Monthly Archives: September 2010

709, 2010

Marketing Copy Hall of Fame – Gaza Project

By |September 7th, 2010|Marketing - Hall of Fame|0 Comments

Clear information, just long enough, and utterly compelling:GAZA: BREATHING SPACE How much would you pay to see a piece of theatre? How much would you pay for somebody else to see a piece of theatre? How much would you pay to ensure that 40 young Gazans have an eight week experience of creativity and imaginative […]

709, 2010

At the Theatre – ‘La Bete’

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At the Theatre ‘La Bete’  - somehow, seeing Mark Rylance pick his nose on stage just did it for me.  Wonderful acting… but why another play about the theatre?  Why now?September 2010 (nl)

709, 2010

2010 – A Year of Hospitality

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Announcing a Year of Hospitality   The financial belt-tightening is going to be with us for a while longer but I propose we counteract it with overwhelming hospitality.  I have started to regularly host friends of friends, acquaintances, theatre professionals and artists from around the globe on their visits to London.  Usually, these visits revolve […]

709, 2010

How not to Turn Away Industry People who Turn up to See Your Show

By |September 7th, 2010|Producing for Non-Producers|0 Comments

Managing the unexpected – a case study I was recently invited to see a new fringe play.  I get a lot of invitations, but cannot attend a large part of them.  However, I was curious about this play, and was looking forward to seeing it.   I arranged to take a friend who I often […]

709, 2010

Hotel Medea – Getting Audience Interaction Very Right

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‘Hotel Medea’ – a powerful lesson in how to do audience interaction right.  Top tips that occurred to me:do not single people out – let them join in or not with no pressurea bit of chaos is good – this way people feel more likely to join inmake sure the task you are expecting […]