Marketing Your Play: Who is Your Audience?

Marketing Your Play: Who is Your Audience?

You may have read about certain productions that apart from sharing a story, they also have an audience in mind as they write the story. But of course, the moment you have written, edited and finally submitted your proposed story, once pre-production has begun, the audience would be put into consideration too. Here’s the issue though – do you have

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Rock of Ages: Why Karaoke Musicals?

Rock of Ages

It was only in recent years that got me stumbling across the term “karaoke musical” online. Perhaps because some musicals have decided to use popular music to fit into their scripts. It cannot be helped anyway with the success that Glee had, formats like this are expected to flourish. Do I sound like someone that has given up on some

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Caddie Woodlawn a Musical Drama

For those looking for new musicals here goes a new adventure! Book, Music, and Lyrics by Susan C. Hunter and Tom Shelton Based on the book by Carol Ryrie Brink “As cream rises to the top, so did Caddie Woodlawn… – Wisconsin News-Leader “Young audiences adore Caddie Woodlawn!” –Springfield News-Leader Carol Ryrie Brink’s Newbery Award-winning novel Caddie Woodlawn is brought

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Brace Yourselves: The Marco Polo Rerun is Coming

Marco Polo: An Untold Love Story

It seems like yesterday when I watched the premiere of the Filipino-penned musical “Marco Polo: An Untold Love Story”. A family friendly musical that reminded me of the music-laced films I have witnessed as a kid and gave birth to the “Disney-fication” of children’s entertainment. I mean that in a good way. Expectations are high and I am excited knowing

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