Reading a play is one thing, but seeing it performed live is another. And while I believe one can get a lot out of reading one, more can be gained from seeing in person. If you’re feeling doubtful, let me cue up some recent research from the University of Arkansas. In a new stud
Hugh Jackman was on Good Morning America yesterday talking about his new Broadway play, The River. One of the interesting parts of the interview was about how his team and producer are making sure pricing allows anyone that wants to see the show will not have to worry about scalpers.
Here’s some support on the value of live experiences. Researchers from Yale University have shown that sharing an experience with another person intensifies the experience for both individuals. “We often think that what matters in social life is being together with others,
I’m not comics connoisseur. If you quizzed me on which characters belong in a Marvel or D.C. world, I’d have to call a lifeline help. What I do love, though, is interactive experiences. So maybe it’s time I start to figure out Iron Man from Aquaman, because The Marve
With its new project named Neo-Ticketing, The Firestation Centre for Arts & Culture wants to find out if it will sell more tickets, if guests will get better deals, and if artists will earn more. The project recently received a £122,877 (US$198,701) grant by the Digital R&D Fu