You asked. We listened. New At The Booth™ version released.

Products, like plays, don’t have to be stagnant.

They should live, breathe, and morph based on audience feedback and interaction.

We launched our At The Booth iPhone App just a couple of months ago, and, frankly, we got some incredible positive feedback.

But you want to know what the best feedback was?

Constructive criticism.

It’s hard to hear phrases that begin with, “You know what would make this better?”

Luckily, I have an incredible development team that craves those kind of comments, because they know what stings today brings happier customers tomorrow.

So, we took those comments, went back into the e-labs, and tweaked our app to include some more features that you requested.

Here’s what you wanted, and here’s what you’re gonna get with the new update:

  • Portrait view
  • Facebook and Twitter share feature (let your friends know what show you’re seeing!)
  • Restaurants near the theater
  • Lottery and rush information
  • And more.

Download the update today.

And after you do, email me and let me know how we can make it even better next time.  Because that’s what product and play development is all about.

Oh . . . and for those of you who are about to email me and ask for a Blackberry or Droid version?

Don’t bother.

Because both versions are coming.  Soon.  (And BTW, that Droid is one sexy smartphone.)

Get the At The Booth update here.

  • Malini says:

    I wish the At the Booth app was available for the Droid. Can you make that available for us Droid users?

  • Hi Ken,
    Just thought I would drop you a line to say I think the At The Booth app is brilliant. I was in New York recently visiting from New Zealand and with two days and a very tight timeframe, I did not have the energy or the time to stand in line in the hope of getting cheap tickets to a show I wanted to see.
    The app let me plan my attack, timing my other activities around the city based on the length of the line at the booth. I ended up getting a great seat to American Idiot without all the fuss. I even helped quite a few other people out in the line who were scratching their heads…after all, information is king!
    I look forward to downloading the update and making use of it on my next trip over.
    Can I do a shameless plug for a show I represent here (after all, I wouldn’t be a very good producer if I didn’t!). It’s called APOLLO 13: Mission Control, an interactive show that puts the audience in the hot seats, tasked with bringing the astronauts home. More info at – we are hoping to bring the show to the States, including New York in the very near future.
    Kia ora and thanks for the blog.
    Kind regards,
    Mark Westerby
    Producer + Event Manager
    WestMark Productions @ Cuba Creative

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