We all seem to have superstitious moments in life, and we have rituals to ensure things will go well. In the performance world, and more specifically the theatre world, superstitions may control your life. Perhaps one of the most well-known superstitions is saying “break a leg” to wish someone good luck. Let’s dive into the past and look at some origin stories for this phrase.
With the return to in-person rehearsals and live events slowly becoming visible on the horizon, you are probably already making some big plans. In part two of this five part series, we see how value-based pricing can reveal gaps in current strategies and help increase the value of events.
Over the course of dealing with the pandemic, you have probably seen lots of people doing a virtual choir. Maybe you thought about doing one or even been a part of one, but whether you decided to do one before the end of the pandemic or after it is over, they can still be a lot of fun. Watch Kohl Kitzmiller give you some tips on creating a virtual choir.
With the return to in-person rehearsals and live events slowly becoming visible on the horizon, you are probably already making some big plans. In part one of this five part series, we explore the basics of the value-based pricing strategy and how it stands apart from other strategies.
Learning to sight-read can be difficult, but the advantages of sight-reading make it all worth it in the end. Watch as Drew Wheaton explains the importance of learning to sight-read.