Eventually you must have a moment where you answer this question:
Are you serious about this?
Is this theatre company a hobby . . . a way for you and your peeps to commune . . . or is this something that you want to survive even when you and your peeps are gone?
Do you want a career in the arts world . . . even if that career comes in many forms and in many places . . . or do you have to be in the world in a specific way?
The attractive and dangerous thing about this world is that you can dabble in it forever.
You can be a writer that never actually finishes and publishes anything.
You can be an arts group that never goes outside a small group of friends and family.
There isn't anything wrong with that, but there's nothing right about that either.
I think you owe it to yourself to find out what your artistic career really could be.
The beginning of that process is the moment where you commit to finding out, for better or worse, what you and your team are capable of doing.