Author Topic: ARTICLE: Stage Managing Immersive, Site-Specific, and Participatory Theatre  (Read 2479 times)

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The next episode of my podcast talks about Site-Specific theater, too! Lots of stories from the Botanic Gardens...
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It's great to read about others who are working in these types of non-traditional environments (though in NYC, it feels like it's becoming traditional). I feel like working in an immersive production can really enhance one's view of how to read people(both patrons and performers) and create a whole new avenue of problem solving on a day to day basis. Along with being a really exciting experience.