The crowd goes wild for accessibility!
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One of the biggest challenges we and others face when trying to make anything on the internet more accessible is not knowing where to start…
The crowd goes wild for intergenerational storytelling
This week on Clubhouse (the app that’s now worth — cue our Dr. Evil impression — 1 Billion Dollars) we tackled intergenerational storytelling. On our minds: how can Boomers, Gen X, Millennials, and Gen Z come together to not only tell each other’s stories, but create the stories together as well, and leave nobody behind. Easy, right? 😅 We did not find all the answers, but we did start to pull at the thread and ask even more questions.
Here. We. Go.
Guest post from our sister company Broadway Unlocked the crowd goes wild
Thank you to everyone who joined us for our first-ever Clubhouse room — every Tuesday we talk all things technology and the future of theatre. We discovered Clubhouse a while back, and after weeks of sifting through “get rich quick”, “buy my course” and “I’m THE expert” conversations — if they could be called that — we decided to start a weekly show to invite people to connect, collaborate, and actually converse about things that need to be talked about. …
We believe that digital content has the ability to break down barriers to access, foster creativity, and to create magic. Countdown with us to our favorite content of 2020 that we think did exactly that!
Why we love it: This is how I imagine the first conversation about this going:
It’s just the right amount of strange, impressive, whimsical, and unexpected.
Why we love it: There is nothing quote like watching excellent dancers do their thing in the street. Pair the awesome choreography and design with super slick visual effects and we’re sold!
Top 3 coolest ways we played with technology to make our premiere party interactive AF, live (and generally badass).
MT Shorts’ High School Zoomsical (starring Frozen’s Ryann Redmond and Betches’ Kay Brown) was born out of a need to get creative during the lockdown. It is silly, heartfelt, star-studded, and the premiere was stuffed with nerdy tech tricks that made it stand out.
How did 29 artists from across the country come together to start a digital production company in the middle of a pandemic? A lot of Google Calendar invites, mostly.
I believe well-told stories change the world. It’s why I’ve been making theatre all my life. Why I branched out into writing, directing and producing as well. For the last decade, I’ve been increasingly inspired (and dare I say, obsessed?) by the ways in which technology empowers and increases our opportunities to tell those stories. …
Live events. Interactive Experiences. Endless Possibilities.