Pursuing a College Degree in the Arts – BFA vs. BA

Pursuing a College Degree in the Arts – BFA vs. BA

Pursuing a College Degree in the Arts – BFA vs. BA Colleges have widely expanded offerings of theatre-related degrees. Whether you’re interested in performance, arts management, or technical design, you can find a school that offers a specialized program to fit your academic needs. If you’re lucky, you’ll have a choice between types of degrees, […]
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What to Track in Ticket Sales – Identifying Guest Patterns

What to Track in Ticket Sales – Identifying Guest Patterns

What to Track in Ticket Sales – Identifying Guest Patterns When you choose to invest in ticketing software, be sure to pick a program that works for you in more ways than one. There are many important uses for your box office’s technology, beyond the literal sale of your show’s tickets. Can you store donor […]
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The Benefits of Hosting Theatre Workshops

The Benefits of Hosting Theatre Workshops

The Benefits of Hosting Theatre Workshops Actors are often told to pursue classes for the entirety of their career. That said, actors need access to classes, which is why we want to focus on the benefits of hosting theatre workshops and lessons in your company. There are plenty of benefits to producing classes through your […]
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Audition Management – Keep Things Under Control

Audition Management – Keep Things Under Control

Audition Management – Keep Things Under Control Conducting an audition is a production of its own. Get ready to plan, direct, and sometimes choreograph your auditions with the same ferocity as a full-blown performance – in a fraction of the time. If you want a cast to perform theseason you’ve so carefully chosen, you have […]
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5 Mistakes Made by Most High School Theatres

5 Mistakes Made by Most High School Theatres

5 Mistakes Made by Most High School Theatres We are speaking directly to high school theatres in this article, or more generally, theatres connected to schools and student populations, hoping to make a difference in the academic sphere. While planning a school play can be exciting and empowering, it can also be overwhelming and scattered. […]
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Expanding the Ensemble

Expanding the Ensemble

Expanding the Ensemble Let’s take a moment to expand on a crucial part of the theatre world – the ensemble. The ensemble should encompass members of a theatre company beyond the actors – technicians, directors, administrators, box office staff, etc. Successful, magical-transformative-transportive, truly successful theatre, rests in the hands of many – not just a […]
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