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  • Marketing Of Memphis Area Community Theatres
    3,654 words
    Table of Contents Page 1.0 Executive Summary 32.0 Situation Analysis 32.1 Overview 32.2 Current Market Situation 42.3 SWOT analysis 52.3. 1 Strengths 52.3. 2 Weaknesses 62.3. 3 Opportunities 72.3. 4 Threats 72.3. 5 Keys to success 83.0 Objectives 84.0 Marketing Strategy 94.1 Overview 94.2 Mission 94.3 Target segment 94.4 Positioning 104.5 Communication Program 105.0 Action Program 116.0 Expenses Forecast 127.0 Implementation Controls 131.0 Executive Summary The consortium of Memphis community th...
  • Theatre Entertainment
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    THEATRE Entertainment is a very important part of our existence, especially in our culture. Without entertainment, whether it is individual or with a group, humans could not stay sane, hence could not survive. There are many types of entertainment. Humans have been entertaining themselves in all sorts of different ways for thousands of years. As simple as playing with sticks and stones, and as complex as flying F-16 fighting jets; we need entertainment. The most popular form of entertainment tod...
  • Community Theatre Play Bran Nue Dae
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    The Community Theatre play Bran Nue Dae, into which Asian-aboriginal writer / composer /director Jimmy Chi incorporated his own life experiences of relationships, drugs and the law, abused indigenous land rights, self discovery and religion, achieved it's goal to express the message of aboriginal perspective of everyday social issues. This successful and effective production satisfies the goals of community theatre, giving the aboriginal people a voice through theatre and song, thus fulfilling C...
  • Boal's Work Around Forum Theatre
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    Brazilian Augusto Boal was raised in Rio de Janeiro. He was formally trained in chemical engineering and attended Columbia University in the late 1940's and early 1950's. Although his interest and participation in theatre began at an early age, it was just after he finished his doctorate at Columbia that he was asked to return to Brazil to work with the Arena Theatre in So Paulo. His work at the Arena Theatre led to his experimentation with new forms of theatre that would have an extraordinary i...
  • Directors Like Peter Brook
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    For theatre to survive, the world needs more directors like Peter Brook. Peter Brook is one of contemporary theatres greatest inventors. He is unique in comparison to other modern directors as he searches for 'the thing itself before it has been made anything. ' From the late 1950's through the 1960's, Brook repeatedly described himself as 'searching' and 'experimenting. ' This experimental phase of his career, with its questions about audience and abstraction, eventually led Brook to abandon co...
  • Savoy Theatre
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    During an interview on Landsburn's local radio station, 3 LB, the State Minister for the Arts, the Honourable Cyril Battersby, defended "the withdrawal of Government funding for the Savoy", arguing that "the money simply isn't there to go on pouring funds into the Savoy". Battersby attempts to portray himself as a man of the people, bemoaning the fact that he does not "spend enough time at the grass roots level" due to the "pressures of government business". These claims may evoke a sympathetic ...

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