Two of our member venues have received Google Glass to experiment with in order to learn about the pros and cons of the technology when using it in a facility. We’ll be following their progress on the blog here and in FM magazine. The first blog post from the AT& T Performing Arts
The notable rise of eSports is sparking an entirely new content opportunity for venues of all types, as stadiums, convention centers, and everything in-between prove to be a potential host for the on-screen battles. Joining the mix is the new eSports Arena, the first venue in the U.S.
A new center in the Hebei province plans to help give musical theatre a boost when it opens in China. “With an investment of around 2 billion yuan (US$323 million) from the local government and Beijing-based production company Ovation Cultural Development, the operation covers a
Theatre performances engage many of your senses—sights, sounds, speeches. Smells, though, aren’t usually covered, unless the person sitting next to you is having a bad hygiene day. But maybe there’s a time and place for scents during a play. “I split up scent design
A recent study that looked at the effect of live cinema screenings of England’s National Theatre (NT) performances found that they have no negative impact on live attendance at theaters near the NT Live shows. In fact, in London there was a 6.4 percent increase in local theater