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  • Marketing Of Memphis Area Community Theatres
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    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...
  • Your Heart And Emotions In The Theatre
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    In the second chapter of his book "Towards a New Theatre", Robert Edmond Jones explains the loss of art in American theatre. Although American theatre puts on the best show, has beautiful sets, and can do a good job "faking it", what we [as American actors] are practicing is far from what theatre should be. Drama is all around us, Jones comments, but not in the theatre. Today's theatre is missing life and is terribly out of date, years behind our times. He attributes this lack of zest partially ...
  • 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...
  • Negro Units Of The Federal Theatre Project
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    Rachael Rice Humanities What Was The Federal Theatre Project? Throughout the late 1920's an important theatrical movement developed: The Workers' Theatre Movement. In the end, it diminished around the middle of the 1930's, and one of the developments aiding the decline of the Workers' Theatre Movement, was the creation of the Federal Theatre Project. The Federal Theatre Project was the largest and most motivated effort mounted by the Federal Government to organize and produce theater events. Onc...
  • Theatre Arts Class
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    2-27-03 Chairman Kelly and respected Senators, It is a privilege to talk to you today on behalf of theatre education. My name is Kirsten Pardon-Johansen. I teach theatre arts to first through fifth grades in the Orono Public School district and I teach future elementary teachers at Bethel College in Roseville, MN. I moved from the regular classroom where I taught third and fourth grade to the theatre specialist classroom when the standards dictated a need for such education. There, I created a c...

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