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Thursday, March 19, 2015

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(This post is part of the Audience (R)Evolution online salon curated by Caridad Svich for the TCG Audience (R)Evolution Convening in Kansas City, MO in 2015.) I’ve spent the last few years traveling around the country attending productions of my play The Women of Lockerbie.  For reasons I don’t fully understand, the play has gone viral; it has had [...]

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(This post is part of the Audience (R)Evolution online salon curated by Caridad Svich for the TCG Audience (R)Evolution Convening in Kansas City, MO in 2015.) Over the past several years, the theatre community has become more and more anxious about “audience engagement” and less and less certain what that actually means. Some people think it means audience participation [...]

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The Spectator – co-author of my shows

by Ana Margineanu March 19, 2015 Audience & Community Engagement
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(This post is part of the Audience (R)Evolution online salon curated by Caridad Svich for the TCG Audience (R)Evolution Convening in Kansas City, MO in 2015.) In my first year of studying theatre, a teacher told us: “There are only two categories of theatre: boring and not boring. We try our best to be part of the second one [...]

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Sinning Boldly with the Audience

by Elaine Romero March 19, 2015 Audience & Community Engagement
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(This post is part of the Audience (R)Evolution online salon curated by Caridad Svich for the TCG Audience (R)Evolution Convening in Kansas City, MO in 2015.) As a Latina playwright, I’ve frequently arrived to town to the news that my host theatre would like me to get the Latino audience to their theatre. This often happens before I’ve put [...]

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