I’ve been talking a lot about virtual live events as of late. In fact, I’ve been beating the virtual drum louder than I did in 2015, when I streamed this show.
Over the past few weeks, I binge-watched a ton of online theater, analyzed what I like and what I didn’t, and spoke to experts about how to make them unique.
(I’m sharing what those experts said here, for those of you who, like me, see this as the future. Click here to learn.)
And now, on top of my weekly livestream of industry leaders, I’m ready to produce a few of my own.
You’re going to see me roll out a bunch of stuff over the next few days/weeks/months. I’m going to produce various events from concerts to in-home events, and I’m even going to produce some of my previous productions adapted for “at-home” theater-going (or should I say theater-staying?).
And now, I’m going to admit something. The scope of these events may seem a little random.
When I start new producing ventures, I do a lot of different stuff in a lot of different areas. First, because there’s something about each event that I want to see. And second, because the wider the range of shows I produce, the more I learn about what YOU want to see.
And nothing is more important than The Audience’s Perspective.
If you’re interested in what I’m going to produce online, then click here. We’re making an effort to save the e-environment and reduce unwanted emails, so THIS will be the only way to know what I’m up to in the Online Theater movement.
And if you want to learn how to produce your own virtual shows (and you should – because this movement is here to stay – even after theaters reopen), click here.