favorite business or productivity tool?

Google Drive

What book should everyone read?

WOLFPACK: How to Come Together, Unleash Our Power and Change the Gamehttps://amzn.to/3Xg65Kj by Abby Wambach

Amber Bradshaw | Working Title Playwrites

Why Alkaloid?

Great vibe, fabulous location, diverse community and always welcoming.

What is your favorite amenity at Alkaloid?

All the conference rooms with unlimited usage and the Atlanta Beltline right outside!

How are you using the Alkaloid community during the pandemic? 

Podcast interviews, mail pick up and meetings.

What advice would you give someone considering coworking?

Consider how convenient is it for you to get there? If it takes too long to get there, find somewhere closer to your home.

Tell us about your overall experience at Alkaloid?

Alkaloid is a really comfortable, warm environment where everyone can flourish and connect naturally.

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