Tag Archives: Community theatre

Are we ignoring our audience’s experience? Go back to the beginning. . .

Today’s edition of You’ve Cott Mail (an invaluable arts marketing newsletter I love) focused on an issue I actually feel pretty passionately about: the customer experience at theaters. Now, when most theatre types discuss “giving the audience a great experience” they are talking entirely about the art. They want the play to be a great […]

All I need is a little bit of ACTING!

I know that a great multitude of people will be thrilled with CenterStage Clovis’ “Hello, Dolly!”. Except me.  So, this is hardly a review.  It is really me trying to explain to myself the whys and wherefores of the thing. ******* I’ve struggled a great deal with how to frame my judgments of CenterStage Clovis […]