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In order to move the theatergoers maximally, Vondel himself needs to have a "brisk spirit" as well.
StageGrade users will continue to enjoy the trustworthy guide they have come to expect, with new innovations on the horizon to even more effectively match theatergoers to the shows they are most likely to enjoy.
Angelenos have many other activities available to them, so it's crucial that prospective theatergoers are intrigued enough to want to see your play rather than do something else.
The area around the escalator and stair landing is also the setting for a large bar, open to both theatergoers and the general public, where visitors will first notice the contrast in Dodger Stages between the new high-gloss finishes (such as plexiglass and stainless steel) and older, exposed textures.
ProLiance business partners helped raise $47,000 of those funds during a special performance of "A Christmas Carol" for ProLiance employees and business partners at the Indiana Repertory Theatre on Friday, in which theatergoers donated money and participated in a silent auction.
Supporters envisioned 135 to 175 performances each year, drawing 50,000 theatergoers to Antique Row.
It also permeates Blush, Wim Vandekybus' nearly two-hour, intermission-less 2001 work that had some theatergoers heading for the exits prematurely during its Los Angeles premiere.
Lucky Dos Angeles theatergoers have seen her brilliantly create and play Fern Magnin--a Beverly Hills gorgon who mangles The Glass Menagerie by playing the brassiest Laura ever--alongside her fellow Groundlings alums in Beverly Winwood Presents the Actor's Showcase.
Just steps away from the Broadway theaters and a multitude of Times Square entertainment venues, The Westin New York is the perfect choice for leisure travelers and theatergoers.
The League of American Theaters and Producers, the producers' trade association that sponsored and released the study, found that the greatest demographic increase on Broadway has been young people: E yen though the overall Broadway audience remains older, the number of theatergoers under the age of 18 has doubled in the last six years, from 500,000 in 1991, to 1.
Joseph Merrick, the 19th-centuryLondoner better know as the "Elephant Man,' may be remembered by medical historians and theatergoers as the unlucky victim of an unusual deformity.
Approximately 300 of Perry's live shows a year are seen by over 2,000,000 theatergoers.
By the time a child reaches the age of 7 or 8, however, parents who are theatergoers are often ready to start experimenting with more-sophisticated fare.
Such numbers ate, perhaps, the inevitable next step, now that theatergoers have become blase about swinging chandeliers and rising helicopters.
Now it's time to attract the straight theatergoers who are more interested in everything else the play has to offer.