Tag Archives: theater

From the Archives: Giving audiences an experience

This edition of From the Archives is SOOOO 2007, talking about the “experience economy” and touching on “immersive theater” experiences. But while those phrases may be rather passe these days, there are still a few takeaways in here for consideration. It is still odd for me to think about how much I’ve evolved in the […]

Tony Nom’d Plays and why You Should Read Them.

So, the Tony Awards run Sunday, June 10th this year with Neil Patrick Harris hosting (huzzah!).  As such, every theater snob, geek, pleb, sporto, motorhead, slut, blood, wasteoid, dweeb and dickhead will be tuning in hoping for some of that live theater magic (We miss you, Bret Michaels!). But how many people waiting with baited […]