Monthly Archives: May 2013
April was a busy month for us! Not only did we have heaps to do and talk about after our trip to USITT, we were also running what we think is the world’s first online, integrated, inventory sharing pilot program. (Yay!)
‘But wait!’ (I hear you cry) ‘There are other sites where you can list your props or set for others to take!’ That’s absolutely true, and we think that’s fantastic. But what was different… Read more
The future of theatre depends on looking at not just what is going on at the time, but also considering how graduates will fair and contribute. There are times when every professional looks at the next generation coming behind them and asks themselves a few questions.
Do they have the skills I need?
Do they have the attitude I want?
Will they take my job?
Well, the last one is a forgone conclusion, in that,… Read more
We’ve been following Eric’s Prop Agenda blog for quite a while now, and highly recommend it. So we were excited to see that he was publishing a book. My first exposure to it was on my iPad, as it is available as a Kindle version from Amazon and I read it on the plane over to USITT. I enjoyed the book immensely on the iPad, but was thoroughly unprepared for the real thing. Let’s start… Read more